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Date: 01/11/07 08:18
More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

Still more from the Archives of Bernard Levine

#1 2099 Barstow 1966

#2 Barstow 1966

#3 2394 San Bernardino 1966








Date: 01/11/07 08:18
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

#4 1610 Kansas City 1966

#5 3016/3019 Kansas City 1966






Date: 01/11/07 08:20
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

#6 944 Summit 7-66

#7 2693 Summit 7-66 Helper on 944

#8 2693 Summit 7-66








Date: 01/11/07 08:21
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

#9-10-11 1709 Keenbrook 5-68








Date: 01/11/07 08:22
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

#12 710 Summit 5-68

#13 2764 Colton Tower 2-66

#14 1700 San Bernardino 1966








Date: 01/11/07 11:06
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: ats90mph

What year did they put the CTC in?



Date: 01/11/07 15:28
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: Evan_Werkema

SP6190 Wrote:

> #2 Barstow 1966

Can you read the road number on the rightmost RSD-5 in this shot?

Thanks for all the vintage ATSF!



Date: 01/11/07 15:52
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: bnsfbob

ats90mph Wrote:
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> What year did they put the CTC in?

About 1972.

Bob



Date: 01/11/07 17:55
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: 90mac

WOW!!!
That ATSF 1709 is GREAT!!!
You can smell the smoke and feel the ground shake in that series of photos!!!
It leaves little for the imagination.
TAH



Date: 01/11/07 18:53
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: SP6190

If you mean the set of two at Barstow, they are the 2131 and 2141.



Date: 01/11/07 23:29
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: topper

Evan_Werkema Wrote:
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> Can you read the road number on the rightmost
> RSD-5 in this shot?

SP6190 Wrote:
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> If you mean the set of two at Barstow, they are
> the 2131 and 2141.

Uh, oh. That creates a problem for the Great Dynamic Brake Debate of 2007, eh Evan?



Date: 01/12/07 00:49
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: 90mac

I see that the ATSF 2099 was built as ALCo RS2 DEMO #1600.
TAH



Date: 01/12/07 00:57
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: topper

90mac Wrote:
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> I see that the ATSF 2099 was built as ALCo RS2
> DEMO #1600.


Right. Then sold to the Santa Fe as their 2110. Renumbered to 2099 to make room for the RSD-5s.

It had dual controls and a steam generator.



Date: 01/12/07 16:18
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: ProAmtrak

Awsome pics of the old Santa Fe back before I was born! Wish I was born in the 60s or 50s instead of the 70s!



Date: 04/13/17 06:58
Re: More Old Santa Fe
Author: hotrail

And interesting to see the pics of old Keenbrook.  I know where it is but I have never driven over there, on account of there is nothing left and there is not an especially great view compared to other spots in Cajon pass.  So it is interesting to see the station sign and some of the infrastructure that was there.



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