Shoving out of the wye and into Schellville Yard, 1501 looks right at home on the NWP. Originally built as Southern Pacific 2694 in December, 1974, 1501 has served the NWP for about a year now.
Running back over the crossing to grab some tank cars out of the Schellville Wye, Northwestern Pacific 1501 passes the depot and signs for a local cherry farmer.
Old, Cold, and elegant. Some SP SD9Es await Christmas.
Just recently the Schellville dead line lost a former Northcoast Railway, ex-SP GP9. Now three former SP SD9Es await the future with two former BLE F units on a sunny day before Christmas 2016.
Ugly! 718A heads a line of stored locos at Schellville, CA, in 1998.
NWP's recently acquired MP15DC (ex former UPY 1293, SP 2694) at the NWP's Schellville, CA depot.
After a long day switching industries in Petaluma, and dropping off GP9 1922 in Petaluma and picking up Genset 2009, the Petaluma Turn is seen here shoving its train into the Schellville Yard, bef... (more)
Amtrak 955 rolls past the deadline of locomotives at Schellville on the NWP as it brings a load of indie car fans to Sears Point most passengers probably don't have any idea as to how the trip is ... (more)
The other end of the deadline, but I hear this one is operational. #3804 is also known to have the NCRA and BUGX reporting marks.
Much like finding dinosaur bones out in the middle of nowhere, these locomotives have been forgotten by time, sitting here since sometime in the 90's. There are many stories surrounding this rail... (more)
This former set of F7 A and B units sits with other first generation power, awaiting and uncertain future.
GP7u #1322 rests alongside EMD/Baldwin VO-1000 #007 at the Northwestern Pacific depot in Schellville. #007 is currently inoperable, while #1322 sees occasional activity.
Does anyone know what these locos were doing at Schellville in 1998?
The new Northwestern Pacific has resurrected SP's red and gray paint scheme.
Five SD9's lead the NWP Sprint Train around the tight horseshoe curve at Schellvile. Just a few years earlier, the NWP crew that brough the train from Petaluma would have terminated here, and an S... (more)