Chicago & Alton "Abraham Lincoln". #50, a pioneer Baltimore & Ohio passenger diesel and a set of lightweight passenger cars. The diesel, originally a boxcab, was given a "shovel nosed" streamlined shroud.
I'm betting this is one streamliner that few railfans here in the lower 48 have seen. This is the Alaska Railroads first streamlined train "AuRoRa". It was powered by two ex-Army ALCo RSD1's with special cab bodies. Like modern ARR trains the paint scheme was blue and yellow.
In the early years of Amtrak service, when the Santa Fe was transitioning to a freight-only business, Amtrak was reliant on leased motive power for pulling its trains. The Santa Fe, wanting to differentiate their equipment that was to be used on the new Amtrak trains, began repainting the F7’s destined for Amtrak use in a new “Yellow Bonnet” scheme.