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  1. 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
  2. Daylight P42

    Daylight P42

    SP 4449 heads home from the 2006 Bend excursion, with a now appropriately painted P42 in the consist. Seen here crossing the Willow Creek bridge near Madras Oregon.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. World's Fair Daylight Steams Home

    World's Fair Daylight Steams Home

    The World's Fair Daylight heads westbound for San Luis Obisbo as it passes through Callender on the SP Coastline running as #99 in June 1984.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Daylight at St. Cloud

    Daylight at St. Cloud

    The Western Star makes the curve at St. Cloud just west of Skamania, WA.
  10. Doubleheader West

    Doubleheader West

    Daylight-painted 4449 leads the NRHS Western Star across the Drano Lake causeway, returning to Portland.
  11. The littel boy has just had a bath...

    The littel boy has just had a bath...

    this is an ex GN steam heat car that is now used to aid in the heating proces sof heating the SP 4449, the SP&S 700, and hopefull yone day the OR&N 197 in Portland, OR.
  12. Salt Creek Bridge

    Salt Creek Bridge

    Southern Pacific 4-8-4 No.4449 leads a southbound excursion over Salt Creek, an arm of Lake Shasta in California, on its way to Railfair in Sacramento in 1991.
  13. Observation car

    Observation car

    yes, we even had a Daylight obs car




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