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Mendocino County Railway Society Newsletter Excerpts

Stumbled upon this interesting webpage.  Fifteen years of history on the NWP route from 1989 through 2004.  Topics include:  Eureka Souther…

Started by Dave S.

2 Mar 12
Reply by Richard C. Brand

Eureka Businessman Rob Arkley interviewed on East-West Rail & scraping railcars @ the Balloon Track, among other things He sounds very confident that this will go through...  

Started by Zachary M. Toler

8 Nov 13, 2012
Reply by Bob Cleek

THA gets Falk locomotive

With Fort Humboldt State park on the closure list, concerns arose of what was going to happen to the logging artifacts and locomotives. Whi…

Started by Lawrence LaBranche

3 Oct 7, 2011
Reply by Lawrence LaBranche

Security National, Baykeeper settle Balloon Track suit; agreement has SN paying Baykeeper $1.8 million, allowing input on cleanup (from the Times-Standard, Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010)

This story can be found here -"> I just…

Started by Zachary M. Toler

20 Sep 4, 2011
Reply by Zachary M. Toler

Eureka mayor candidates debate budget, Balloon Track (from the Times-Standard, Thursday, 10-7-10)

I figured I'd post this, since part of it is Balloon Track/Marina Center related. This story can be found here- http://www.times-standard.c

Started by Zachary M. Toler

3 Aug 25, 2011
Reply by Zachary M. Toler

Fort Humboldt also on closure list

Fort Humboldt in Eureka, CA is also on the closure list. Affected is the mini logging museum, with the steam donkeys, and notable locomotiv…

Started by Lawrence LaBranche

0 May 15, 2011

Eureka Circus Train 1993?

When I was in preschool, I seen a photo of a SP or possible NCRA GP9 in Eureka on the tracks next to what I believe was a circus train. I t…

Started by Zachary M. Toler

0 Nov 5, 2010


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