Union Pacific ES44AC's left in Southern Pacific livery..?

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Re: Union Pacific ES44AC's left in Southern Pacific livery..

Postby UP 7076 » Tue Oct 24, 2017 6:10 pm

A little bump to the thread. Would appear still 41 examples left in the scheme still so going strong for now by all means :-)
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Re: Union Pacific ES44AC's left in Southern Pacific livery..

Postby John_Perkowski » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:47 am

NorthWest wrote:The line through Vegas is the old LA&SL. The Overland Route is traditionally the Omaha-San Francisco route through Ogden that the LA&SL is a feeder of.
Palm Springs is around 4 hours from Vegas, but pretty close to Cajon and Los Angeles which may have cheaper flights.


If you look at PTTs in the late 50s'/60s (to the end of passenger service), UP used the "Overland Route" as its nickname!
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