^^ Lol Tom. Sorry about your misfortune at SFOG. You know I never even really realized the train was not in the photograph until you pointed it out. I was eventually able to ride it, but it was down more often than not on most of my visits too. I wonder if it's in the boneyard there now.
As much as I love the red, white & blue color scheme of the original trains, I also liked this second color scheme of the trains. They had 3 variations: the lead car came in red (shown in the postcard above) they also had green and blue
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