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Lone Wolf and Santa Fe Railroad
 

Locomotive Roster for the Lone Wolf and Santa Fe Railroad

A trio of General Electric Locomotives flies through the foothillsAll freight locomotives are part of the motor pool and are assigned trains based on the car card system's supply and demand.  The main job listed below is only their primary job.  Units from BNSF and Santa Fe, Union Pacific and Southern Pacific head up lashes of trains for their respective railroads.  (The Southern Pacific and Union Pacific has trackage rights through the pass).  Additional helper units are assigned to each train based on the trains requirements.  If the UP needs additional power and there are BNSF units available they use them and vise versa.
Santa Fe locomotive number 3571
   Wolf Mountain is one mean hill and there is never enough muscle available with out helpers and pushers.  East bound trains always require more power to get up the hill.  West bound trains don't need as much because it is downhill most of the way and what grade there is is, is nothing compared to the east bound side which climbs the 4,000 foot step, up from the Pacific Plate to the North American Plate, making it one of the steepest main line passes in the nation.
Santa Fe 3700 is still going stong after many years of service
   Because of gear ratios and other differences, powered locomotives are only run with other powered locomotives from the same brand or dummy units.  The Athearn loco's are nicely detailed with after-market parts and are very dependable and economic.  The Atlas locomotives are vintage late 1970's but can still be found new in the box on the internet.  They run great at very slow speeds, much slower than the Athearn's.  They make the best locos for switching urban areas where driving slow looks so cool.  The Walther's units are a good cross between the other two.  They look great and run great.  I don't know why nobody else has them.
Southern Pacific locomotive 7151 pushes the Fruit Salad Express
   All locomotives have Kadee couples.  Most have #5's.  Units with snowplows have #26's in the front.  Some units requires under or over set shanks.  Use the height gauge to check proper height.  I have tried some other brands of couplers and use them on rolling stock sometimes, however the plastic couplers don't last long mounted on the locomotives due to the tougher stresses that locomotives encounter during switching etc.
    All locomotives are in some stage of being super detailed and weathered.  Standard details are M.U.'s, snow plows, radio antennas and sun visors.  Other details on some units include grab irons, air conditioners, and of course the crew.  Handrails are painted and mounded grab irons are highlighted with a line of the proper color.  Air intakes and exhaust are weathered.  Older locomotives are weathered with more dirt, rust, and grime, etc., see rolling stock page for weathering techniques.

The San Bernardino Historic Society owns and operates this beautifully restored 4-8-4 Northern steam engine. In it's hay day it used to pull the fastest passenger trains between Chicago and Los Angeles, then saw many years of service as a helper on the pass. Now it is used for rail days festivities pulling luxury passenger cars once again.
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PASSENGER LOCOMOTIVES   
Owner Number Make Model Livery Manufacturer Main Job
Amtrak  Amtrak #2 AMD103
2
G.E. AMD-103 Phase IV  Athearn Southwest Chief
Chicago to
Los Angeles
Amtrak Amtrak #32 AMD103
32
G.E. AMD-103 Phase IV Athearn Southwest Chief
Chicago to
Los Angeles
Amtrak 123 EMD F7 Phase I Atlas Coast Starlight
Metrolink

Metrolink 800 Walthers F40PH

800

EMD F40PH Blue Line Walthers IE/OC Line
San Bernardino to
San Clamente
Metrolink Metrolink locomotive 885
885
EMD F59PHI Blue Line Athearn IE/OC Line
San Bernardino to
San Clamente
San Bernardino Historic Society Santa Fe 3781 steam locomotiveThe crew waves to the tourists
The cab is packed with Historic Society membersOil Tender for oil burning stream locomotives
3781
ALCO 4-8-4 Northern Black Bachmann

Excursions

Rail Days 
and other
Tourist Events

FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVES
Cargil Cargill GP 7 Devore
305
EMD GP7
Remote Controlled
Industrial Unit
White Athearn Cargill Flour Mill
Chicago North Western 8804 G.E. AC4400 Operation Lifesaver Athearn Bridge Traffic
Cotton Belt 8356 EMD SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Denver Rio Grande Western
5378
G.E. SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Speed Lettering Athearn Bridge Traffic
Santa Fe Santa Fe 5903
5903
EMD F45 Blue Bonnet Athearn Fast Freight
Santa Fe Santa Fe 5950 is in a lash of helpers
5950
EMD F45 Blue Bonnet Athearn Fast Freight
Santa Fe  Santa Fe 3571
3571
EMD GP 38-2 Blue Bonnet Athearn High Desert Local
Santa Fe  Santa Fe 3700Santa Fe GP 40
3700
EMD GP 40 Blue Bonnet Atlas Valley Local
Santa Fe 3700 EMD GP 40 Blue Bonnet Atlas Valley Local
Santa Fe 3814 EMD GP 50 Blue Bonnet Athearn High Desert Local
Santa Fe Santa Fe SD 9 number 2963Santa Fe locomotive at loading dock
2963
EMD SD 9 Blue Bonnet Athearn Helper 
Santa Fe 5036 EMD SD40-2 Blue Bonnet Athearn Fast Freight
Santa Fe  Santa Fe 5068Santa Fe SD 40 in the High DesertSanta Fe SD 40 going up the pass
5068
EMD SD40-2 Kodachrome Athearn Fast Freight 
Santa Fe  5072 EMD SD40-2 Blue Bonnet Athearn Fast Freight

BNSF Santa Fe

BF Santa Fe locomotive number 517
517
G.E. B40-8W War Bonnet Walthers Hot Shot
BNSF Santa Fe Santa Fe 533
533
G.E. B40-8W War Bonnet Walthers Hot Shot
Santa Fe Santa Fe 555Santa Fe Locomotive 555
555
G.E. B40-8W War Bonnet Walthers Hot Shot
Santa Fe Santa Fe 601
601
G.E. C44-9W War Bonnet Athearn Hot Shot
Santa Fe 611 G.E. C44-9W War Bonnet Athearn Hot Shot
Santa Fe 690 G.E. C44-9W War Bonnet Athearn Hot Shot
BNSF Santa Fe 986 G.E. C44-9W Heritage Athearn Hot Shot
Santa Fe Santa Fe 6308
6308
G.E. U33B Blue Athearn Fast Freight
Santa Fe Santa Fe 8517
8517
G.E. U33C Blue Athearn Way Freight
Santa Fe  Santa Fe 8731
8731
G.E. U36C Blue Bonnet Athearn Way Freight 
Southern Pacific 3034 ALCO Trainmaster Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 4823 EMD GP38-2 Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 4825 EMD GP38-2 Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 7948 EMD GP40-2 Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific 8287
8287
EMD SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 8326 EMD SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 8352 EMD SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific 8382 EMD SD40T-2
Tunnel Motor
Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific Cow SwitcherSouthern Pacific SW 7 Cow Switcher
2,286
EMD SW7 Cow Bloody Nose Athearn Interchange
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific Calf and CowSouthern Pacific Calf and Cow
No no.
EMD SW7 Calf Bloody Nose Athearn Interchange
Southern Pacific 8102 G.E. C44-9W Speed Lettering Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific 8125
8125
G.E. C44-9W Speed Lettering Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific8170
8170
G.E. C44-9W Speed Lettering Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific 7151
7151
G.E. U28C Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Southern Pacific Southern Pacific locomotive 7154
7154
G.E. U28C Bloody Nose Athearn Bridge Traffic
Union Pacific  3288 EMD SD40-2 
Snoot
Union Yellow Athearn Bridge Traffic
Union Pacific 3291 EMD SD40-2
Snoot
Union Yellow Athearn Bridge Traffic
Union Pacific

Union Pacific 2802

2802

G.E. U28C Union Yellow Athearn Bridge Traffic
Union Pacific 2918 G.E. U36C Union Yellow Athearn Bridge Traffic
Union Pacific 2943
G.E. U36C Union Yellow Athearn Bridge Traffic

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