A Ferrovia – Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway

16 de março de 2017 0 Por Prado Trens

A Ferrovia Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway

A Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF), freqüentemente abreviada como Santa Fe, foi uma das maiores companhias ferroviárias da história dos Estados Unidos da América. A companhia foi licenciada em fevereiro de 1859.
A Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway encerrou oficialmente suas operações em 31 de dezembro de 1995, ocasião da sua fusão com a Burlington Northern Railroad, formando a Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway.

Ferrovias predecessoras, subsidiárias e linhas alugadas
• California, Arizona and Santa Fe Railway (1911-1963)
• Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway (1892-1911)
• Arizona and California Railway (1903-1905)
• Bradshaw Mountain Railroad (1902-1912)
• Prescott and Eastern Railroad (1897-1911)
• Phoenix and Eastern Railroad (1895-1908)
• California Southern Railroad (1880-1906)
• Grand Canyon Railway (1901-1942)
• Santa Fe and Grand Canyon Railroad (1897-1901)
• Minkler Southern Railway Company (1913-1992?)
• New Mexico and Arizona Railroad (1882-1897)
• New Mexico and Southern Pacific Railroad Company (1878-?)
• Santa Fe Pacific Railroad (1897-1902)
• Atlantic and Pacific Railroad (1880-1897)
• Sonora Railway
• Verde Valley Railway (1913-1942)
• Western Arizona Railway (1906-1931)
• Arizona and Utah Railway (1899-1933)

Presidentes
Presidentes da Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway:
• Cyrus K. Holliday: 1860–1863
• Samuel C. Pomeroy: 1863–1868
• William F. Nast: September 1868
• Henry C. Lord: 1868–1869
• Henry Keyes: 1869–1870
• Ginery Twichell: 1870–1873
• Henry Strong: 1873–1874
• Thomas Nickerson: 1874–1880
• T. Jefferson Coolidge: 1880–1881
• William Barstow Strong: 1881–1889
• Allen Manvel: 1889–1893
• Joseph Reinhart: 1893–1894
• Aldace F. Walker: 1894–1895
• Edward Payson Ripley: 1896–1920
• William Benson Storey: 1920–1933
• Samuel T. Bledsoe: 1933–1939
• Edward J. Engel: 1939–1944
• Fred G. Gurley: 1944–1958
• Ernest S. Marsh: 1958–1967
• John Shedd Reed: 1967–1986
• W. John Swartz: 1986–1988
• Mike Haverty: 1989–1991
• Robert Krebs: 1991–1995

Trens regulares
A Santa Fe operou os seguintes trens batizados em linhas regulares:
• The Angel: São Francisco, Califórnia — Los Angeles, Califórnia — San Diego, Califórnia
• The Angelo: San Angelo, Texas — Fort Worth, Texas
• The Antelope: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — Kansas City, Missouri
• Atlantic Express: Los Angeles, Califórnia — Kansas City, Missouri
• California Express: Chicago, Illinois — Kansas City, Missouri — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• California Fast Mail: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia — São Francisco, Califórnia
• California Limited: Chicago, Illinois — São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles)
• California Special: Los Angeles, Califórnia — Clovis, Novo México
• Cavern: Clovis, Novo México — Carlsbad, Novo México (conectado com o Scout)
• Centennial State: Denver, Colorado — Chicago, Illinois
• Central Texas Express: Sweetwater, Texas — Lubbock, Texas
• Chicagoan: Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• Chicago Express: Newton, Kansas — Chicago, Illinois
• Chicago Fast Mail: São Francisco, Califórnia — Los Angeles, Califórnia — Chicago, Illinois
• Chicago-Kansas City Flyer: Chicago, Illinois — Kansas City, Missouri
• The Chief: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• Eastern Express: Lubbock, Texas — Amarillo, Texas

Um anúncio em um vagão do El Capitan. Março de 1943.
• El Capitan: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• El Pasoan: El Paso, Texas — Albuquerque, Novo México
• El Tovar: Los Angeles, Califórnia — Chicago, Illinois (via Belen)
• Fargo Fast Mail/Express: Belen, Novo México — Amarillo, Texas — Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• Fast Fifteen: Newton, Kansas — Galveston, Texas
• Fast Mail Express: São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles) — Chicago, Illinois
• Golden Gate: Oakland, Califórnia — Bakersfield, Califórnia
• Grand Canyon Limited: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• The Hopi: Los Angeles, Califórnia — Chicago, Illinois
• Kansas Cityan: Chicago, Illinois — Kansas City, Missouri
• Kansas City Chief: Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• Los Angeles Express: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• The Missionary: São Francisco, Califórnia — Belen, Novo México — Amarillo, Texas — Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• Navajo: Chicago, Illinois — São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles)
• Oil Flyer: Kansas City, Missouri — Tulsa, Oklahoma
• Overland Limited: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• Phoenix Express: Los Angeles, Califórnia — Phoenix, Arizona
• The Ranger: Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• The Saint: San Diego, Califórnia — Los Angeles, Califórnia — São Francisco, Califórnia
• San Diegan: Los Angeles, Califórnia — San Diego, Califórnia
• San Francisco Chief: São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles) — Chicago, Illinois
• San Francisco Express: Chicago, Illinois — São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles)
• Santa Fe de Luxe: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia — São Francisco, Califórnia
• Santa Fe Eight: Belen, Novo México — Amarillo, Texas — Kansas City, Missouri — Chicago, Illinois
• The Scout: Chicago, Illinois — São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles)
• South Plains Express: Sweetwater, Texas — Lubbock, Texas
• Super Chief: Chicago, Illinois — Los Angeles, Califórnia
• The Texan: Houston, Texas — New Orleans, Louisiana
• Texas Chief: Galveston, Texas — Chicago, Illinois
• Tourist Flyer: Chicago, Illinois — São Francisco, Califórnia (via Los Angeles)
• The Tulsan: Tulsa, Oklahoma — Kansas City, Missouri
• Valley Flyer: Oakland, Califórnia — Bakersfield, Califórnia
• West Texas Express: Amarillo, Texas — Lubbock, Texas
Ligações externas
• BNSF Railway Página oficial
• California State Railway Museum Página oficial
• Russell Crump’s Santa Fe Archives — História da ferrovia
• Locomotivas preservadas da Santa Fe
• Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society Página oficial

Fonte: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atchison,_Topeka_and_Santa_Fe_Railway

Data: 16/03/2017