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Date: 11/21/20 08:35
Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: 3rdswitch

.   .   .   in MAY '73, ALCO 2381 was in the shop area at Barstow, CA, for service.
JB




Date: 11/21/20 08:57
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: gcm

A very clean unit.
Great shot.
Gary



Date: 11/21/20 09:20
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: refarkas

Well done.
Bob



Date: 11/21/20 11:25
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: PossumKing

Beautiful colors. And the alco snout squeezing in.... 🐴

thanks for the view!



Date: 11/21/20 11:30
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: Evan_Werkema

This is the S-2 that became part of the Santa Fe locomotive collection that went to the California State Railroad Museum in 1986.  After being stripped of valuable metals, it was deaccessioned in 2007 and sent on a flatcar to the Pacific Southwest Railway Musuem in Campo, CA:

https://www.psrm.org/trains/diesel/atsf-2381/
https://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?1,1423940
https://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?1,1595469
https://www.trainorders.com/discussion/read.php?11,2383501,2383769#2383769



Date: 11/21/20 14:56
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: spider1319

I forgot about the canvas  awnings.Thanks for posting.Biull Webb 



Date: 11/21/20 18:21
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: SCKP187

Very nice--S2 switch engines were my favorite end cab unit
Brian Stevens



Date: 11/22/20 05:24
Re: Switcher Saturday, Santa Fe . . .
Author: texchief1

Nice shot, JB!

RC Lundgren



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