Included in this July 2000 view is a who's who of classic western motive power from Southern Pacific, Union Pacific and Western Pacific. Shortly after this photo was taken WP 707 was repainted in... (more)
Milwaukee Road U25B 5057 is no longer part of the Western Pacific Railroad Museum collection at Portola, CA. Having never seen an actual MILW diesel in service (patched SOO "bandit" uni... (more)
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.
Full SP light package and Kodachrome paint.
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
I ran into into another one of these units this year at the former McCloud railway here: https://www.railpictures.net/photo/704763/
These yellow units were painted this color by US Steel in Pit... (more)
Built in 1952, this AS-616 has regained its former SP number. After leaving the SP system, the unit worked the Oregon and Northwestern, an eastern Oregon lumber railroad until the closing of the m... (more)
Locomotives that once pulled the California Zephyr rest at the Portola Railroad Museum.
Built by Disney, WP 804-A is a faux FP-7 built from the scrapped cab of UP 928, an E-8. In August 2011, the train which housed an ice cream shop was removed and donated to the Western Pacific Rail... (more)
Power from the California Zephyr fades away in Portola
After being overhauled, UP 9532 and 9282 have been stored here at the Portola Railroad Museum to avoid vandalism to these "like new" locomotives until traffic picks up. Apparently 9532 s... (more)
Orange and Silver, Geeps and Covered Wagons
Quincy Railroad 1100, Sierra Pacific Industries "Lil' Lulu", sits on display at the Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola, CA during the 2011 Portola Railroad Days. The unit is an e... (more)