Pacific RailNews
November 1966

Magazine Summary

Turning back the clock with steam in the Pacific northwest. A return of a steam locomotive to the Union Pacific Railroad on the Idaho and Oregon Divisions.

Much of the equipment from the Puget Sound Railway Historical Association was moved from Seattle to the museum site in Snoqualmie, Washington.

Uniform replacement available for the San Francisco Municipal Railway!

Voters in Berkeley voted 4 to 1 in favor of putting the Bay Area Rapid Transit District’s tracks underground in their city.

The Canadian Pacific Railway has revealed plans to abandon within the next five years the portion of the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway which is south of Duncan, British Columbia.

At the end of November, the Sierra Railroad will move its General Offices from Jamestown to Sonora.