SP daylight unit 7399 east is stopped at the summit of Cajon Pass at Hiland. A dead head crew is walking back to climb aboard the 2nd unit for the trip down Cajon Pass to the West Colton yard.
The Worlds Fair Daylight heads across the Tehachapi Valley on its way to New Orleans, LA. All three of SP's "Daylight" painted locomotives are on the point of this special passenger train that ori... (more)
Specially painted set of diesel locomotives scene here leading GS4 steamer SP 4449 into Mojave for its journey to New Orleans, LA and the Worlds Fair.
On SP westbound waiting for #2 (Sunset) at Crosby. This line, now UP, is now directional running westbound.
Southern Pacific SD45 7399 (ex-8837) -- it's second road number and third paint scheme (delivered in red and scarlet, then painted in Daylight red and orange for a time).
On May 12, 1984, Southern Pacific SD45E 7399 (ex-SD45 8837) and SD40E 7342 (ex-SD40 8470) rest in Mojave after assisting SP GS-4 4-8-4 4449, on its way to Los Angeles, over the Tehachapi Mountains... (more)
A clean SP unit.
SP painted SD45 7399 and SD40 7342 in this "popsicle" scheme variation to serve as helpers for 4449, shown here on the "Louisiana World's Fair Daylight" trip in 1984. Kodachrome 64, Minolta X-700... (more)