Southern Pacific


Sad to say, but it's getting harder to find the old warhorses from the Southern Pacific anymore. These old machines are now part of the Union Pacific and will be losing the familar red & grey Bloody Nose paint they've worn for years. As a direct result of that, there will be some mixing of UP and SP photos. I will classify them according the primary subject in the picture.


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A fairly common sight since the UP takeover.


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