Pacific Rail News Magazine
July 1975 Edition

Magazine Summary

Fresno Traction acquired a small, light weight box motor constructed by Brill in 1903, and numbered as the 1.

Rotary snow plows blasting through twenty-foot drifts can be quite the scene at the Southern Pacific Sierras.

With a price tag of #38 million, hump operations continue in Barstow, California where the newest yard is taking shape.

Amtrak reaches its fourth anniversary!

An overview of the old San Francisco Peninsula era.

727 passenger cars have been ordered by the National Railroad Passenger Corporation for Amtrak.

Work has begun on the final section of the semi-private right-of-way for the S.F. Muni.

Red, white and blue locomotives in the United States growing in popularity due to the commemoration of the BiCentennial in 1976.