The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was one the USA's most beloved railroads until its merger into the BNSF railway. The incredibly varied scenery that it passed through, as well as its sharp-looking locomotive fleet captivated not only railroad enthusiasts, but the general public as well.
Come along for the ride as this presentation shows you the Santa Fe from Chicago to Los Angeles. This footage was shot just prior to the merger, and you will see the modern AT&SF just as you remember it, with solid sets of Warbonnet locomotives painted in red and silver, as well as those in the older yellow and blue paint scheme. Be treated to a variety of photo locations that showcase the varied and outstanding scenery that the railroad passed through.
Some of the places visited include Joliet Union Station, Curtis Hill, Abo Canyon, Crozier Canyon, Kingman Canyon, and Cajon Pass. All this and much more as the Santa Fe passes through Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.