Here’s a companion to yesterday’s brochure covering the route between the Pacific Northwest and the San Francisco Bay Area. It actually starts in Vancouver, BC, meaning trains of the Great Northern to Seattle and Great Northern, Northern Pacific, or Union Pacific from Seattle to Portland. From Portland to Oakland the Shasta Route uses the Southern Pacific, but this 1946 brochure doesn’t mention any specific trains.
It does have a photo of a heavyweight, Pullman-green, air-conditioned train next to Odell Lake in the Oregon Cascade Mountains. This was probably a train called the Klamath, as it passed the lake in daylight in both directions, but it could have been the Oregonian, which passed the lake in daylight going northbound. The latter was the classier train, as it had a full observation-lounge car while the Klamath just had a small lounge in a Pullman observation sleeper.