Train #98 the Coast Daylight at San Jose
Stopped at Tracy
On the Northwestern Pacific A Roger Puta Photograph
The San Joaquin Daylight. A Roger Puta Photograph
Amtrak No. 6 prepares to depart 16th Street Station in Oakland.
The conductor on the lead SP helper checks his consist to ensure everything is ok. The helper was added to help Amtrak's returning Fun Train to make it over Donner.
An F and an E bring SP’s westbound Train 1, “Sunset Limited,” to a passenger stop at Lake Charles, La. in the evening sunshine on Jan. 7, 1970 when the days were short. Unless they get swapped ... (more)
SP’s Train 2 “Sunset Limited” leaves Houston, Texas headed to Louisiana and final terminal New Orleans. FP7 6453 is assisted by a SDP45.
SP’s Train 12 “Cascade” left Eugene, Oregon five minutes ago before it picked up train orders at Burma where new CTC signals were being installed. It’s now 6:20 a.m. and the Alco PA’s have 121 mo... (more)
Three Alco PA’s rush SP’s first section of Train 11, “Cascade,” past Canby where it met Extra 5349 in the siding, 25 miles out of Portland, Ore., on April 11, 1964. Tomorrow the train will reach ... (more)
Amtrak train number one, the "Sunset Limited" was passing through Sierra Blanca, TX.
SP SDP45 3201 on the point of No. 98, the southbound Coast Daylight, as the train arrives in Palo Alto in August 1970. The 3201 still has the L-shaped engineer's windshield. Kodachrome-X
SP SDP45 3209 with F7B 8127 and 8109 passing Santa Clara with a 10-car Coast Daylight TR. 99 with mainly Sunset Limited cars going to San Francisco for cleaning. Kodachrome II
Special round trip LA to Bakersfield & return