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Super Fleet through Blue Cut

Santa Fe GP60M #160 leads an A-A-A-A set of red/silver warbonnet power on this eastbound TOFC train through Blue Cut in Cajon Pass in 1991.
Nice Shot! i like how you got the SP in the shot to
Thank you Joe. IIRC, I waited as long as I could to make the ATSF/SP combo possible. Probably more railfan luck though!
Amazing timing. Just a fantastic photo. I wish there was an 11 on the rating scale cause it deserves it.
Wow! Thanks Superchief3751 for the most generous compliment and rating. Always a favorite of mine from the Super Fleet heyday.
Thanks so much XX X B N S F XX. Those were great times in Cajon when the Super Fleet Red and Silver was in charge.

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