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Date: 01/24/23 16:52
A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: photobob

Some time in the mid 1990's the southbound Coast Starlight crossing an arm of Lake Shasta near Obrien.

Robert Morris
Dunsmuir, CA
Robert Morris Photography




Date: 01/24/23 17:03
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: TomG

What a great picture Bob. Catching Amtrak in this area in daylight and with perfect lighting and location is incredible.

A time when Amtrak ran a 13+ car train without excuses.

Tom
Weaverville, CA



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/24/23 17:45 by TomG.



Date: 01/24/23 17:18
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: AlcoRSD15

Very nice!  - Eric B.



Date: 01/24/23 17:52
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: pwh

Fantastic shot, Bob!  How is the water level in the lake with all the rain and snow California is getting?  



Date: 01/24/23 19:08
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: TomG

pwh Wrote:
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> Fantastic shot, Bob!  How is the water level in
> the lake with all the rain and snow California is
> getting?  

83 feet from the crest as of today according to the news at 6pm today.

Tom
Weaverville, CA



Date: 01/24/23 19:14
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: TCnR

Nice drone shot from before drones were popular.
t4p.



Date: 01/24/23 19:22
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: 3rdswitch

Awesome.
JB



Date: 01/24/23 19:32
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: phthithu

Great shot. 



Date: 01/25/23 02:00
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: mp51w

Timetable, calender, or poster quality!



Date: 01/25/23 17:13
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: DavidP

Great view from the Starlight's "Superior Service" era.

Dave



Date: 01/26/23 06:56
Re: A Coast Starlight flashback
Author: atsf121

Dang, that's a great photo!



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