|Cotton Belt - San Francisco 2015|
"The St. Louis Southwestern Railway (reporting mark SSW), known by its nickname of 'The Cotton Belt Route' or simply Cotton Belt, is a former US Class I railroad which operated between St. Louis, Missouri, and various points in the states of Arkansas and Texas from 1891 to 1992.
"Many former SSW locomotives are used by Union Pacific today, although few still sport unmodified '
Cotton Belt' paint. Most of the remaining units have been repainted into the UP scheme,
while others wear patched SSW paint with a UP shield logo and new numbers
applied over the SSW number."
This engine seen from the window of a Caltrain commuter car.