Pacific RailNews
October 1965 Edition

Magazine Summary

An awful head-on collision between two trains of the Oro-Dam Constructors Railroad killed four crew members and left and awful wave of destruction.

Progress on the projected Puddingstone Park three-foot gauge steam railroad in Southern California has hit some major hurdles.

Trains #182 and #186 were on the last Key train over the Bay Bridge to end the Bridge Railway service.

After 11 long months, the Interstate commerce Commission finally handed down its decision on the railroad’s request to discontinue passenger trains #126 and #141.

Five old museum trolley cars wen up for auction to the highest bidder.

The Great Northern Railway announced a #35 million capital improvement purchase program that will include 1,260 new freight cars and 20 new locomotives.

The Feather River Railway is no using ex-Oregon, Pacific & Eastern 101 in place of #102 on the line’s five day a week freight.