Bill Gibson, a lifelong Santa Fe employee, began taking color slides of his company in 1955. Bills photographs chronicle the last of steam and the transition from first-generation to second-generation diesels. While his photographic work covered most of the vast Santa Fe system, his principle efforts were in his home state of Kansas.
Steam Power, pp. 4-19;
Motor Cars, pp. 20-24;
Rail Diesel Cars, pp. 25-27;
EMD E-units, pp. 28-35;
ALCO PA-PB units, pp. 36-40;
Fairbanks-Morse Passenger Units, pg. 41;
EMD F-units (Passenger), pp. 42-59;
EMD FT, F-3, F-7, F-9 Freight Units, pp. 60-69;
EMD GP-7, GP-9 Road-Switchers, pp. 70-80;
ALCO-GE and F-M Road-Switchers, pp. 81-89;
Yard Switchers, pp. 90-97;
Second-Generation Road-Switchers, pp. 98-115;
Stations and Structures, pp. 116-120;
Potourri, pp. 121-127;
Farewell, pg. 128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.