Twenty-four hours at Supai Summit

On May 23, 1996, Santa Fe train P-CHLA1-21, a 5,338-ton, 7,133-foot train, at Supai Summit in northern Arizona.
John C. Lucas
Have you read Fred W. Frailey's October 2017 "Commentary," "24 hours at Supai Summit?" He spills all of the details of a 1996 visit to Kaibab National Forest 4 miles east of Williams, Ariz., to examine and photography Santa Fe Railroad activity during a 24-hour span. Read the entire November 1996 article by downloading the PDF below.
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