Here is another one of the structures in Santa Fe, the first building.
There was also stations constructed for the display. Here is a typical station along the C.& N.W.R.R. (The Chicago and Northwester Railroad) with a diesel engine display sitting on the siding.
The Pullman company was also represented at the fair. The company sponsored and built a large tower. Pullman was one of the premier railroad coach builders along with running the sleepers on many railroads.
Finally a nice over view of the fair. I still like the looks of flags flapping in the breeze.
Now on to some more equipment. This is once again dedicated to Richard from Viewliner, Ltd. Also please correct me if I make any mistakes on the equipment. The first is the observation car from the Golden Rocket. The train was to be a high speed train jointly operated by SP and Rock Island. The route would be from Chicago to Los Angeles.
A gorgeous shot of an EMD (Electromotive diesel) engine from Southern Pacific in its bright yellow livery.
And to show it was not just passenger cars, here is a nice freight car from the Burlington Route.
Also a historic combination car from the Cumberland Valley Railroad, circa 1890.
One of my favorite images is the back end of this observation car from the Milwaukee Road of their Hiawatha train set.