Six high-hood Western Pacific locomotives are stored at Salt Lake City on February 25, 1985—four EMD GP7s and two GP20s.
WP NW2 No. 608 sits on the turntable tracks next to Tidewater Southern Alco RS1 No. 746. No. 608 is now on display in restored paint at the Portola Railroad Museum.
WP GP35s idle at the railroad's engine facility in Stockton.
WP Alco S2 No. 557 returns to the yard with what looks to be lumber loads.
A Western Pacific SW9 return to the yard with a transfer from the Santa Fe.
WP GEs 2251 and 3066 bask in the late afternoon at the railroad's yard in Stockton. Note that both sport an M5 horn.
At sunset, a bay window caboose punctuates the end of an eastbound Western Pacific manifest.
WP 703 idles in the late afternoon sun at the WP engine facility.
The power consist was WP 3012, 3015, and 3062: two GP35s and an U30B A Roger Puta Photograph
Crossing over the Southern Pacific. A Roger Puta Photograph
Western Pacific GP40 3506 and WP U23B's 2264 and 2254 are eastbound at Williams Loop near Quincy, California July 02, 1979.
Western Pacific GP40 3503, Stockton, California 1969.
Western Pacific F7A&B 916-D, Stockton, California 1969.
WP 2002 leads a large consist across the Keddie Wye bridge in June 1980.