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Owner: Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe
Model:EMD F7ABuilt As:ATSF 309 (F7A)
Serial Number:9610Order No:6114
Frame Number:6114-A4Built:5/1950
Notes:blt 5/50 as ATSF 309, reblt to CF7 2420
Other locos with this serial:  ATSF 328(F7A) ATSF 2420(CF7)
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ATSF 328
Title:  ATSF 328
Description:  (date approximate)
Photo Date:  7/15/1958  Upload Date: 6/29/2007 5:57:54 PM
Location:  Argentine, KS
Author:  mark mcdowell
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  859   Comments: 1
AT&SF 328L
Title:  AT&SF 328L
Description:  I wrote this caption: "This lash up is a ABBBB set of F7s shown at the Grand Canyon Station with the seasonal train called the Grand Canyon in July 1962. This train made a nocturnal round trip (69 mi.one-way) to the mainline at Williams Jct. (home of the current Grand Canyon Ry, note the mainline has moved north about 1/2 mile) to make connections and exchanging through cars." Then Art Burton corrected it: "The photo of the Santa Fe train you posted in the Grand Canyon was not the seasonal train. This photo must be a special tour train. My dad was a Pullman Porter on the Grand Canyon Limited sleeper that went into the Canyon. I was actually with him at the age of 12 in July of 1962 on a trip. The usual train at that time was a train consisting of a GP diesel with the Pullman cars, one eastbound and one westbound, one or two chair cars and a baggage car. This train was put together at Williams Junction. To see a long train with as many passenger road engines in the consist, lets you know that was a special tour train."
Photo Date:  7/12/1962  Upload Date: 10/25/2006 12:23:31 AM
Location:  Grand Canyon, AZ
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  1820   Comments: 3
AT&SF 328 F7A in 1962
Title:  AT&SF 328 F7A in 1962
Description:  I wrote this caption: "This lash up is a ABBBB set of F7s shown at the Grand Canyon Station with the seasonal train called the Grand Canyon in July 1962. This train made a nocturnal round trip (69 mi.one-way) to the mainline at Williams Jct. (home of the current Grand Canyon Ry, note the mainline has moved north about 1/2 mile) to make connections and exchanging through cars." Then Art Burton corrected it: "The photo of the Santa Fe train you posted in the Grand Canyon was not the seasonal train. This photo must be a special tour train. My dad was a Pullman Porter on the Grand Canyon Limited sleeper that went into the Canyon. I was actually with him at the age of 12 in July of 1962 on a trip. The usual train at that time was a train consisting of a GP diesel with the Pullman cars, one eastbound and one westbound, one or two chair cars and a baggage car. This train was put together at Williams Junction. To see a long train with as many passenger road engines in the consist, lets you know that was a special tour train."
Photo Date:  7/19/1962  Upload Date: 10/25/2006 12:23:32 AM
Location:  Grand Canyon, AZ
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  1543   Comments: 2
ATSF 328
Title:  ATSF 328
Description:  This should be Amtrak train #16, the Texas Chief, about to cross the Rock Island at Joliet. ATSF 328 was originally ATSF 309, later rebuilt to CF7 ATSF 2420. Date of photo approximate.
Photo Date:  8/23/1971  Upload Date: 9/6/2015 1:41:14 PM
Location:  Joliet, IL
Author:  Mike Woodruff
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  149   Comments: 0
ATSF F7a 328
Title:  ATSF F7a 328
Description:  Date, Photographer & Location unknown
Photo Date:  1/1/1974  Upload Date: 11/5/2017 3:47:59 PM
Location:  Denver, CO
Author: 
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  158   Comments: 1
ATSF 328
Title:  ATSF 328
Description:  PURCELL OK April 1974 -- ATSF F7A 328 has just passed under the bridge connecting Purcell and Lexington. In1889 this area hosted theRun of 89 when people on horseback, on wagons or even on foot made a run for choice land parcels.
Photo Date:  4/1/1974  Upload Date: 7/12/2011 4:46:18 PM
Location:  Purcell, OK
Author:  Charles Stookey
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  2712   Comments: 9
ATSF 328
Title:  ATSF 328
Description: 
Photo Date:  11/17/1976  Upload Date: 6/25/2018 8:18:24 PM
Location:  Pueblo, CO
Author:  Bruce D Barrett
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Locomotives:  ATSF 328(F7A)
Views:  74   Comments: 1


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