Rolling Stock

The rolling stock pictured here are of historical significance or are somewhat unusual.  For full rolling stock coverage, see the Society’s rolling stock series of  books.

Passenger Cars.  Here  are four photos  of sleeping cars that  were in Santa Fe service.

Pulman Vaqueros (12-1 sleeping car) in Santa Fe service.
Pullman El Narvaez (10 Sec-observation) built for the California Limited and de-Luxe in 1913.







Pullman Silver City (3-2 lounge-opservation built in 1924 for the California Limited).
Pullman Cimarron Valley (6-6-4 sleeping car when new in 1941).









Freight Cars.  Unless otherwise noted, the freight cars in this section are builder’s or company photos that are part of the Temple Archives.

ATSF 138082 (Bx-27) New in April 1937.
ATSF 274199 (Bx-48) newly built at Pullman-Standard in Michigan City, Indiana, on October 22, 1948.










ATSF 36350 (Bx-Z) newly built at Haskel and Baker in Michigan City, Indiana in 1915.
ATSF 14814 (Bx-81) new at Topeka Shops in May 1960.









ATSF 91965 (Ft-U) at General American Plant in East Chicago, Indiania, in April 1941.
ATSF 170600 (Ga-20 drop bottom gondola) at Standard Steel plant in Butler, PA in June 1029.









SFRD 7359 (Rr-38 class refrigerator car) at Consolidated Steel’s Los Angeles plant in August 1945.
ATSf 28001 (Sk-5 class single deck stock car) converted from Bx-3 and Bx-6 box cars at Cleburne Shops in October 1952.









Maintenance of Way Equipment. The photos in this section are all from the Lee Clerico collection in the Temple Archives.

ATSF 3646 (GP39-2) is pushing a Jordan spreader at work east of Pritchet, CO, on October 25, 1983.  David Stevenson photo.
ATSF 199905 (weed Sprayer Car) at Topeka on August 8, 1948.  Ray Hilner photo.