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Talgo Pictures - Amtrak Cascades MT. Hood in Vancouver, WA area.
Photographs taken by Robert Franz Quillin.
These are actual pictures - Do not click to get larger versions.
|Back end of the Mt. Hood Talgo Consist.|
|A side view of an Amtrak Cascades Engine and the power car.|
|A side view of the Mt. Hood Consist.|
|Another side view of the Mt. Hood Consist.|
|Another end view of the consist. Note the "bat wings."|
|A front view of the F59PHI engine.|
Talgo Pictures - Amtrak Cascades MT. Hood Inaugural on November 30th.
Photographs taken by Jim Hamre
Click on a picture (thumbnail) to view a larger picture
|Banner Breaking Ceremony at King St. Station prior to departure.|
|View of the Mt. Hood "Bat-Wings".|
|Lloyd Flem, WashARP Executive Director MCing the Centralia Ceremony.|
|View of the consist, at Portland's Union Station.|
|View of the consist, rounding the curve after crossing the Steel Bridge in Portland.|
View of the GPS System, relaying current time, estimated arrival time,
next station stop and outside temperature.
|View of the dining car, with food provided to the VIP riders.|
View of the Bistro car. WashARP members Rocky Shay and Stephanie Weber
are visible in this photo.
|Bicycle racks are in use in the baggage car.|
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