City of Los Angeles/Portland On-Board Stationery

We know from other examples that Union Pacific continued to use the Winged Streamliner logo for its city-train stationery in the late 1950s, after the streamliners became domeliners and the Milwaukee Road replaced the North Western as the railroad’s eastern partner. However, this most-boring of letterheads doesn’t use that logo or, indeed, mention any streamliner except the Portland and Los Angeles ones. So it is probably from the years right before Amtrak.

Click image to download a PDF of this letterhead.

Leave a Reply