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Date: 11/27/12 09:04
few Santa Fe 45's . . .
Author: 3rdswitch

. . a few more slides out of storage of nothing but Santa Fe F and SD 45's in various service;
top: a trio of SD45's bring a westbound train into Victorville, CA on Santa Fe's First District 5-73.
middle: a pair of SD45's led a pair of F45' eastbound through Daggett, CA with the Super C on the Needles District 5-73.
bottom: a trio of SD45's were working as helpers on the joint DRGW-UP-Santa Fe Utah to Kaiser Steel in Fontana, CA coal train at Hesperia, CA on Santa Fe's First District 5-75.
JB



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/12 10:34 by 3rdswitch.








Date: 11/27/12 10:36
Re: few Santa Fe 45's . . .
Author: 3rdswitch

. . . for those interested here is the head end of the coal train the Santa Fe helpers are pushing making for a massive six SD45 powered train.
JB



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/12 10:36 by 3rdswitch.




Date: 11/27/12 10:40
Re: few Santa Fe 45's . . .
Author: RplusLJetService

Good times...Great railroad.

Adam



Date: 11/27/12 10:55
Re: few Santa Fe 45's . . .
Author: coach

RplusLJetService Wrote:
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> Good times...Great railroad.
>
> Adam


Those last 2 photos are great: SD-45's from all 3 RR's involved in that train movement! You won't see that anymore.



Date: 11/27/12 15:57
Re: few Santa Fe 45's . . .
Author: Super_C

And I can remember when those were brand new off the floor at EMD. And all the Santa Fe units were in the 1800s! Another bunch of good stuff, JB. Keep them coming!

JCL



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