"Welcome to Napa Valley and the Wine Train."
NVR 72 leads the afternoon lunch train back to Napa on a beautiful fall afternoon.
November 11th, 2017
NVR 72 leads the Napa Valley Wine Train's lunch train back to Napa, seen here at Oak Knall Ave.
March 4th, 2018
NVRR 72 soaks up some sun after a California shower in Napa.
After dropping off its tipsy passengers, the Napa Valley Wine Train deadheads back to the yard, and crosses the Napa River
At the end of the day, unloading passengers, before heading back to the barn ...
#73 and its "B-Unit" head up the Napa Valley's ever-popular dinner train this evening. #73 has been converted to CNG (compressed natural gas), rating it a "Clean Air Vehicle" a... (more)
There IS truth in advertising....!
Former Rio Grande coach No. 1012 sits in repose at Napa, California, on March 13, 2006. In 1960, Rio Grande bought eight of these ancient (built in 1915) Pullman-built coaches from Northern Pacifi... (more)
A couple of cabooses keep company with Napa Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 No. 62 at the railroad’s Napa, California, yard and facility. A worker is working on repairing the roof of a former Rio Grand... (more)
The Napa Valley Wine Train MLW FPA4s, Nos. 71 and 73, sit in the NVRR yard at Napa, California, on March 13, 2006.
On a beautiful afternoon in wine country, the afternoon train returns south.
Passing through California's rich wine country, the afternoon lunch train returns south passing one of the many vineyards along the route.
Nearing Napa, NVR 71 leads the lunch train into town.
The Napa Valley Wine Train deadheads back to the yard in Napa after dropping off passengers at the station
Right after it left Napa, the Napa Valley Railroad Dinner Train finds itself surrounded by large oak trees as it makes its journey north towards Saint Helena. Passengers aboard this train are join... (more)