Santa Fe Red Warbonnets and other Delights

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The Santa Fe Railway is the main star in this compilation of 8 & 16mm home color movie film of steam and diesel action from the 1940s & 50s. You’ll see lots of warbonnet F-units, as many as six at a time, powering famous passenger trains.

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The Santa Fe Railway is the main star in this compilation of 8 & 16mm home movie films digitized, edited and brought to DVD. This is rare color film of steam and diesel action from the 1940s & 50s. You’ll see lots of red warbonnet F-units, as many as six at a time, powering passenger the ATSF’s famous passenger trains.

We will also get to see the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and Denver & Rio Grande Western. A special treat is the first freight run of Santa Fe ft unit #100. Also on the DVD is a short publicity film by the Santa Fe to promote its passenger trains. Filmed in 1954, “Bobby takes a Train Trip” shows the Santa Fe Super Chief.

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2 reviews for Santa Fe Red Warbonnets and other Delights

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    T.A.R.

    WHAT A GREAT FILM ABOUT THE SANTA FE RAILWAY SYSTEM FROM WAY BACK WHEN. THIS WAS A GRAND OLD RAILWAY SYSTEM AND IN ALL THEIR BEAUTY. LUXURY TRAVEL AT ITS BEST. SHOT ON 8 AND 16 MM FILM FROM THE 40’S AND 50’S AND ALL IN COLOR. SEE IT IN IT ORIGINAL WARBONNET PAIN SCHEME, YOU EVEN GET TO SEE 6 OF THEM IN ACTION. SEE A SHORT PROMO FILM THAT PROMOTES IT PASSENGER TRAINS IN THE 1950’S. LOTS OF IN YOUR FACE ACTION AND GREAT SCENERY AS WELL. 5 STARS AND 50 MINUTES LONG.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mike

    The Super Chief is without a doubt one of the most awe inspiring and luxurious train experiences there ever was. With the War Bonnet paint scheme, it rivals none as the most beautiful of all the diesel locomotives ever produced in the United States. A must have for all rail fan enthusi

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