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Richard Steingruber posted a status
"1501,2611,and 007 are in Schellville cage. There are more tank cars in storage."
Jun 6
Richard Steingruber replied to Richard Sotelo's discussion The City of Corte Madera wants a SMART station and Track to Larkspur
"After tiburon closed the line ended at the old Interbay lumber company just south of Corte Madera."
Jun 1
Richard Steingruber replied to Richard Sotelo's discussion The City of Corte Madera wants a SMART station and Track to Larkspur
"The old Sausalito branch began south of the draw bridge under the freeway and passed by Handicup factory which was a rail shipper."
Jun 1
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"2009 parked at willow brook spur."
Jun 1
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Richard: The question of why Willowbrook Feeds stopped taking rail carloads is best answered by either or both the NWP and Willowbrook.  Previously there was an employee of NWP who participated in our discussions. But it is a business issue for…"
May 24
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Rather then dwelling on spelling and grammer,does anyone know why WB did not use rail for a period of time?"
May 24
Al Merkrebs commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Thank you, Richard Brand, for a detailed and correctly spelled answer."
May 24
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Willowbrook is a livestock feed supplier on the RoW just south of Penngrove in Sonoma County. They have been an NWP customer since the line was reopened except for some period last year."
May 24
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Willow brook feeds in Petaluma. I though everyone knew that."
May 24
Al Merkrebs commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Richard, Where and what is Willow Brook? Thanks, Al"
May 24
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"Perhaps willow brook got their grain from overseas via the port of Oakland and tariffs made them switch to somewhere else??? Just a thought."
May 24
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"2009 is now parked at willow brook spur."
May 24
Jennifer commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Here's some discussion on the subject from last June I found by doing a google search.  It's from the alatamont thing fwiw, ymmv, etc."
May 23
Richard C. Brand commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"Richard, good question.  You will have to as C P for your answer."
May 22
Richard Steingruber posted a status
"So why did willow brook stop using rail and now use it again??"
May 22
Scott Kremer commented on Richard Steingruber's status
"20 of the hoppers are the ones from Windsor, I believe. "
May 15

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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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