NP 3300, one of ten that the road bought before the BN merger rests somewhere on the system. I took a guess it was out west, but really have no idea where it was shot. No information at all on th... (more)
Northern Pacific 0-6-0 Class L9 1052 was built by Baldwin in 1907. She had 51" drivers, 20 x 26 inch cylinders, operated at 180 psi boiler pressure, and could develop 31,200 lbs of tractive effort... (more)
Northern Pacific 4-8-4 2604 was one of twelve Class A 4-8-4s built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1926. They had 73" drivers, 28 x 30 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 210 lbs, and could exert 57... (more)
Northern Pacific Y-2 Class 2-8-0 No. 1264 was built in 1902 by ALCO-Richmond. She had 63 inch drivers, 22 x 30 inch cylinders, operated at 200 psi and could exert 39,200 pounds of tractive effort.... (more)
Northern Pacific U boats and an SD45 are westbound at Marshall, WA with 3 sets of semaphores controlled by Marshall Tower overlooking the scene.
Hello, NP, this is the CNR. We are returning one of your box cars with a slight dent in one end.
Refer to my photo of the burned off axle as this is what caused the derailment and damage to th... (more)
6 units in various colors and models are departing Missoula, MT westbound on the former Northern Pacific. This was a colorful time on the newly formed BN.
3 NP SD45's are on the former SP&S at Scribner, WA shortly after the merger to BN. These units have not been renumbered.
Northern Pacific 6506C is preparing to depart Seattle on the North Coast Limited. The Union Pacific station can be seen in the background.
The Northern Pacific Mainstreeter is splitting the semaphores at Stateline, WA on its way east.
A Northern Pacific U boat and SP&S Alco FA2 are at the throat of Yardley waiting to depart westbound.
All of the units on this colorful Burlington Northern lashup have been renumbered from their original owners as shown in this view west of Missoula, MT in September 1970. The SD9's are 6249 and 62... (more)
Northern Pacific Alcos 912 and 908 are at the shops in Pasco, WA in the summer of 1970. Note the differing style of numbers and a roof mounted bell on only one of the units.
A pair of Baldwin switchers wait for their next assignment at Yardley yard in Spokane in April 1968. These units didn't last much longer as they were gone the following year.
No doubt about the model number for Northern Pacific 7006D. It was taken at Parkwater Shops in Spokane.