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A list of key readings about San Diegan.
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  • Anonymous (May 20, 1940). " 'Empire Builder' Hill's Grandson Builds a Jounceless Railroad Car". LIFE Magazine 8 (21): 41-42.
  • Donaldson, Stephen E. and William A. Myers (1990). Rails through the Orange Groves, Volume Two. Trans-Anglo Books, Glendale, CA. ISBN 0-87046-094-3. 
  • Duke, Donald (1995). Santa Fe: The Railroad Gateway to the American West, Volume One. Golden West Books, San Marino, CA. ISBN 0-87095-110-6. 
  • Duke, Donald (1997). Santa Fe: The Railroad Gateway to the American West, Volume Two. Golden West Books, San Marino, CA. ISBN 0-87095-110-6. 
  • Frailey, Fred W. (1974). A Quarter Century of Santa Fe Consists. RPC Publications, Godfrey, IL. 
  • Joplin, Loren B. (2000). "Bad Night at Redondo Junction." The Warbonnet 6 (2) 8–10.
  • Joplin, Loren P. (1999). "Santa Fe Wrecks 1942–1970." The Warbonnet 5 (2) 21–22.
  • Jordan, Keith. (2004). "Santa Fe's Surf Line, 1940." Trains 64 (8) 64–69.
  • Jordan, Keith. (1996a). "The Surf Line 1940–1950." The Warbonnet 2 (2) 4–24.
  • Jordan, Keith. (1996b). "The Surf Line Part II: 1950–1965." The Warbonnet 2 (4) 11–24.
  • Strein, Robert, et al (2001). Santa Fe: The Chief Way. New Mexico Magazine. ISBN 0-937206-71-7. 
  • Wayner, Robert J., ed. (1972). Car Names, Numbers and Consists. Wayner Publications, New York, NY. 
  • Zimmerman, Karl (1987). Santa Fe Streamliners: The Chiefs and Their Tribesman. Quadrant Press, Inc., New York, NY. ISBN 0-915276-41-0.