Santa Fe

ATSF 1503 ALCo S4
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF) 1503 is an Alco S4 working in Stockton, CA on Sunday, October 6, 1974.

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ATSF locomotives 1-3799

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ATSF 287C, EMD F9A

Reportedly ATSF 287C was built in 1956 by EMD as a model F9A, builders number 21140. It was rebuilt in 1977 and became CF7 2441. Reportedly it was sold and became WATX 4 and was subsquently resold to Chevron. Current status not known presumed scrapped.
ATSF 287C in Barstow
ATSF 287C F9A in Barstow, CA on Friday, March 30, 1973, apparently on its way to the San Bernardino shops.
ATSF 347C EMD F7A
347C is an F7A built as 39C, later 306B for Amtrak lease. This locomotive was donated to California State Railroad Museum along with 347B. The 347B is an F3B built as 35A, later 307B for Amtrak lease.
  • In June 2003 I was on a bicycle tour called the Sierra to the Sea. The tour passed through Sacramento. On Tuesday, June 17, 2003 ATSF F7A 347C was parked with F3B 347B outside the California State Railroad Museum on Front St., in Sacramento, CA. It is parked on dual gauge street trackage.
    Nose Side Angle | A&B units | A Unit Closer | Headon showing dual gauge track.
    Nikon E2000 Digital Image: 2004021603.100 | 2004021603.101 | 2004021603.102 | 2004021603.103

ATSF 1139 Baldwin 2-6-2, 1050 Class

According to good sources, ATSF 1139 was built in 1903 by Baldwin as a 2-6-2 Prarie, builders number 21506, ATSF 1050 class, 4-cyl. Vauclain compounds, simpled 1910-22.
ATSF 1139 in Dodge City
ATSF Prarie 1139 sits on display at the Boot Hill Museum, Dodge City, KS, in the afternoon of Friday, June 28, 2019.

ATSF 1503, ALCo S4

ATSF 1503 is an Alco S4. Reportedly ATSF 1503 was built in 1951 by ALCo as a model S4, builders number 78770.
The disposition of this locomotive is: sold 1978 and became Lone Star Steel 38.
ATSF 1503 in Stockton, CA
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF) 1503 is an Alco S4 working in Stockton, CA on Sunday, October 6, 1974.

ATSF 1524, ALCo S4

ATSF 1524 is an Alco S4. Reportedly ATSF 1524 was built in 1952 by ALCo as a model S4, builders number 79813.
The disposition of this locomotive is: retired in 1977 and became Lone Star Steel 21B.
ATSF 1524 in Stockton, CA
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF) 1524 is an ALCo S4 waiting for work in Stockton, CA on Sunday, October 6, 1974.
ATSF 2329 Alco S2
ATSF S2 2329 in 1973 at Pittsburg, CA.
Image 2009110601.8, Photo Location Map
ATSF 2942 EMD GP35
ATSF GP35 2942 leads a consist of GP35s, GP30s and GP39-2s on the point of a westbound at Walong, CA. May 14, 1989. Other engines identified here include the 2765, 2700 and the 3447.
Kodachrome Slide 890071, Scan 2010091901_002
ATSF 3326 EMD GP35
On an unrecorded day in 1974 ATSF GP35 3326 is all decked out in pinstripes at Port Chicago.
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ATSF 3424 Baldwin 4-6-2, 3400 Class

According to good sources, ATSF 3424 was built in 1921 by Baldwin as a 4-6-2 Pacific, builders number 54952, ATSF 3400 class. Converted from coal to oil fueling September 1941. Retired from service July 1953. Donated to the City of Kinsley KS on June 7, 1956.
ATSF 3424 in Kinsley, KS
ATSF Pacific 3424 sits on display in Kinsley, KS, in the evening of Friday, June 28, 2019.

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