Amtrak 406 sits in Los Angeles Union Station on the 40th Anniversary train, with Santa Fe 3751 in the background, and a new platform being built in the foreground.
ATSF 3751 and the Silver Solarium were out for display at the National Train Day event at Los Angeles Union Station.
ATSF 3751 and a Railway Express truck were on display at L. A. Union Station for National Train Day.
Advertising posters of Amtrak's past line the wall of the exhibit train.
Santa Fe's pair of leased MK1200G Liquified Natural Gas units sat in front of the LA Hobart Yard "ramp" office waiting their next chore
Amtrak engine 761, one of a couple of GP's that Amtrak kept at the Redondo Jct facility for switching, rests between assignments at the facility.
You may not believe it, but you are looking at a genuine World War II war machine. Three foot narrow gauge Combine No. 36 (built circa 1900 by the railroad, weighing 11.5 tons, and 42' 10" long) c... (more)
Southern Pacific No. 1273 is a 0-6-0 switcher that interestingly was built in the railroads own Sacrament Shops in 1921. It has 20 x 26 cylinders, 57" drivers, is 62' 2" long and weight 76.5 tons.... (more)
Santa Maria Valley No. 1000 was built in 1920 by American Locomotive Company for the Hetch Hetchy Railroad #4. This 2-8-2 Mikado has 20 x 28 cylinders, 48-inch drivers, weighs 88 tons and has an o... (more)
Now just getting started on the day's run, Santa Fe 3751 passes under the Marengo Street bridge bound for San Bernardino for the Railroad Days being held at the beautifully restored Santa Fe depot... (more)
3751 backs along the LA River.
ATSF 3751 backs out of LAUPT after a run from San Bernardino.
There isn't much here to give away the year as 2013 rather than 1948, other than the Santa Fe logo and safety slogan on the turntable being a bit too worn. Santa Fe 3751 takes a spin on the turnt... (more)
Santa Fe #3751 basks in the morning sunlight before departing Los Angeles with a San Bernardino Railroad Days-bound excursion train.
Santa Fe 4-8-4 3751 has one of its two air pumps mounted below the cab on the firemans side. This image shows the pump at work as 3751 prepares to depart from LAUPT.