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Just thought I'd get a blog started on the different horns in use on the NWP both past and present.
Pictures and descriptions soon to follow.
There are several different horns in use on the NWP currently but the only horn actually owned by the railroad is a Nathan Airchime K3LA. It uses a common trumpet combination of 1 2 and 4A and sounds just like 70% of the mainline railroad power running out there. And that is the reason why it isn't…Continue
this is my first post on this network. I love it so far. Great community as I see it. I live in sonoma, so the nearest stop on the NWP would be Schellville. I've always had a keen interest in the rails and the engines that ride em.
Thats where my questions come in. I went by there yesterday, for the first time, and observed the 1922 and a few others. Really got me excited. But they were behind closed fence. Today, however, I went by and there was a dodge SUV parked…Continue