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Date: 01/15/22 15:39
more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: GreenFlag

On 3-2-94 the Cushenbury Turn is passing through San Bernardino on an especially clear, winter day. At this time, the A Yard was being removed for the future intermodal yard and the shops had already been closed.
Second photo of the 3435 west at Summit in December 1977.
Next one of 5328 leading a westbound around the loop (Walong) on a gloomy 4-17-88.








Date: 01/15/22 15:42
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: GreenFlag

Fourth photo at Pittsburg, CA on 3-8-94.
Next GP60M 149 is leading the 189 train westbound through Bagdad on the Needles Sub on 4-20-93.
Last one of SD40 5016 on an eastbound at Bealville with a couple of pooled UP units the 9308 and 6269 on 8-4-93.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 01/15/22 15:45 by GreenFlag.








Date: 01/15/22 16:56
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: jgilmore

Great bunch...

JG



Date: 01/15/22 18:00
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: Ritzville

Very NICE series!!

Larry



Date: 01/15/22 18:07
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: phthithu

Really great set. I like that PIttsburg shot.  



Date: 01/15/22 19:02
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: Conch

Great variety in these excellent images.

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Date: 01/15/22 19:29
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: Espee1001

Great shots!
Randy

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Date: 01/16/22 06:18
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: texchief1

Nice shots!!!

RC Lundgren
Elgin, TX



Date: 01/16/22 06:48
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: atsf121

Great series, I really liked that San Bernardino shot, surprised to see a caboose in ‘94. And I liked the Pittsburg shot, I spent lots of time expiring around there but never got any good photos of the depot.

Nathan

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Date: 01/16/22 08:41
Re: more Saturday Santa Fe
Author: exhaustED

Really great shots, isn't the one at Bagdad eastbound though?



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