MAJOR PASSENGER TRAINS

UNION PACIFIC


STREAMLINERS
Trains which were modernized with new streamlined passenger cars, mainly during the 1930's through the 1950's.

#9/#10 - City Of St. Louis
St. Louis-(via WAB)-Kansas City
Kansas City-Topeka-Denver-Cheyenne
1946 - introduced as a streamliner
1969 - discontinued St. Louis-Kansas City and renamed City Of Kansas City
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak

#27/#28 - San Francisco Overland
Omaha-Cheyenne-Ogden
Ogden-(via SP)-Oakland
1950 - becomes a streamliner
1962 - combined with City Of San Francisco

#101/#102 - City Of San Francisco
Chicago-(via C&NW)-Omaha
Omaha-Cheyenne-Ogden
Ogden-(via SP)-Oakland
1936 - introduced as a streamliner
1971 - retained by Amtrak

#103/#104 - City Of Los Angeles
Chicago-(via C&NW)-Omaha
Omaha-Cheyenne-Ogden-Salt Lake City-Las Vegas-Los Angeles
1936 - introduced as a streamliner
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak

#105/#106 - City Of Portland
Chicago-(via C&NW)-Omaha
Omaha-Cheyenne-Pocatello-Boise-Portland
1935 - introduced as a streamliner
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak

#111/#112 - City Of Denver
Chicago-(via C&NW)-Omaha
Omaha-Denver
1936 - introduced as a streamliner
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak

#457/#458 - Domeliner
Portland-Seattle
1942 - introduced as a streamliner
1971 - retained by Amtrak


STREAMLINERS/ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Consists and concise schedules from various eras, as streamlined trains were introduced.

Pre War Streamliners
Post War Streamliners
Dome Era Streamliners
Passenger Diesel Locomotives
Post War Timetables


ADDITIONAL TRAINS
Additional important passenger trains, often named trains, which generally were not fully equipped with with new streamlined passenger cars. Although many of these trains might have received surplus streamlined cars later during their histories.

#19/#20 - Spokane
Portland-Hinkle-Spokane
1956 - discontinued Portland-Hinkle
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak

#29/#30 - Butte Special
Salt Lake City-Ogden-Pocatello-Butte
1971 - discontinued by Amtrak