The newest locomotive on the Northwestern Pacific's fleet, ex NS, also former Southern RY, 5076 leads the southbound Petaluma Turn back from Windsor after spending 2 nights there while the centerb... (more)
NWP 1501, 1922, and train wait at Brazos while the bridge tender lowers the bridge (behind me) so they can proceed to the California Northern Railroad Interchange at Napa Junction on a beautiful D... (more)
The Northwestern Pacific Daylight departs Healdsburg for Willits.
The Northwestern Pacific Daylight makes its way through the beautiful vineyards at Asti, CA. The special is returning to Healdsburg after a trip north over Ridge Hill to Willits.
NWP 4327 and 4324 meet at Geyserville to swap trains.
NWP 1501 leads the Southbound Petaluma Turn thru Rowland in Novato after some switching in Petaluma.
After some switching in Petlaluma, NWP 1501 holds at the Haystack Bridge (behind me) waiting to proceed Southbound to the California Northern Interchange at Napa Junction.
Crossing the Napa River on the famed Brazos drawbridge, newly acquired Northwestern Pacific MP15 NWP 1501 leads a short train on a rare Wednesday run home from the California Northern at Lombard. ... (more)
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)
NWP's newest locomotive, MP15DC #1501, made its maiden voyage over the NWP system on 06/05/2016. Here she is, with GP9 #1922 "The Grey Ghost", preparing to cross Grandview avenue in Blac... (more)
Northwestern Pacific Railroad's new MP15DC is on it's way to be delivered to them. It is trailing on BNSF's KCKBAR manifest after being rebuilt at Mid America Car & Locomotive shop in Kansas City.... (more)
SMART MoW crews look on as NWP 2009 makes a southbound trip across the relatively new Haystack bascule bridge. The old swing bridge has since been completely removed.
The northbound Northwestern Pacific Daylight rolls off Ridge Hill behind a pair of SD9s and a chop nose GP9.
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.