WP Alco S2 No. 561 brings cars from the Santa Fe interchange to WP's yard.
Now in freight service, WP "Zephyr" FP7A No. 915-A idles at the engine facility at the railroad's yard in Stockton, CA.
WP high-hood GP20 No. 2007 idles in the switch engine facility in WP's yard. Note the interesting WP tankcar at right.
Near sundown, a WP engine facility employee has a red scarf hooked around the M3 horn of BN C425 No. 4264 so he doesn't fall off as he sands the big Alco. WP's facility could be a very busy place ... (more)
A WP mechanical department workman gives GP35 No. 3007 a thorough washing before she goes into the shop.
Sacramento Northern and WP switchers gather at the engine facility. In just a few short months, all these switchers will be in a line awaiting "disposition" following the UP merger.
After cutting off from their train that originated in the Pacific Northwest, four ex-SP&S Alcos head to the engine facility for diesel and sand.
A WP workman sands four big BN (ex-SP&S) Alcos that have just come in on symbol BN 137.
Somebody has written "Too young to die" across the top front of WP F7A No. 915-D. Indeed, during the 70s, many of WP's F7As were traded in for newer EMDs.
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.
worn out but still working for a living WP 731 sits in the yard at Stockton, CA, waiting for it's next move