Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight" - Past Releases

2008 Production

Stock #
Car Type Car Number # of seats MSRP
106-060
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight" 10 car base set
Baggage-Chair 3302 44
$250
Articulated Coffee Shop 10258 80
Articulated Kitchen 10257 --
Articulated Dining Car 10256 72
Chair Car 2492 44
Articulated Chair Car 2474 46
Articulated Chair Car 2473 46
Tavern Car 10315 52
Parlor Car 3002 27
Parlor Observation 2955 22
106-6301
SP "Morning Daylight" 2-car set #1
Articulated Chair Car 2458 46
$50
Articulated Chair Car 2457 46
106-6302
SP "Morning Daylight" 2-car set #2
Articulated Chair Car 2478 46
$50
Articulated Chair Car 2477 46
106-6303
SP "Morning Daylight" 2-car set #3
Articulated Chair Car 2480 46
$50
Articulated Chair Car 2479 46
106-6304
SP "Morning Daylight" 2-car set #4
Articulated Chair Car 2468 46
$50
Articulated Chair Car 2467 46

2011 Production

Stock #
Description Road # MSRP
106-061
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight"
10 Car Set
Baggage-Chair 3303
$270
Articulated Coffee Shop 10261
Articulated Kitchen 10260
Articulated Dining Car 10259
Chair Car 2486
Articulated Chair Car 2476
Articulated Chair Car 2475
Tavern Car 10314
Parlor Car 3003
Parlor Observation 2954
106-6305
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight"
2 Car Set #1
Articulated Chair car 2466
$55
Articulated Chair car 2465
106-6306
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight"
2 Car Set #2
Articulated Chair car 2460
$55
Articulated Chair car 2459
106-6307
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight"
2 Car Set #3
Articulated Chair car 2452
$55
Articulated Chair car 2451
106-6308
Southern Pacific "Morning Daylight"
2 Car Set #4
Articulated Chair car 2408
$55
Articulated Chair car 2409

About the Morning Daylight:

In the 1940’s, the Southern Pacific “Morning Daylight” was possibly the world’s most beautiful train, its orange and red striping being reserved for the SP’s premier train lines. This “Morning Daylight” consist ran between Los Angeles and San Francisco along the beautiful California coast, past cities such as Ventura, Santa Barbara, Salinas and San Jose. Heading up the “Morning Daylight” was the specially built steam locomotive, the GS-4, one of the most well known steam engines ever designed.