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First Santa Fe Warbonnet (editor's title)

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Front of Santa Fe streamlined locomotive
A foreshortened portrait of one of the Santa Fe Railway's early streamlined diesel locomotives, lit by full sun. The locomotive was designed as part of the Super Chief, "a name world-famous as a synonym with de luxe and speedy travel," according to Beebe. He took the photograph for his book, "Highliners: A Railroad Album" (1940), that emphasized railroad drama. Santa Fe's streamliner, known as the Super Chief, ran between Chicago and Los Angeles.
Source California State Railroad Museum
Coverage Spatial, La Junta, Colorado; Temporal, c. 1938
Rights California State Railroad Museum
Date Created c1938
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Extent Not available
Depicted Railroad
Location La Junta, Colorado
Collection Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg Collection
Institution
Train Name Super Chief
Image ID Negative BC-1010
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