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Direct Traffic Control on the NWP
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When we sold the north end (MP 142.5 - Samoa) in 1984, I recall the Eureka Southern began operation using train orders, Direct Traffic Control was implemented on the south end (Schellville - Willits)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Emilio Galo Mar 19.

Albion Branch and Trindad Branch Timetable Pages

I need PDF or scanned copies of the employee timetable pages for the Albion and Trinidad Branches (1920s). If anyone has these available please contact me.Dave Bernsteindavebernstein9@aol.comContinue

Tags: employee timetable, Trinidad, Albion

Started Feb 15, 2014

 

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Emilio Galo replied to David M. Bernstein's discussion Direct Traffic Control on the NWP
"I'll try to see what I can find on the web. I am also building the Eel River portion of NWP in Train Simulator."
Mar 19
David M. Bernstein posted a discussion

Direct Traffic Control on the NWP

When we sold the north end (MP 142.5 - Samoa) in 1984, I recall the Eureka Southern began operation using train orders, Direct Traffic Control was implemented on the south end (Schellville - Willits) shortly after the sale, probably in 1985. Does anyone recall when DTC replaced train order operation on the north end? My documentation has a large gap in tine, Eureka Southern Timetable No. 1 (1985) is train order operation, North Coast Railroad Timetable No. 1 (1993) is Direct Traffic Control…See More
Mar 18
David M. Bernstein posted a discussion

Albion Branch and Trindad Branch Timetable Pages

I need PDF or scanned copies of the employee timetable pages for the Albion and Trinidad Branches (1920s). If anyone has these available please contact me.Dave Bernsteindavebernstein9@aol.comSee More
Feb 15, 2014

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At 6:46am on August 1, 2012, Mark Drury said…

Welcome to the NWPRR Network, David! Please take a look around and let me know if you have any questions or comments. We're adding content daily and actively recruiting new members -- please feel free to invite your own friends if you think they may be interested. Regards,

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