Head up of the zombie trains of Eureka. SP 2872 was part of the North Coast Railroads fleet that hauled timber from Eureka to the Northwestern Pacific interchange at Willits.
The main terminus of the Northwestern Pacific was the yard at Eureka where the railroad meets the sea. The railroad once hauled forest products until washouts along the Eel River canyon landlocked... (more)
On a foggy coastal Sunday morning, the North Coast Daylight stands on 1st Street in Eureka. The train is being prepared for its trip to Willits.
Filled with passengers, the North Coast Daylight rolls along Humboldt Bay during Labor Day Weekend.
The North Coast Daylight rolls through the redwoods on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend 1985.
North Coast Railway No, 3857 at Eureka - This and four other former Southern Pacific, later North Coast Railway GP-9's sit on the former Eureka house track in the yard downtown.
North Coast Railway No. 70 at Eureka - This and four other former Southern Pacific, later North Coast Railway GP-9's sit on the former Eureka house track in the yard downtown.
Dead Line - Three former Southern Pacific, later North Coast Railway GP-9's sit on the former house track of the yard in downtown Eureka.
The Field of Broken Dreams in Eureka - NCRR 70 an EMD GP7, SP 2872 and three other former Southern Pacific GP-9's that have seen better days, sit oxidizing slowly away from the salt air tha... (more)
Marooned On the Waterfront in Eureka California - SP 2872 and four other former Southern Pacific GP-9's sit rotting away in the salt air of the North Coast burb of Eureka. Once known for l... (more)