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Looking for memorabillia

Does anyone know of a source for Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad memorabilla and gift items - specifically engineer's coveralls and cap with official logos for a 1 to 2 year old little boy?

His great-grandfather worked for Santa Fe for thirty years and I'm in the process of building a replica of one of the trains as a gift for the little guy. Sure would like to have the uniform to go with it!

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. (All I could find on Google were places to get posters.)

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Hi, William!

Try this site.


I have shown only a few selected articles that anyone can buy at railroad meets, etc. for very reasonable prices.

So railroad meets could be a source.

A time table is for sale at:


Check this one out.


Santa Fe "The Railroad" Booklet. This 1962 edition is in excellent shape and has wonderful pictures and maps

And this,,, (have a lighted sign)


Railroad museum in NM (maybe they could advise you)


Look here..




Didn't see any coveralls, but it's a start!

You might also ask around at flea markets.

Good luck!

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Hi, William.

Some less than authentic stuff can be had at search on "Santa Fe." There's a railroad museum here in Galveston in the old Santa Fe HQ building. They have a gift shop, but no decent web site. Phone number is (409)765-5700.

Hope this helps! -- Dave K, Speakeasy Moderator
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Thank you all for the great references! I'll start looking at them and hopefully will find what I'm looking for.

Thanks again

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