Amtrak's New Los Angeles - Las Vegas Service
December 14, 1999 Event in Las Vegas, Nevada
An event announcing the upcoming launch of Amtrak's new Los Angeles - Las Vegas service,
hosted by Wisconsin's Governor Tommy G. Thompson, Chairman of Amtrak's Board of Directors and
George Warrington, Amtrak's President and Chief Executive Officer was held on
Tuesday, December 14, 1999!
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Click here to take a 360x360 Virtual Tour of the Amtrak Las Vegas Talgo!
NEVADA GOVERNOR KENNY GUINN
GOVERNOR TOMMY G. THOMPSON
U.S. SENATOR HARRY REID
invite you to
AN OPEN HOUSE
to begin our countdown to
LOS ANGELES - LAS VEGAS SERVICE
AND TOUR THE LAS VEGAS TRAIN
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14TH
12 NOON TO 2 PM
AT THE TRACK ADJACENT TO INDUSTRIAL ROAD
AT HOTEL RIO DRIVE
Amtrak Board of Directors:
Honorable Tommy G. Thompson, Governor of Wisconsin & Chairman
Honorable Michael S. Dukakis, Vice Chairman of the Board
Ms. Sylvia A. de Leon
Honorable Linwood Holton
Ms. Amy M. Rosen
Honorable Rodney E. Slater, Secretary of Transportation
Honorable John Robert Smith, Mayor, Meridian, Mississippi
Mr. George D. Warrington, Amtrak President & Chief Executive
The announcement featured Nevada's Governor Kenny Guinn and U.S. Senator Harry Reid, who
have been instrumental in making this service a reality. In addition, the custom-designed,
European-style Talgo trainset that Amtrak will use for this service was on display.
The event was held near the Las Vegas Strip at the corner of Industrial Road and
Hotel Rio Drive. The media portion of the public event occured from 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
after which the public was invited to tour the train until 2:00 p.m. In addition to the
general public, attendees at the Governor's annual Conference on Tourism were also
invited to the event.
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Photos From The Event
I was on my way to Florida on the Amtrak Sunset Limited
and was not able to attend this event. However, Ray Burns of TrainWeb was at this event
to take photos and get the story.
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