Built by Disney, WP 804-A is a faux FP-7 built from the scrapped cab of UP 928, an E-8. In August 2011, the train which housed an ice cream shop was removed and donated to the Western Pacific Rail... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
A GP9 built 1955 with EMD# 20696 and became UP 300, then Iowa Interstate 300, and finally sold to the Feather River Rail Society (Portola) in December 1995.
WP GP40's were reassigned to Texas after the UP-MP-WP merger, having been bumped by CCS equipped UP six axle power. Here the MF (Memphis-Ft.Worth) train is approaching Texarkana with a slug of Eas... (more)
WP's Keddie to Westwood, CA "Westwood Turn" local was climbing northbound out of Keddie.
WP "Westwood Turn" power resting outside Keddie yard office
WP's worn out F7s race down the Altamont pass toward
Eastbound WP train climbing through James headed for BN interchange Bieber
With the first eastbound excursion from Niles to Sunol underway, WP 918-D is on the home stretch to sunol as it loudly announces its presence at the farmer's crossing.
As the town of Sunol is slowly waking up, WP 918-D pauses to greet the first passengers at the depot before boarding begins. This appearance of 918 was part of a "Western Pacific Day" ev... (more)
WP GP7 #713 leads the WP Day Special through Farmer's Crossing on its way to Brightside Yard to tie down for the day.
WP 918-D leads the Western Pacific Day Special through Farwell Bridge.
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