Years of weathering and rust create interesting patterns and contrasts on these old locomotives under the canopy of large trees and nestled around vineyards in the Sonoma Valley. I saw the SP 434... (more)
NWP 2009 sits in the Golden Gate Railroad Museum yard along with 4-6-2 steam locomotive Southern Pacific 2472. Behind the SP 2472 is SP 3194 (GP-9) and SP 1487 (FM H-12-44).
NWP 1922 sits with SP 4435, SP 4347, SP 4451, B&LE 716B and B&LE 718A (F-7 A and B units), plus other rolling stock that could be in museums, in Schellville, California.
During GGRM’s open house over Labor Day weekend, Southern Pacific P-8 class 2472, built in March of 1921, does a quick blowdown for the crowd.
Northwestern Pacific MP15 #1501 pauses for a moment before heading to the yard to pick up cars for its run down the Brazos Sub.
Because it's a dealine and doesn't move, my photo of the power sitting in Schellville looks like everyone else's, but still was glad to finally get it myself.
Stored here since the late 90's, ex-B&LE 718A sits with many vintage EMD models.
The deadline at Schellville as 2021 comes to an end. What a sight for 1st generation and SP fans after so many years.
Revisiting the Schellville deadline last month, some changes have taken since i was there in December. The caboose along with Tri-City Railroad VO-1000M, that was once working Mare Island has move... (more)
Shoving out of the wye and into Schellville Yard, 1501 looks right at home on the NWP. Originally built as Southern Pacific 2694 in December, 1974, 1501 has served the NWP for about a year now.
Running back over the crossing to grab some tank cars out of the Schellville Wye, Northwestern Pacific 1501 passes the depot and signs for a local cherry farmer.
Old, Cold, and elegant. Some SP SD9Es await Christmas.
Just recently the Schellville dead line lost a former Northcoast Railway, ex-SP GP9. Now three former SP SD9Es await the future with two former BLE F units on a sunny day before Christmas 2016.
Ugly! 718A heads a line of stored locos at Schellville, CA, in 1998.
NWP's recently acquired MP15DC (ex former UPY 1293, SP 2694) at the NWP's Schellville, CA depot.