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    Southern Pacific Daylight Poster 40 x 20

    This gorgeous poster was found in a local antique mall. It appears to me to be original, old framing materials and the paper has a mellow gold cast to it. Also the brown paper backing is very brittle and aged. Anyone have any information about this poster....? use in travel agency? station?
  2. No wires here

    No wires here

    "Portland & Western" 4449 switches out an industry on the former Oregon Electric.
  3. South-Bound to bend

    South-Bound to bend

    The Daylight rolls south past MP-7 of the Oregon Trunk Sub, leading excursion
  4. Daylight in Nightlight

    Daylight in Nightlight

    The SP 4449 rests at the Intermodel Station in Milwaukee before continuing it's journey west the following day.
  5. Headed for Home

    Headed for Home

    Fading afternoon light adds to the presence of the Daylight as it accelerates past MP-102 of BNSF's Fallbridge sub. The special had shortly before crossed the bridge over the Columbia river and exchanged conductors. They are on the home stretch now of the run back to Portland, after beginning...
  6. Classic Industrial Design

    Classic Industrial Design

    Every feature of the Daylight speaks volumes of its era.
  7. Night Photo Session Train Festival 2009

    Night Photo Session Train Festival 2009

    The SP #4449 has a slight problem enroute to the night photo session at Train Festival. A split switch caused the front axle of the pilot truck to derail. 3 hours later everything was OK
  8. Steam Trains in the Midwest

    Steam Trains in the Midwest

    SP #4449 departs Milwaukee, WI on August 3, 2009 crossing the Menonomee River with Miller Park in the background
  9. SP #4449 at Train Festival 2009

    SP #4449 at Train Festival 2009

    SP #4449 pulls an excursion southbound on July 23, 2009 for Train Festival 2009
  10. SP 4449

    SP 4449

    4449 passes under the new generic signals at Porter Junction. These recently replaced all the old NYC signals here.
  11. SP 4449

    SP 4449

    SP 4449 makes its way through downtown Chicago after cutting off its train.
  12. SP 4449

    SP 4449

    SP 4449 passes the historic water tower at Riverside, IL.
  13. SP 4449 east of Towal, WA

    SP 4449 east of Towal, WA

    A couple of miles east of Towal eastbound with a burned out mars light. The train had just passed the TWD and block signal.
  14. 4449 Through the Gorge

    4449 Through the Gorge

    Southern Pacific Daylight 4449 leads an excurtion train on it's way to Michigan.
  15. SP 4449 at Mocassin Creek

    SP 4449 at Mocassin Creek

    Southern Pacific 4449 crosses the creek at Mocassin, California in June of 1999. The Daylight 4-8-4 is heading home to Portland via the BNSF Gateway Sub.
  16. Heading home with the World's Fair Daylight

    Heading home with the World's Fair Daylight

    The return trip to Portland, OR continues with the departure from LAUPT of SP #4449 and the World's Fair Daylight, running as Tr.#99, along the east bank of the Los Angeles River in 1984.
  17. "Tough Guys" Movie Train - SP Coastline 1986

    "Tough Guys" Movie Train - SP Coastline 1986

    On a hazy overcast day, X4449 Daylight and the Tough Guys movie train are heading eastbound through Seacliff on the then Southern Pacific Coastline route for Los Angeles in 1986.
  18. Lake Oswego Daylight

    Lake Oswego Daylight

    SP "Daylight" #4449 heads through downtown Lake Oswego with two matching "daylight" passenger cars on its way to a car show in Sherwood on June 13, 2008.
  19. The Daylight at Work

    The Daylight at Work

    Southern Pacific 4449 makes up time as it glides down a hill.
  20. Tough Guys Through Santa Susana

    Tough Guys Through Santa Susana

    Southern Pacific GS-4 "Daylight", running as X4449, takes a sweeping curve eastbound through the rocks of Santa Susana Pass towards Los Angeles to take part in filming sequences for the movie "Tough Guys" in 1986.



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