Motor Train #26 scoots along just south of Portales, New Mexico, en route from Carlsbad to Clovis. Trailing the motor is chair-observation #3197. Motor M.160 alternated with the M.190 on these trains. Today, the M.160 is on display in the Dallas, Texas, area. Trains 25 and 26 were discontinued on August 28, 1967.
The Santa Fe's warbonnet paint scheme on passenger diesel locomotives was one of the most iconic in railroading. It appealed to travelers and modellers alike, and helped brand Santa Fe all the way from Chicago to California and Texas.