Santa Fe Kodachrome merger unit 5026 leads a train westbound into the yard at San Bernardino.
Santa Fe Kodachrome 1564 leads the Harbor Train through the yard in San Bernardino. This train had all sorts of problems due to the old Kaiser Steel slag cars that were being shipped to China. A... (more)
Wet and heavy snow blowing sideways never makes for a good day to be doing ground work (or trying to keep your lens dry). Here a Proctor Roadswitch arrives with a train of ore empties from Duluth ... (more)
One of three. Found in the Santa Fe yard in San Bernardino, California, was an unusual visitor – Waycar 999639. In 1969, Santa Fe rebuilt just three cabooses (what the Santa Fe called Way... (more)
Switching Santa Fe's A Yard in San Bernardino, California, in the 1940s is 0-8-0 614. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1901 as AT&SF 2-6-0 614, the engine was rebuilt into an 0-8-0 by the rai... (more)
Switching A Yard in San Bernardino is Santa Fe 1962, one of the railroad's many Consolidations. Photographed by an unknown photographer in what appears to be the 1940s, 2-8-0 1962 was built by Ba... (more)
A Santa Fe side-door wooden caboose was photographed in San Bernardino, California, by an unknown photographer in what appears to be the 1940s.
Early morning light highlights the pleasing symmetry of the ladder tracks at Proctor as a loaded ore train arrives from Minorca.
With 7402 leading 7400 and 7401, Santa Fe's three B39-8s, the only three built, roll the 1-198-22, the hottest Chicago to Los Angeles train, past the A Yard. The train will continue on to Los Ang... (more)
The engineer on BNSF Railway's California Division Christmas Train watches as the passengers are loaded. Soon the 8 car passenger special will depart San Bernardino and head to Summit, at the top... (more)
I got a shot of this beautiful machine on my very last trip to San Berdoo.
Boy, when Santa Fe did a rebuild they left no doubt.
Here's a closeup of all that distinctive sheet metal work. I think I know the purpose of everything but that little squarish section of the snow hood just behind the cab.
This was one of the few I ever saw that had not been rebuilt in SSB-1200 by ATSF.