Arguably the most famous railroad in the world and perhaps the most recognized livery ever applied to a locomotive, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF).
ATSF began taking delivery of passenger F7's in A-B-B-A lash-ups in September 1949. The initial order of locomotives, designated 37-Class, were delivered with 36" dynamic brakes and horizontal grilles, and were numbered 37LABC through 41LABC
Free Roam: San Bernardino in Winter
Pick a train by clicking on it, then explore the route
Down on the 300
Starting at the summit, make a descent down the Cajon Pass to arrive at San Bernardino.
You are driving an F7 in the Warbonnet silver and red livery in the creation of a promotional video for the reintroduction of the livery to freight locomotives.
Warbonnet on Loan
This preserved F7 in Warbonnet livery is touring the United States and featuring on the Castle Rock Railroad for the week. Drive a passenger service the length of the line.
Routes Featuring the Warbonnet;
Barstow to San Bernardino
37-Class passenger F-Units - 37LABC through 47LABC + 48A
300-Class passenger F-Units - 300LAB through 316LAB
28 separate and highly detailed models with animated parts
Both early and late 36" and 48" dynamic brake fans versions