RailPictures.Net Photo: AMTK 555 Amtrak EMD SDP40F at San Luis Obispo, California by Craig Walker
 
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» Amtrak (more..)
» EMD SDP40F (more..)
» SP Los Angeles Division, Coast District 
» San Luis Obispo, California, USA (more..)
» July 01, 1974
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» AMTK 555 (more..)
» AMTK 14 (more..)
» Craig Walker (more..)
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Amtrak train 14, the northbound ("westbound" on the Southern Pacific’s Los Angeles Division) makes it stop in San Luis Obispo as it makes its way from Los Angeles to Seattle. A pair of recently-delivered SDP40F diesels lead this 13-car (at least) train: AMTK 555 (nearly 3 months old) and 582 (almost two months old). (San Luis Obispo, California – July 1, 1974)
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