Talgo Trains Find Final Resting Place

Two Talgo trainsets once used for Amtrak Cascades Service have reached the end of the line at a scrapping company.

The Series VI equipment was last seen at Coast Rail Services in Anaheim, California.

The trains had been moved there earlier this month from Seattle.

The passive-tilt equipment, which was sold by the Washington State Department of Transportation, last operated in revenue service on Cascades trains in June 2020.

Two other Series IV Talgos owned by Amtrak were taken to the Beech Grove Heavy Maintenance Facility in Indianapolis last year.

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