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Consist Of The Inaugural
Amtrak Texas Eagle/California Service Train

TrainWeb.com/texaseagle/consist.html

The following is the actual consist of the Amtrak
Inaugural Texas Eagle/California Service train:

    Consist (car numbers):
  • Locomotive #1: 21 (same # as this southbound inaugural Texas Eagle!)
  • Locomotive #2: 22 (same # as the northbound inaugural Texas Eagle!)
  • Locomotive #3: 23
  • Baggage Car: 1215
  • Transition Sleeping Car (Dorm): 39010
  • Superliner II Sleeping Car #3 (2132): 32093 Missouri
  • Superliner II Sleeping Car #2 (2131): 32071 Arizona
  • Superliner II Sleeping Car #1 (2130): 32073 California
  • Superliner Coach Car #2 (2111): 34138
  • Superliner Coach Car #1 (2110): 31519 Smoking
  • Superliner I Sightseer Lounge Car: 33020
  • Superliner Dining Car: 38065
  • VIP Superliner II Sleeping Car #4 (2133): 32072 Arkansas
  • VIP Superliner II Sightseer Lounge Car: 33026
  • VIP Superliner II Sleeping Car #5 (2134): 32111 Texas
  • The following 4 coaches will turn in San Antonio:
  • VIP Superliner Coach #4 (2112): 34061
  • VIP Superliner Coach #5 (2113): 34010
  • VIP Superliner Coach #6 (2114): 34032
  • VIP Superliner Coach #7 (2115): 34131
  • Express Car To San Antonio: 71036
  • Mail Car To St. Louis: 1718

The VIP Sleeping Cars are the Superliner II Cars "Arkansas" and "Texas" temporarily borrowed from the Amtrak Coast Starlight for this event. The last four coaches will be turned at San Antonio and added to the return Texas Eagle #22 to accommodate the return VIP crowd. The VIP Sightseer Lounge Car is only open to invited passengers. Since there are several people in the revenue Sleeping Cars and Coach who are riding this train just because it is the inaugural Texas Eagle/California Service train, it has been assumed that those people can consider themselves "invited guests" as far as access to the VIP Lounge is concerned. There has not been any problems with having those people enter and participate in the VIP Lounge events.

The consist information was provided curtosy of Bill Pollard of Arkrail, The Arkansas Rail Passenger Association (TrainWeb.org/arkrail).


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