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The Navajo was one of the named passenger trains of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. The economy train entered daily service between Chicago-Los Angeles-San Francisco as train Nos. 9 & 10 on October 1, 1915, as a replacement for the railroad's Tourist Flyer, and ran until January 14, 1940.
In Summer 1926 train 9 left Chicago at 0945 and arrived Los Angeles three days later at 0730. It ran via Topeka, St John and Pasadena and carried no diner west of Kansas City, making three meal stops a day. In November 1939 it left Chicago 0135 and arrived Los Angeles 1140, 60 hrs by the same route except via Great Bend. (For several years earlier in the 1930s the westward train shifted to the Amarillo route, then both trains ran via Amarillo for a year or two before returning to the northern line.)
- Passenger train service on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway
- Dabler, Ed. "Interior Photos of Observation Navajo". Retrieved 2013-01-06.
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