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Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Update-1501 & 2009 are parked at willowbrook spur with a string of hoppers."
Aug 10
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Update-1501,2009,and 2611 in Shellville cage."
Aug 6
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Color was gray with some blue."
Jul 31
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Could not get photo to post."
Jul 31
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Tried to post picture from this iphon"
Jul 31
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Sounds like a Daylight or Lark name.  Color???"
Jul 31
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Richard.  Need a photo.  Do you have a smart phone to grab a shot? Not that hard to post here. BTW isn't that cage getting full?"
Jul 30
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Marking on baggage car is GGMX 6752. Passenger car is Port of Tillamook Bay."
Jul 30
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Update-an old baggage and a 2 story passenger car in Schellville cage- must have come from GGRM."
Jul 30
C. P. Huntington commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Richard, see my other comment explaining which cars are which."
Jul 30
C. P. Huntington commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"there were three Lagunitas malt cars at the north end of Burdell, but have since been moved to Lagunitas. The storage cars are a similar style as grain hoppers but are indeed different, even if they look the same. other than the 3 Lagunitas cars,…"
Jul 30
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"You mean the ones on the south end.  See my other post tonite.  The ones on the spur north of the land fill look like grain cars. BTW as to the land fill at Burdell, why isn't the materials coming into the station then being hauled…"
Jul 29
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"CP.  That has me lol. The cars at the south end of Burdell which were previously stored on the Windsor spur are still isolated from the others which I have to assume are empties from the feed cos."
Jul 29
C. P. Huntington commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Alot. SMART just gets the complaints."
Jul 29
C. P. Huntington commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Remember, the hoppers stored at Burdell are not grain hoppers. WillowBROOK is shipping cars again now after a long hiatus."
Jul 29
Luketherailfan commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Sadly not. It’s vacant right now, but if it was still in service trains would still probably serve it. "
Jul 28

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At 12:18pm on January 4, 2013, Scott Kremer said…

Welcome:)

At 10:00pm on January 3, 2013, Mark Drury said…

Welcome to the NWPRR Network, Richard! 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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