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NWP 2009 at Ignacio Wye

This image was captured on Sunday morning, Nov. 5, 2017, and shows NWP 2009 with empty grain cars (six total) tied down on the north leg of the Ignacio wye, pointed compass east, toward Black Point.

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Comment by Chad Glover on Monday
Might be debris from Napa is going there. I heard much of Sonoma county is going to Livermore by truck but also heard there is a staging area at the Mecham Rd site. I know there is an endless parade of trucks out of Coffee Park right now.
Comment by Dave S. on Monday

Napa Pipe is on the CFNR line, but that site also has barge access.  Seems weird to truck Sonoma debris  all the way over there.  I might go look next weekend.

Comment by Carl O'Connor on Monday
I've heard that debris is being transloaded in Napa at the old Napa pipe location. So I am assuming debris will be trucked to there. Looks like nwp loses out again.
Comment by Richard C. Brand on November 13, 2017 at 11:44pm

Chad:

I've seen TV pictures of residential debris being loaded by cleanup crews onto dump trucks so they must be hauling truck-sized loads somewhere.

Comment by Ian B. on November 13, 2017 at 6:17pm

I passed the setup on Saturday on the SMART train; did they move it by Monday morning?

Comment by Chad Gustafson on November 13, 2017 at 5:42pm
I don't think they've really even begun a clean up the size requiring a railcar.... I know many people are still sifting through their properties...
Comment by Richard C. Brand on November 12, 2017 at 7:03pm

Given that there are no hoppers in the concise it looks like the NWP has not been hired to haul debris away from the fire zones.   Bummer if that means it will be putting more trucks on 101.

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