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RED CABOOSE NWP STOCK CARS
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 In the 4/2011 Railroad Model Craftsman on page 16 is an announcement that Red Caboose has NWP, 1946-1952 stock cars. They also have SP models from 1946-47 and 1952. All are 39.95 each. Good to see…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wynn Nelson Mar 30, 2011.

Con-Cor

Cory, yes these are the ones, in the SP of course. I wonder why they did them in green? Oh well.WynnContinue

Started Mar 1, 2011

Con-Cor
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Con-Cor has a new SP 65 ft. pass. car coming out soon. They look a lot like pictures I find, but I can not find any thing about the length. They always talk about the seating and such, BUT not about…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Drury Mar 4, 2011.

 

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At 7:28pm on December 19, 2009, Chad Gustafson said…
OH yes now i know where that is, i just needed a refreshing.
My dad had a call out that way a few days ago.
thanks!
-Chad
At 6:39pm on December 19, 2009, Don Arata said…
Wynn, Nice to be remembered. As far the the McMurray ranch, I went to school with Steve Hunter, his family lived on the ranch. My father was a sub mail carrier for Ralph in the 1960's.

No, I never got into Model RR.
At 3:26pm on December 19, 2009, Chad Gustafson said…
Also, west side road, thats in Santa Rosa?
At 3:24pm on December 19, 2009, Chad Gustafson said…
I am building a fictional branch line of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa as if it ran today, from Petaluma to Grandview, a fictional town. and later i hope to build the california western. But it is a small, 4x8 switching layout.
thank you..
-chad
At 1:48pm on December 19, 2009, Mark Drury said…
Wynn, I envy you your layout room! I currently don't have space in my home for a layout, with two small children and a wife who wishes to keep our guest room/office intact, but I'm in the process of joining the West Bay Model Railroad Association (http://home.earthlink.net/~pesce/westbay1.htm), which is just a few blocks from my home, and they plan to tear out their existing layout (3 gauges) and rebuild in HO-only, so I'll be politicking for a little NWP space if that does happen (most of the people in the club are SP fans, but there's some interest in the NWP, as well). I'm interested in the 1948-1952 era, too -- please keep us updated on your plans and progress! Regards,

Mark D.
At 12:10pm on December 19, 2009, Wynn Nelson said…
HI Chad; Sorry, I meant to say we are going to model in the early 1950s, 51 or 52. like all we can have both steam and diesel running. My wife lived and grew up on Grove street and saw a lot of trains. I was out on West Side Rd., so spent a lot of time waiting for trains to clear the Healdsburg Ave/West side junction.
Are you modeling NWP also and if so which section?
Cheers
Wynn Nelson
At 10:29am on December 19, 2009, Chad Gustafson said…
Hello Mr. Wynn,
I read your update that you are going to build the nwp in HO scale. i was wondering what era you are going to operate your layout.
Thank you..
-Chad
At 8:51pm on December 3, 2009, Gus Campagna said…
Hi Wynn,
You are confusing me with another member, I currently do not have a layout. I am planning on doing the California Western at some point in time.
I am the Secretary of the NWPRRHS. I will send you a pdf of the plan and station map list if you'd like. Send me a private e-mail at nwprrhs-sec@comcast.net.
You can join the NWPRRHS Society for $35.00 per year and get 6 newsletters and 2 Northwesterner magazines with stories and articles about the NWP. Go to the Society's home page linked at the top of this site.
Gus
At 10:24am on December 3, 2009, Gus Campagna said…
Hi Wynn,
The NWPRRHS has a great list of maps available. They are listed in the current Headlight newsletter for the Society. Allen Tacy, former Archivist for the Society, made station maps for most of the NWP right of way. Most maps are dated and show trackage and railroad buildings and some features around the station. I am the Society Secretary.
Gus Campagna
At 9:20am on December 3, 2009, Mark Drury said…
Welcome to the NWPRR Network, Wynn! Please take a look around and let me know if you have any questions or comments. I'm adding content daily and am actively recruiting new members -- please feel free to invite your own friends if you think they may be interested. Regards,

Mark Drury
 
 
 

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