SANTA FE HISTORY

This section contains information on the history of the Santa Fe including employee recollections.  Click on icons to view documents.

A Branchline Comes of Age     Cattle, Sod and Empire: Wichita and Southwestern Railway

Colmor: The Cutoff that was Cutoff  Crossties and Grapenuts: Garza County, Texas

Gulf and Interstate: The Populist Railroad   Little Office on the Prairie: A Discourse Upon Portable Towns, Commuter Trains and Mr. Batman

 

Muleshoe, Texas     Plains Division: Fifth District, Slaton - Sweetwater

Skids, Skinners and the Shattuck Branch   Southern Kansas Heritage

The Railroad through Spur   Tracking the Divide: The Deliberation as to a Route Coice Across Scurry County, Texas

 

Southwestern Spoke: Lubbock, Texas     Rememberances of Delbert "D. K." Spencer Santa Fe Career 1944 to 1986   Santa Fe Railway 1950's Era   Early Texas railroads and the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe

Below are transcriptions of Time Books for Frank Post, LA Division –

Time Book of Frank Post - 1951     Time Book of Frank Post - 1952  Time Book of Frank Post - 1953  Time Book of Frank Post - 1956

Santa Fe in the 1960s   Kansas circa 1869 - 70