Surrounded by diesel locomotives in primer paint, Santa Fe 5394 shows off the brand new "Kodachrome" paint scheme for the proposed Santa Fe - Southern Pacific merger.
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, is nearing the summit on Cajon Pass. The train made many stops on its way up the pass in order to allow the S... (more)
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, heads east up Cajon Pass. This was the first revenue run for the 5394, which has the white letters. The let... (more)
DAVIS OK Aug 23 1985 -- ATSF SD45u 5394 was the first Santa Fe unit to be painted in the proposed SPSF paint scheme. It was painted in this experimental scheme with white lettering instead of yell... (more)
A New Face for the Santa FeSanta Fe SD45 5394 was the first locomotive painted in the "Kodachrome" scheme for the ill-fated Southern Pacific Santa Fe merger. When original... (more)
Specially painted kodachrome 5394, which is sporting white lettering, yellowbonnet 5400, and kodachrome 5401 rest in San Bernardino yard. Later in the day, these three locomotives would lead a de... (more)
Twenty five years ago the Kodachrome paint scheme was already a curiosity. I've seen worse paint schemes.
You didn't often see this many Kodachromes together. The locations have changed over the years. I don't think the campground has been there for years. This was either the last day I was ever th... (more)
Santa Fe SD45 5394 (ex-5597) is the first engine to be painted in the Southern Pacific Santa Fe "Kodachrome" merger scheme. It differs from the final scheme with white lettering, four fingers on ... (more)
Santa Fe SD45 5394 was the first locomotive painted in the "Kodachrome" scheme for the ill-fated Southern Pacific Santa Fe merger. When originally painted, this unit had white lettering and more ... (more)
First unit in "Kodachrome" Paint. The white lettering disappeared after this unit.