Pacific Rail News Magazine
May 1982 Issue
The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association has acquired a pair of United States Army Electro Motive Units for its collection.
The narrow gauge in Colorado is building five new coaches this year.
The Sacramento Lightrail proposal gets closer to initial construction.
A feature story on the Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad.
Extensive effort by the Denver and Rio Grande have been toward completing the siding project at Rollins and Bond.
The schedule for the “Prosperity Special” steam-powered public relations train has been tentatively set.
In the continuing Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific merger there has been an agreement reached regarding the “competitive problems” in the proposal.
More unusually severe winter weather is affecting Amtrak in California.
A feature story on the National Museum of Transport in St. Louis, Missouri.