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Superliner car close-up.

One of a set of slides depicting scenes along the route of the Sunset Limited, 1995.

Sunset Limited route guide, 1989.

Multicolor printed paper route guide issued in March 1989 for the Sunset Limited (New Orleans-Los Angeles). Guide offers brief descriptions of cities and towns along the route, as well as a map. From the Ann Owens Collection. The Sunset Limited, begun by the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1894, is one of the oldest named passenger trains still operating in the United States.

Sunset Limited near Morgan City, La., 1999.

One of a set of Kodak transparencies depicting scenes along the route of the Sunset Limited, October 1999.

Sunset Limited button.

Promotional button for the Sunset Limited. Metal button with pin; measures approximately 2" by 2". Dates from the late 1980s-early 1990s.

Stopover Tours and Short Vacations in the Western USA, 1977.

Full-color paper tour brochure presenting the many features of the American West, from Denver to the Grand Canyon, from the San Jose Mystery House to Mount Ranier. Special provisions were available for travel on the San Francisco Zephyr and Sunset Limited. From May, 1977.

Sunset Limited Inaugural.

Inaugural celebration at Gulfport, Miss., on March 31, 1993.

Sunset Limited Schedule.

For April through October, 1993.

Sunset Limited poster.

"Ride America's First Transcontinental Train".

Sunset Limited Heads East

P40 pulling a Superliner-equipped train over the bridge at Escambia Bay outside of Pensacola, Fla.

Sunset Limited route guide.

The Sunset Limited route guide cover, from a printed color brochure from September 1973