In 1990, the Danish shipping company Mærsk contracted with the Santa Fe Railway to paint one of their new GP60M locomotives into a special paint scheme to be used for filming footage for promotion... (more)
A trio of former Santa Fe Geeps leads a Q-train through Streator, IL. Tom Golden photo.
Santa Fe GP60M #146 was painted in the Maersk scheme and given a matching set of containers for use in a promotional film.
Wearing the scheme for less than a month Santa Fe 146 has just arrived Hobart yard off train QNYLA painted in a special MAERSK scheme for publicitiy work between Los Angeles and Cajon Pass. I beli... (more)
special photo shoot at Santa Fe Hobart yard in August '90 prior to running photo train for MAERSK shipping
special MAERSK painted for publicity purposes
The hills are a brilliant green after a long winter of rain, as an A-B-A set of power heads west through Franklin Canyon. The hill I am standing on is now in the middle of the WB lanes of Hwy 4.
A Maersk Shippers special for the Santa Fe heads upgrade past Blue Cut for a photo Op in Cajon Pass. ATS&f GP60M '146' recieved a 'one shot' paint job for the occasion.
Santa Fe GP60M 146 was decorated in this sharp looking Maersk scheme for use in a Maersk promotional film.
Santa Fe 146, specially painted for a Maersk promo film, heads east up Cajon Pass, meeting a westbound Union Pacific freight at Cajon.
ATSF GP60M 146, painted for Maersk for use in a publicity film, passes under the natural overpass at Frost, CA, on August 13, 1990.
Santa Fe GP60M 146, painted for the filming of a Maersk PR film, Mojave River Narrows, Victorville, CA on August 13, 1990.
Santa Fe GP60M 146, painted for the filming of a Maersk PR film, Summit, Cajon Pass, CA on August 13, 1990.