https://flic.kr/p/cP7m8s | Better Blue Than Yellow Bonnet | Santa Fe's eastbound 198 train, the Super C, is about to hammer the diamonds at Colton, CA on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1972. Repainted FP45 5943, leads an F45 and another repainted FP45 in this view shot on Ektacolor film.
FP45 climbing Edelstein Hill - A westbound Santa Fe freight climbs Edelstein Hill around Houlihan’s Curve west of Chillicothe, Illinois, at 3:30 p.m. on the afternoon of August 20, 1988. The lead locomotive is an EMD FP45 that was built in December 1967 and originally numbered 100, hauling Santa Fe’s crack passenger trains. She even hauled the first record-breaking-speed Super C piggyback train from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1968.