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Jason Peterich
  • Santa Rosa, CA
  • United States

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Jason Peterich commented on Mark Drury's photo
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nwp San Rafael-Eureka 010

"Easier said than done... Switches are incredibly expensive to install, especially this day and age. It would cost Mead Clark a fortune."
Apr 13
Jason Peterich commented on Mark Drury's photo
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nwp San Rafael-Eureka 010

"This is a neat little map. Shows the track plans for the wye for the branch to the North Street yard; or at least the beginning of it. This was probably drawn up after the freeway was built, but before the wye was ripped up. Cool stuff!"
Apr 11
Jason Peterich commented on Luketherailfan's photo
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Yreka depot falling apart.

"Doesn’t look that bad to me..."
Apr 8
Jason Peterich commented on Scott Kremer's video
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39 Car Train on the NWP - 03/24/2019

"If only 1501 had a Nathan P3! Awesome sounds, especially at 5:05 when the engineer throttles up."
Mar 25
Jason Peterich commented on Luketherailfan's photo
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1922 in BN paint

"The reason it didn’t have ditchlights at the time is because they weren’t required by the FRA until by the end of 1997. Pictures of it (BNSF 1628) in 2003 show ditchlights were added."
Mar 19
Jason Peterich commented on Luketherailfan's photo
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1922 in BN paint

"The reasoning it didn’t have ditchlights at the time is because they weren’t required by the FRA until by the end of 1997."
Mar 19
Jason Peterich commented on Luketherailfan's photo
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1922 in BN paint

"This is in fact our NWP 1922. BNSF 1922 (currently) is a SD40-2. NWP 1922 was originally Northern Pacific 337, then Burlington Northern 1922, then BNSF 1628, then BUGX 337, and finally NWP (BUGX) 1922"
Mar 19
Jason Peterich commented on Luketherailfan's photo
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1922 in BN paint

"This is in fact the NWP 1922. BNSF 1922 (currently) is a SD40-2. NWP 1922 was original Northern Pacific 337, then Burlington Northern 1922, then BNSF 1628, then BUGX 337, and finally to NWP (BUGX) 1922."
Mar 19
Jason Peterich commented on Zachary M. Toler's photo
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9/26/2015

"They are. They have been painted completely in primer gray."
Mar 9
Jason Peterich commented on Zachary M. Toler's photo
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HUNT & BEHRENS!!!

"Not true; NWP serves H&B on monday and thursday usually around 10 PM or so. I caught them switching it around that time a few weeks ago."
Mar 9
Richard C. Brand commented on Jason Peterich's photo
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Highway 128, Geyserville

"Most likely because NCRA has very limited funds available."
Mar 4
Scott Parnell commented on Jason Peterich's photo
Mar 3
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Mar 3
Scott Parnell commented on Jason Peterich's photo
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Highway 128, Geyserville

"jason does LW mean light weight i like to study railroad crossings."
Mar 3
Scott Parnell commented on Jason Peterich's photo
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Washington School Road, Cloverdale

"I guess it was a diffren't cantilever im thinking about in Asti"
Mar 3
Jason Peterich posted photos
Mar 3

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I used to be a member, but didn’t use the website anymore. However, I would like to comment and share again!
Favorite NWP locomotive or piece of rolling stock, if you have one?
NWP 1501

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