California Zephyr power sits in front of a dome car. I believe it is Western Pacific 832 "Silver Hostel", a 1948 "Vista Dome" Lounge Car.
Western Pacific Railroad Museum, where you can climb on the equipment (metal gets very hot in the sun)!
Western Pacific Railroad Museums collection of WP GP7s
Western Pacific’s hottest train, the Ford Fast, has just left the D&RGW Roper Yard in Salt Lake City. It is now only a mile or so west of Grant Tower and about to gain home rails at WP-UP Jct. Sca... (more)
Western Pacific's "Ford Fast" train is headed west fast at Marblehead, Utah. This train of auto parts and new autos was delivered to the WP in Salt Lake City by the D&RGW. The D&RGW received it in... (more)
Western Pacific's CCVX is seen here crossing the Humboldt River at the abandoned townsite of Palisade, Nevada. This location in Palisade Canyon was the northern end of the narrow gauge Eureka and... (more)
Action at Keddie in February 1971, shows a train coming off the 4th Sub the High Line from Bieber. Powered by a solid set of first generation F's and a Geep, this was a rare sight at this late da... (more)
At Williams Loop a westbound WP freight lead by 3522 heads down the canyon in June 1981. Ahead lies Quincy Junction and Keddie Wye.
Looking down from State Highway 70, the westbound CZ is making its way up the Canyon to West Pulga on February 13, 1970.
Action along the Feather River Canyon, Western Pacific F7(A) 913-A, F7(B) 914B and F7(A) 919-D leads an eastbound freight at West Pulga, California mile 240.
On the Keddie Wye and heading north on the 4th Subdivision WP F7(A) 921-A is in change of a six unit consist, going to interchange with the Great Northern at Bieber on October 10, 1970. Photo ... (more)
Powered by a solid set of First generation F's leading this westbound freight, making its way up the Canyon West of Pulga, CA on July 29, 1970.
Holding the Main at Stockton, California WP GP7 708, F7A 921 and GP35 3002 waits out a meet with opposing traffic on December 22, 1980.
The eastbound TOF led by two GP35s and two GP40s routed down the Main out of the WP Portola yard. Photo from my collection, the photographer was not specified.
Western Pacific GE U30B 758, renumbered 3058 in 1970.