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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?
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...
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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