Our SP Steam show begins with 1930’s black and white footage in the Tehachapi range which includes riding in the cab of a cab forward, number 4100. Then we enjoy some color and black and white footage of ferries in the San Francisco Bay then ride the famous Coast Daylight from Los Angeles toward San Francisco, including some meets, and a helper over Cuesta Grade. We move to the Sierra Nevada and see mainly Cab Forwards in pusher service with Black Widow F-units up front. There is a wide variety of action in the Bay Area including Oakland, Oakland Mole Station, West Oakland diamond, engine service area, and San Francisco, where we ride a train to Los Gatos, and see other action. At West Oakland Roundhouse we see the now famous GS4 4-8-4 number 4449 in “Warbaby” black livery without the skirts. The Siskiyou Line which splits from the mainline at Black Butte and we ride trains 327 and 328 in this mountain region. Our final segment is a parade of trains and transportation for the celebration opening the Los Angeles Union Passenger Station in 1939. There are Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and Santa Fe locomotives.
Southern Pacific Steam Variety
Southern Pacific had a great variety of locomotives and this show covers from the 1930’s to the end of steam in the late 1950’s.
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