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Nostalgia & History > When they were new, Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW's on Cajon
Date: 01/06/06 20:35
When they were new, Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW's on Cajon
Here's one from the famous Summit, CA overlook in Cajon Pass (that every railfan in the country has probably shot from), taken October 25, 1990. Two recently delivered Dash 8-40BW's lead an eastbound intermodal train around the curve into Summit. According to the Qstation.org website, the 523 leading was delivered earlier that same month.
Thanks for looking,
Date: 01/06/06 21:17
Excellent photo, Rich. I sure do love those Warbonnets! I have to say that the Warbonnet is the only paint scheme that invokes a sense of pride, professionalism and speed all rolled into one. May the remaining few soldier on!
Date: 01/09/06 12:45
Re: Warbonnet Strength!
Agreed, that was a very very great paint scheme!