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Travel the Past: PRR’s Pittsburgher overnight All Pullman Streamliner between New York and Pittsburg

The Pittsburgher was a premiere passenger train operated between New York City and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania over the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Main Line. The PPR’s overnight all Pullman service-connected the Steel City with New York via the railroad’s mainline. It was initially launched during the mid-1920s, for many years the train pampered ... Read More »

Santa Fe’s Streamliner SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF

Santa Fe, Pullman, Chief, Super Chief, El Capitan, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, City of San Francisco, Lark, Starlight, Shasta Daylight, San Joaquin Daylight, Streamliner, Hi-Level, Dome Cars, Chair Cars, Amtrak, Michael L Grace, Cruising The Past, Cruise Line History

The Santa Fe felt it needed its own streamliner serving the Bay Area and launched the San Francisco Chief in June 1954. The new express train joined Santa Fe’s other legacy trains: the Chief, Super Chief, and El Capitan. The San Franciso Chief offered First Class Pullman Sleeping Car and ... Read More »