|Talgo||Acela Express||Disclaimer/Fine Print|
|TALGO TRAINSETS (Series 6 and 8)|
|The "as-built" Series 6 Talgo trainsets were delivered in 1998 and 1999. They entered revenue service in 1999. They were made up of 12 cars in the following order: Baggage(1), Coach(5), Accessible Coach(1), Bistro(1), Dining(1), Accessible Custom Class(1), Custom Class(1) and Power(1).
The Mt. Baker and Mt. Rainier are owned by Washington state, and the Mt. Hood and Mt. Olympus are owned by Amtrak. The "Las Vegas" trainset was purchased by Washington state in 2004. The exterior of the train was repainted to match the other Pacific Northwest equipment though the interior was not changed at the time. It is now named the Mt. Adams. The trainset configurations as of October 2017 are listed at the bottom of this section.
The "as built" Series 8 Talgo trainsets were purchased, and are owned, by the state of Oregon. They were delivered in 2013. They are made of of 13 cars in the following order: Baggage/End Car, Coach, Accessible Coach, Coach, Accessible Coach, Coach, Accessible Coach, Coach, Bisto, Dining, Business Class (2). All Business Class cars are accessible and contain restrooms (WC). Accessible Coaches also contain restrooms (WC).
This roster is arranged by as-built trainset, and may differ from other "as-built/delivered" rosters due to a clerical error in Talgo-to-WSDOT delivery correspondence (Series 6).
|Series 6||Series 8|
|Accessible Business Class||7551||7552||7550||7553||7554||BC(ADA)||7560||7561|
|7201 7202||7200 7203|
|7700 7701||7702 7703|
|7425||7704 7707||7705 7706|
|In the Spare Car column, a "w" after the car indicates Washington state ownership, and an "a" indicates Amtrak ownership.|
|Cars in the orange cells were damaged when train 506 derailed at Steilacoom, WA, on July 2, 2017.|
|Cars in the red cells were wrecked at Nisqually, WA, on December 18, 2017 when train 501 derailed.|
|Cars are periodically moved between trainsets. Both baggage and power cars now carry names, and names do change while car numbers remain the same. The Series 6 trainsets as of October 2017 are:
(Mt. Hood) 7900-7450-7550-7800-7300-7500-7400-7425-7402-7403-7404-7401-7101
(Mt. Baker) 7902-7451-7551-7801-7301-7501-7521-7409-7408-7407-7406-7405-7104
(Mt. Adams) 7903-7454-7554-7804-7303-7504-7424-7423-7422-7421-7420-7102
Spare Cars: Baggage: 7105, Bistro: 7305, Power: 7905
The Series 8 trainsets as of October 2017 are:
(ODOT-1/Mt. Jefferson) 7910-7562-7560-7810-7310-7700-7204-7701-7201-7704-7202-7707-7110
(ODOT-2/Mt. Bachelor) 7911-7563-7561-7811-7311-7705-7203-7702-7200-7706-7205-7703-7111
|ACELA EXPRESS TRAINSETS|
|The 20 Acela Express trainsets were built by a consortium of Bombardier and Alstom. Each eight-car Acela Express trainset consists of two power cars, one first class car, four business class cars, and a cafe.
Trainset Consists are available here.
|First Class End Car||3200-3219||20|
|Business Class End Car||3400-3419||20|
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The information on this page is as accurate as possible as of the date listed at the top of the page. Webmasters David and HaRRy wish to thank El Simon, Associate Editor of Passenger Train Journal, for his assistance in preparing this page.
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