The California and Pacific is my "original" railroad. The reason why I put that in quotations, well, it's really more of a helper railroad/branchline? I don't know really. I digress, they help the Santa Fe with heavy freights and the extra San Diegans (please keep in mind that they are based in San Diego), as well as the Espee with trains through Tehachapi. As well as the trains they assist with, the C&P pulls their own trains: Sponhaltz Limited: (All Pullman) Los Angeles-Oklahoma City via San Diego (Super Chief of C&P) Gutierrez Express: (All First Class Chair) LA-OKC via SD (same route; think of it like the El Capitan of the C&P) Pacific Coaster: (Mixed Train) San Francisco-San Diego (Sleepers for evening trains) As far as the fleet, at least for the locomotives, are all generations of the F Unit. After 1974, a majority of the F units were sent to be scrapped, and in return, they bought 6 SD40T-2's. The passenger cars still in the works, so this'll be updated. On the topic of passenger cars, starting in 1954, the evening Pacific Coaster headed Southbound will pick up a transcontinental sleeper or two from the San Francisco Chief (oh yeah, the SFC carries sleepers from the 20th Century and Broadway Limited now) so the passengers will arrive in San Diego in the morning. In return, a C&P sleeper gets sent eastbound on the SFC to be hauled by the 20th Century or Broadway (both are dropped in 1960). I'm still ironing out the details, so I'll keep you updated.