Venerable F7A No. 914-A idles on the ready track in Stockton Yard.
Power from the California Zephyr fades away in Portola
Orange and Silver, Geeps and Covered Wagons
The Overland Route Named the Harriman Shield in honor of E.H. Harriman who gained control of the railroad in 1897, this particular design first hit the rails in 1904 and then made a reappe... (more)
And he carries the reminders of ev'ry glove that laid him down ... But the fighter still remains. Built in January 1950 as part of Western Pacific F7 A-B-B-A set 921. By September 3rd, 19... (more)
A pair of Western Pacific cabooses, 444 and 474, were found in the railroad's yard in Oroville, California, on September 3rd, 1973.
Like an oracle for the future, WP GP40 3514 is in tow of an UP SD24 already in 1975. Unfortunately, the WP has gone for ever.
Looking spiffy in new image paint, a Western Pacific U30B awaits an assignment in Rio Grande's Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. The WP 3063 was built the WP 763 by GE in April 1969 equipped with EMD... (more)
After a series of switching moves, WP 713 backs up towards the mainline switch in the Brightside yard. 713 will then take the main to get to the other side of the yard, where it will be shut down ... (more)
WP 713 leads the last train of the day through a S-Curve near Brightside on the way to Niles
WP 713 leads the last train of the day through the farmer's crossing
Rio Grande hostlers shuffle power from an inbound Western Pacific train to the Roper Diesel Shop on March 5, 1977.
WP's pair of BiCentennial painted units part of display near Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco on Fourth of July weekend.
A Western Pacific U23B has been serviced and awaits a call at Rio Grande's Roper Yard on July 21, 1980. The 2260 was built new for the WP in June 1972 and later rebuilt as a B23-S7 'Super 7' by GE... (more)
A new Western Pacific GP40-2 awaits an assignment at UP North Yard in Salt Lake City on July 25, 1980.