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I apologize if this is old news. I haven't logged into this site in over a year. Good to see lots of activity. It's 7:52pm and I can hear the horns in downtown SR from my kitchen table. Awesome.I was…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by David L ILLICH Apr 26, 2014.
Hi all. There are lots of available "adopt-a-highway" signs on 101, 37 or 121. If we had enough interest we could sign up for the program and get NWPRR.NET on the sign which might bring some extra…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by HUTCH 7.62 Jun 9, 2012.
I've been wondering how many actual locomotives are still lingering at points along the line. I suppose the term "roster" isn't exactly the proper term to use, but I would like to see a list of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Zachary M. Toler Feb 21, 2012.
Does anyone know the history of this NVR unit #62? For the last two weeks I've been working across the street from the NVR yard and I notice they use her as a switcher to push #72 and 73 around…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Chad Gustafson Feb 12, 2012.
My daily commute takes me through Schellville and in the mornings I go through pretty early so 1922 and the Red Bandit are usually just sitting quietly in their cage. On the way home in the afternoon I always look to see if 2009 is out and about and sometimes she is back in the cage but facing north instead of south (I assume she turns around at the Novato "Y"? Please forgive my novice terminology if I'm incorrect). I haven't seen 1922 move from the back of the cage in a long time but this…Continue
Posted on April 26, 2012 at 8:40pm — 8 Comments
It looks like the CFNR has an opening for conductor/engineer. Posted on 2/14/12. Simply choose California as the search parameter and it will come up.
Posted on February 19, 2012 at 5:53am