This is another undated issue of West, but it does say that the Beaver is a popular train to which SP will add more streamlined cars “this summer.” Since a previous edition informed us that the Beaver began operating in June, 1940, this one probably came out in the spring of 1941.
Although Portland’s skyline looks a lot different now, you can still see it and Mt. Hood from several spots in the West Hills. Inside, photos show Crater Lake, Timberline Lodge, the Columbia Gorge, the Portland Rose Festival, Seattle, Mt. Rainier, Vancouver, and Victoria. The back cover has photos of Southern Pacific’s all-Pullman Cascade (actually, photos of the Coast Daylight portraying the Cascade) and economy Beaver.