Dedicated to Sharing the Heritage of Redwood Empire Railroading
Time: January 28, 2019 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Monroe Hall
Street: 1400 West College Ave
City/Town: Santa Rosa, CA
Website or Map: http://www.nwprrhs.org/calend…
Event Type: presentations
Organized By: Northwestern Pacific Railroad Historical Society
Latest Activity: Nov 29, 2018
The next program will be on Monday January 28, 2019
President Charlie Siebenthal will present an illustrated talk on the history of the San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad. The SF&NP, also known as the "Donahue Road," was built from Donahue on Petaluma Creek to Santa Rosa and then extended to Healdsburg and Cloverdale, partialy funded be a Sonoma County bond issue. Eventually extended to Uliah, Guerneville, San Rafael and Tiburon, the SF&NP was the standard gauge mainline of what was to become the NWPRR.
The program is free to the public so bring a friend to Monroe Hall, 1400 West College Ave, Santa Rosa.
Parking in the rear of the building.
Take 101 to the College Avenue exit. Turn west onto College Avenue. Monroe Hall is on the left just past the Safeway Store.
For further information please contact Charlie Siebenthal at 707-838-8882 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please mark this date on your calendars.
Doors open at 7:30 pm., with the program starting at 8. Refreshments will be served. There is no charge, although donations to cover the cost of renting Monroe Hall are welcome.
If you wish to receive an email reminder of each program please send an email entitled "WN list" to Charlie Siebenthal at email@example.com your email address will be held confidential.