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The Super Chief was one of the named passenger trains and the flagship of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. It claimed to be "The Train of the Stars" because of the celebrities it carried between Chicago, Illinois, and Los Angeles, California. The Super Chief (Nos. 17 & 18) was the first Diesel-powered, all-Pullman sleeping car train in America, and it eclipsed the Chief as Santa Fe's standard bearer. ~ Wikipedia.
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Milwaukee Road, Hiawatha rail coach. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Dome_(railcar) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympian_Hiawatha

Milwaukee Road, Hiawatha rail coach. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Dome_(railcar) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympian_Hiawatha

Spectacular: With more than 3,000ft of railway track, this display is thought to be the largest indoor model railway in Britain. Above, the Japanese section of the track

Spectacular: With more than 3,000ft of railway track, this display is thought to be the largest indoor model railway in Britain. Above, the Japanese section of the track

https://flic.kr/p/AxgGXo | As Long as it Says "Santa Fe" | An SD75 delivered to BNSF prepares to depart California, southeast of Needles.

https://flic.kr/p/AxgGXo | As Long as it Says "Santa Fe" | An SD75 delivered to BNSF prepares to depart California, southeast of Needles.

https://flic.kr/p/SPkjUA | Santa Fe Yellow & Blue at Cosnino Cut | A five pack of Santa Fe blue & yellow motors pull a heavy westbound manifest freight through Cosnino, Airzona on Sept. 30, 1990.

https://flic.kr/p/SPkjUA | Santa Fe Yellow & Blue at Cosnino Cut | A five pack of Santa Fe blue & yellow motors pull a heavy westbound manifest freight through Cosnino, Airzona on Sept. 30, 1990.

RailPictures.Net Photo: SP 8377 Southern Pacific Railroad EMD SD40T-2 at Draper, Utah by James Belmont

RailPictures.Net Photo: SP 8377 Southern Pacific Railroad EMD SD40T-2 at Draper, Utah by James Belmont

Close-up of an upper-quadrant semaphore signal. Perhaps the most classic of all railroad signals, the semaphore, came into general use in the 1860's. This type, based on an ancient form of communication that used a moveable "arm" or "blade," soon became by far the most common signal. Various signal indications were conveyed by setting the blade in different positions. The problem of night visibility was addressed by using lamps in conjunction with the blade. Semaphores were constructed with…

Close-up of an upper-quadrant semaphore signal. Perhaps the most classic of all railroad signals, the semaphore, came into general use in the 1860's. This type, based on an ancient form of communication that used a moveable "arm" or "blade," soon became by far the most common signal. Various signal indications were conveyed by setting the blade in different positions. The problem of night visibility was addressed by using lamps in conjunction with the blade. Semaphores were constructed with…

https://flic.kr/p/SxDsN5 | BNSF 7799 Monochrome | Christie California on the Stockton Sub

https://flic.kr/p/SxDsN5 | BNSF 7799 Monochrome | Christie California on the Stockton Sub

https://flic.kr/p/SGE7pT | Santa Fe GP35 No. 2818 At San Bernardino

https://flic.kr/p/SGE7pT | Santa Fe GP35 No. 2818 At San Bernardino

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