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First Day of Amtrak Cascades Service



First Day of Amtrak Cascades Service Photos/
Photographs taken by Jim Hamre
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Train 750 approaching from the south before the Yelm Highway.
Train 750 getting closer.
Train 750 stopped at Centennial Station (Olympia-Lacey, WA).
Another view of train 750 stopped at Centennial Station.
Head end view of the F59PHI engine.
Consist view at King St. Station.
Pre-Boarding Activities. From Left: your internet director, WSDOT's Renee Zimmerman, Clarice Nakata-Hall (hidden) and "The Acapella-gos", a female singing group that looked vaguely enough like Canadian mounties.
Passengers Boarding the 753 Amtrak Cascades Inaugural (new equipment wise).
Passengers Boarding train 753.
Passenger stepping onboard train 753.
WashARP'ers Erik Griswold and Stephanie Weber in the dining car.
WashARP'er and railroad artist J. Craig Thrope and son signing artist prints.
Tacoma Passengers boarding Train 753.
Train 752 heading towards Tacoma Amtrak Station, looking towards the north.
Train 752 heading towards Tacoma Amtrak Station, looking towards the south.



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