California Western #56 is a rare Baldwin RS12. Last I knew, this unit was serviceable and even gets used on occasion when they need to move something large around the museum yard. That being said,... (more)
After turning on the wye at Willits Yard, California Western's passenger train returns to the depot. The consist of the North Coast Daylight is parked in the background.
California Western's Skunk Train turns on the wye at Willits yard for its afternoon run to Northspur.
The beautiful little mike is ready for another trip into the trip into the cathedral that is the center of the redwood forest.
California Western 45 is readied for the mornig departure from Fort Bragg.
Locomotive No 45 leaves the shed area in readiness to haul the day's Skunk train
Lovingly cared for by the terrific Travel Town volunteers who have turned this one time junkyard into a real railroad museum once again are this wigwag and this California Western RS12, one of the... (more)
San Joaquin Valley Railroad GP9 65, still wearing the colors and markings of former owner California Western, brings a short train across the Southern Pacific's mainline at Goshen Junction, Califo... (more)
San Joaquin Valley Railroad GP9 65, still wearing the colors and markings of former owner California Western, is ex-Southern Pacific 3411, ex-SP 3428, and was originally owned by SP subsidiary Tex... (more)
On a "photographer's special", California Western #45 exits Tunnel #1 and crosses the Noyo River on the first photo run of the day
Not long after motorcar The Skunk departed for Willits, eager passengers watch as the next train, the diesel powered The Super Skunk, positions itself for loading. Today's train is ... (more)
California Western's The Skunk departs Fort Bragg, California, on its eastbound trip to Willits on July 5, 1976. Motorcar M-300 was built by AC&F.
Saturday June 13th, motor car M-300 has turned at Northspur and is ready to return to Willits. As soon as M-300 departs, 2-8-2 #45 will also turn and take its train back to Fort Bragg
On Sunday, June 14th, California Western operated a photo special from Fort Bragg to Northspur and return. This is the first photo run done at the Eastern end of Tunnel #1 and the first crossing ... (more)
Enjoying a day off from excursions, WP 713 and California western M200 rest at Brightside Yard.