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  1. 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.
  2. Here Comes The Daylight!

    Here Comes The Daylight!

    The World's Fair Daylight departs Santa Barbara with Southern Pacific Daylight #4449 in charge of the westbound special. March 21, 1937 marked the inaugural run of the westbound Coast Daylight, Train #99. June 19, 1984 marked the final "unofficial" run of Train #99.
  3. World's Fair Daylight at Callender

    World's Fair Daylight at Callender

    The World's Fair Daylight heads westbound for San Luis Obisbo as it passes through Callender on the SP Coastline running as #99 on June 19, 1984.
  4. 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.
  5. World's Fair Daylight Portland Bound!

    World's Fair Daylight Portland Bound!

    Southern Pacific Daylight #4449 in all her Lima glory and running as Train #99 blasts through Glendale pulling the World's Fair Daylight on the return trip to Portland in June 1984.
  6. Colorado State Fair Train

    Colorado State Fair Train

    With the 844 on the lead and the D&RGW heritage unit to help.And this fine UP car to tie it all up.Man what a fine train.
  7. First run of The Colorado State Fair Express

    First run of The Colorado State Fair Express

    This we Hope this to be a yearly Event from here on.
  8. Conquering Vincent

    Conquering Vincent

    After a dramatic struggle to conquer the 2.4% eastbound grade over Vincent Summit on the Mojave Sub's Saugus Line, #4449 and the World's Fair Daylight continue the journey to Los Angeles' LAUPT on May 12, 1984.
  9. Coast Daylight - #99 Departs Santa Barbara

    Coast Daylight - #99 Departs Santa Barbara

    The World's Fair Daylight departs Santa Barbara with Southern Pacific Daylight #4449 in charge of the westbound special. March 21, 1937 marked the inaugural run of the westbound Coast Daylight, Train #99. June 19, 1984 marked the final "unofficial" run of Train #99.
  10. Daylight at Sunset - LAUPT

    Daylight at Sunset - LAUPT

    Southern Pacific GS-4 "Daylight" #4449 is spotted on LAUPT's Track #5 after a busy day's run to Los Angeles pulling the World's Fair Daylight excursion train on May 12, 1984.
  11. Observing the Daylight!

    Observing the Daylight!

    Bringing up the markers in Southern Pacific style, the neon glow of "Daylight" on the Appekunny Mountain observation car of the World's Fair Daylight is seen as the special races westbound through the open pastures at Callender on the SP Coastline in 1984.
  12. World's Fair Daylight approaching Tehachapi

    World's Fair Daylight approaching Tehachapi

    With the assistance of Daylight-painted #7399/#7342, #4449 Daylight leads Train 1-52 into the town of Tehachapi on May 12, 1984.
  13. Daylight at Sunset - LAUPT

    Daylight at Sunset - LAUPT

    Southern Pacific GS-4 "Daylight" #4449 is spotted on LAUPT's Track #5 after a busy day's run to Los Angeles pulling the World's Fair Daylight excursion train on May 12, 1984.
  14. 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.
  15. Last Day Out

    Last Day Out

    On the last day of its marathon trip for the Louisiana Worlds Fair, SP 4449 performs a photo runby at Calimus, OR
  16. World's Fair Daylight heading for New Orleans

    World's Fair Daylight heading for New Orleans

    Southern Pacific Daylight #4449 in all her Lima glory departs LAUPT pulling the World's Fair Daylight under Signal Bridge 2 for the run east to New Orleans in May 1984.
  17. World's Fair Daylight heading for New Orleans

    World's Fair Daylight heading for New Orleans

    Southern Pacific Daylight #4449 departs LAUPT pulling the World's Fair Daylight under Signal Bridge 2 for the run east to New Orleans in May 1984.
  18. 1-52 World's Fair Daylight through Tulare, CA

    1-52 World's Fair Daylight through Tulare, CA

    Southern Pacific #4449, running as Tr.1-52, blasts eastbound through Tulare on the morning of May 12, 1984 with the World's Fair Daylight. Next stop, Bakersfield to pick up a pair of helpers in Daylight colors for the climb over the Tehachapis.
  19. 1-52 World's Fair Daylight through Tulare, CA

    1-52 World's Fair Daylight through Tulare, CA

    Southern Pacific #4449, running as Tr.1-52, blasts eastbound through Tulare on the morning of May 12, 1984 with the World's Fair Daylight. Next stop, Bakersfield to pick up a pair of helpers in Daylight colors for the climb over the Tehachapis.
  20. Blasting Out of Mojave

    Blasting Out of Mojave

    Southern Pacific Daylight #4449, minus the helpers that provided assistance over the Tehachapis, leads the World's Fair Daylight eastbound out of Mojave on the original SP route to the City of the Angels for an early evening arrival at LAUPT in 1984.



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