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Scott Kremer
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  • Santa Rosa, CA
  • United States

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Dave S. commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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5pm Westbound Across Brazos

"Mike John:  not exactly.  Read the full story of the "Schellville Turn Spashdown" here: http://nilesdepot.org/niles/wreck.html"
Nov 5
Richard C. Brand commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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5pm Westbound Across Brazos

"Mike: Thanks for resurrecting this photo.  If indeed 1501 and 1922 are running in tandem and 1501 seems to be running richer which is less fuel efficient. Last month in the picture of 1922 in the "dead line" I had conjectured that she…"
Nov 4
Mike John commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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2009 dead intow to Windsor

"I always knew those hideous "hybrids" would have issues. Union Pacific is using there engines less because on the hump they would need 3 engines but for SD40-2s only 2 are needed. Also, they only use these switchers when they have to…"
Nov 3
Mike John commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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5pm Westbound Across Brazos

"On this bridge several decades back, 2 runaway GP9s fell into the water because of children playing around while they were idle."
Nov 3
Scott Kremer replied to Ian B.'s discussion Best time to photograph/see NWP operations?
"Unless your into night photos, you wont see much of the NWP operating in the daylight hours on the mainline to Petaluma. Usually the crew goes on duty around 430 PM at Ignacio, for the run to Schellville/Lombard then back to Ignacio and they sit…"
Nov 1
Scott Kremer commented on Ian B.'s blog post NWP #1922 today
"Yes, Chad. SMART owns the track from Brazos, I believe the interchange area in Lombard to Brazos as well, all the way to, I believe, Healdsburg (Including San Rafael) "
Oct 27
Scott Kremer commented on Ian B.'s blog post NWP #1922 today
"Joseph, last I heard, the 1501 does not have PTC installed. Only 2009 does at this time. "
Oct 26
Richard C. Brand commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"While opening this site, the great Ron Close 2013 picture of 1922 sitting at Standard Structures while lumber was being offloaded for Mead Clark in Santa Rosa.  Anyone know why Mead Clark isn't still using the NWP for incoming delivery or…"
Aug 15
Chris commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"I was under the impression that 1501 is as well"
Aug 13
Scott Kremer commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"Chris, no, 1922 does not have PTC... Only 2009 does at this time. "
Aug 13
Chris commented on Scott Kremer's photo
Aug 12
Scott Kremer posted a status
"NWP 2009 Northbound through Schellville bound for Petaluma. 8 PM"
Aug 12
Scott Kremer commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"Richard, 1922 sits in Schellville in the deadline along with the 007 and a caboose.... Not exactly sure why...."
Aug 11
Richard C. Brand commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"but back to the fundamental question where is 1922?"
Aug 10
Carl O'Connor commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"I wonder how much nwp charges to transload a load. I did not see it on thier tarrif."
Aug 10
Richard C. Brand commented on Scott Kremer's photo
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NWP 1922 at Standard Structures. February of 2015

"Carl: NWP having to transload lumber that is already loaded on a truck and having to make a trip up to Windsor for one centerbeam may not be able to compete cost-wise with trucking."
Aug 10

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How did you learn about the NWPRR Network?
Searching the internet for the "New NWP" photos
Favorite NWP locomotive or piece of rolling stock, if you have one?
GP9 #1922

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