|This page provides information on F40s sold to the Panama Canal Railway (or their owners) and former Heritage coaches sold to Panarail Tourism Company.|
|F40s||Additional F40s||Coaches||Disclaimer/Fine Print|
|Amtrak No.||PCR No.||PCR Name|
|259||1856||City of Panama|
|313||1857||City of Gamboa|
|358f||1858||City of Gatun|
|354f||1859||City of Paraiso|
|374f||1860||City of Pedro Miguel|
|f-Unit formerly leased to the Florida Fun Train|
|Additional PCR F40s|
|Amtrak No.||PCR No.||PCR Name||Notes|
|415||1861||City of Colosolo||Leased from Rail World Locomotive Leasing|
|386||1862||City of Corozal||Leased from Rail World Locomotive Leasing|
|397||1863||City of Diablo||Leased from Rail World Locomotive Leasing|
|393||1864||City of Balboa||Leased from Rail World Locomotive Leasing|
|334||1865||City of Ancon||Owned by PCR|
|Units went to Panama in 2004. Additional details are available on the F40 Where Are They Now? page.|
|Coaches Sold to Panarail Tourism Co. (PTC)|
|Amtrak No.||PTC Name|
former SP "half dome" lounge
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