The San Joaquin Daylight was a Southern Pacific passenger train (train numbers 51 and 52) inaugurated between Los Angeles and Oakland Pier by way of the San Joaquin Valley and Tehachapi Pass on July 4, 1941. It operated until the advent of Amtrak in 1971.
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... See also San Joaquin Daylight and Golden Gate (train) Amtrak routed all Los Angeles-San Francisco service over the Southern Pacific's Coast Line in its initial 1971 route structure ... Both the Southern Pacific (San Joaquin Daylight) and the Santa Fe (San Francisco Chief) had served the region ... In 1979 Amtrak proposed discontinuing the San Joaquin as part of system-wide reductions ordered by the Carter Administration ...
... Coast Daylight San Joaquin, Amtrak California's service to the Central Valley Sacramento Daylight Southern Pacific 4449 locomotive in "Daylight" paint scheme ...
... They carried the orange and red "Daylight" paint scheme ... trains were pulled by GS-4s, the Coast Daylight, San Joaquin Daylight, Lark, Cascade, Golden State and Sunset Limited ... were painted black by 1948 all had been repainted into Daylight colors ...
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