Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Valley Division
The Valley Division of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway ran from San Francisco to Barstow in California. It is now part of the BNSF Railway's Stockton Subdivision and Bakersfield Subdivision.
The Valley Division and Los Angeles Division were merged into the "California Division" in 1988.
However, by 1995 it had been recreated an contained four subdivisions:
- Bakersfield (Bakersfield to Calwa);
- Stockton (Calwa to Richmond);
- Riverbank (Riverbank to Oakdale);
- Sunset Railway (Gosford to Taft); and most of a fifth,
- Mojave (Hutt to Bakersfield, with trackage rights on Southern Pacific's Tahachapi line).
Fresno Interurban District: In the Fresno area, a spur known as the Fresno Interurban District ran from Fresno to the east. The stations on that spur were Hammond, Cincotta, Bartonette, Cameo, Burness, Fairview, Big Bunch, Zediker, Riverbend, Elk, and Belmont Ave. The Tulare Valley Railroad acquired the tracks from Hammond to Cameo around 1992.
Laton and Western Railroad: South of Frenso, a line from Laton west to Lanare was constructed from 1910-12. An abandonment application for the line, approximately 17.56 miles, was filed in 1980. Other stations on the spur, running west from Laton, were Shirley, Gepford, and Shilling.
- Santa Fe Salute Part 2, Daylight Productions (video), Retrieved 23 February 2021
- System Timetable No. 5. Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company. 16 April 1996.
- Laton District