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Celebrate The Century Express
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Celebrate The Century Express sponsored by the United States Postal Service (USPS) and Amtrak.

The USPS Celebrate The Century Express Train was in a siding at the Fullerton Santa Fe Depot from 8:30 P.M. on Wednesday, May 10, 2000 until Sunday evening, May 14, 2000. The train was open to scheduled school groups on Friday, May 12, and then open to the general public during Fullerton Railroad Days held Saturday and Sunday, May 13 and 14, 2000. The estimated number of people to walk through the train on Saturday and Sunday was about 30,000.

Below you will find an extensive set of photos and video clips that were taken inside and outside of the "Celebrate The Century Express" when it visited the California State Railroad Museum (CSRM) in Sacramento, California on July 30, 1999.

    Click to view any set of photos below:
  • Set #01: Front of train and inside train.
  • Set #02: Front of train and inside train.
  • Set #03: Outside side of train.
  • Set #04: Mostly close-ups of stamps on side of train.
  • Set #05: Mostly close-ups of stamps on side of train.
  • Set #06: Mostly close-ups of stamps on side of train.
  • Set #07: Mostly close-ups of stamps on side of train.
  • Set #08: Larger photo of locomotive.
  • Set #09: Larger photo of locomotive.
  • Set #10: Larger photo of locomotive.

Click Here To Take A Virtual Photo Tour
Of The USPS Celebrate The Century Express Train!

If you did not get a chance to tour the train, or did tour the train and would like to take another look, then click here to take a virtual photo tour through the train!


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