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:278 [Trenton station during flooding.]

 

:279 "High Water". Feb. 3, 1915. Guerneville, Cal. [Photograph by Belden and Uppdrug Co.]

 

:280 Mill Valley. [During hail storm. Station at left.]

 

:281 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad]. No. 8. [Wreck scene.]

 

:282 Novato. 1908. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. [Wreck scene.]

 

:283 Novato. [Wreck scene. 1908. Northwestern Pacific.]

 

:284 Novato. [Wreck scene. 1908. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 Novato. [Man on tracks; wrecked train in distance. 1908. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 Novato. [Wreck scene. 1908. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 Tiburon. No. 112. [June 29, 1913. Engine in water, after pier collapse. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 Tiburon. [June 29, 1913. Engine No. 112 being pulled from water. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney.] [Duplicate of 58:294.]

 

:290 Wreck of Northwestern Pacific R.R. engine No. 154 and train near Novato, Cal., July 3, 1908. This was a 2-6- 0 engine built by Baldwin in 1908 so was new when wrecked. The engineer, Phillip Hyde and Fireman, Phillip Redmond were badly scalded and injured. Engineer Hyde died after being taken to a hospital. The tender truck jumped the track pulling the engine over with it when it turned over. The above photo is from the collection of Serg. F.X. Latulipe of the S.F.P.D. [i.e. San Francisco Police Department] and the following four [i.e. Nos. 58:291-294] from Phillip Redmond, who was the Fireman in this wreck.

 

:291 Near Novato. [Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad No. 154 and train. July 3, 1908.]

 

:292 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific], July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney.] [Duplicate of 58:293.]

 

:293 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific], July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney. Postcard.] [Duplicate of 58:292.]

 

:294 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific], July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney.] [Duplicate of 58:289.]

 

:295 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney.]

 

:296 Wreck on N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. July 3, 08 [i.e. 1908], at Novato. [Photograph by G. Butney.]

 

:297 [Unidentified engine being pulled from water.]

 

:298 "Phil's Wreck". [July 3, 1908. Engine No. 154 and train. Novato. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 106. Wreck scene. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 106. Wreck scene. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300a 1913, N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 106.

 

:301 First train crossing temporary trestle at wreck of Ukiah Express near Hopland, Calif. Oct. 30, 1911. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by M.D. Silberstein.]

 

:302 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Near Ukiah. Oct. 29, 1911. Caused by cow. [Wreck scene Engine No. 23.]

 

:303 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Oct. 29, 1911. Caused by cow. [Wreck scene. Engine No. 23.] [Photograph by B. Saunders.]

 

:304 [Wreck of San Francisco and North Pacific No. 23. October 29, 1911.]

 

:305 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Oct. 29, 1911. Caused by cow.

 

:306 Lagunitas. 1922. [Wreck of Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 Petaluma. [Wreck. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 Petaluma. [Wreck. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck. Engines No. 18 and 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck. Engines No. 18 and 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 Ignacio. Northwestern Pacific Nos. 18 and 20. [August 8, 1910.]

 

:312 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:313 [Ignacio. August 8, 1910. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:314 Ignacio. [August 8, 1910. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:315 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:316 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:317 [Ignacio. August 8, 1910. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:318 [August 8, 1910. Ignacio. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:319 Ignacio. [August 8, 1910. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:320 Ignacio. [August 8, 1910. Wreck of Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 18 and 20.]

 

:321 No. 141. Largo. No. 184. [February 28, 1929.]

 

:322 Largo. [February 28, 1929. Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 141 and 184.]

 

:323 Largo. [February 28, 1929. Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 141 and 184.]

 

:324 [Largo. February 28, 1929. Northwestern Pacific Railroad Nos. 141 and 184.]

 

:325 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. Largo collision, 2-28-29. Eng. 184. At Tiburon. [1929.]

 

:326 [Tiburon. Engines 184 and 141, following Largo collision of February 28, 1929.]

 

:327 Tiburon, Largo wreck. [February 28, 1929. Engines 141 and 184. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 Novato. [Derailed cars. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:329 Novato. [Derailed cars. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:330 Glen Ellen Branch. [Wreck. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 Wreck of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Engine No. 13. Between Fallon and Clark's Summit. 1890s. Leo DeSella & Chas. Phelps, Conductor, left. E.H. Shoemaker, Supt. (with back to engine), right.

 

:332 Wreck of engine No. 13. Engine was backing from Tomales to Valley Ford. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:333 [Wreck of North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 13. Fallon. 1890s.]

 

:334 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 13. Fallon, Calif. [1890s.]

 

:335 Wreck of Engine No. 9. Caused by striking a bull on the track. Near San Quentin. April 17, 1882. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:336 [Ramming of tender car. Engine No. 3, North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:337 Wreck of Engine No. 19 and Train on Tomales Bay. Near Fishermens' (Marconi). December 1, 1907. Riley, engineer; Curtis, fireman; Bellows, conductor; McDonald, bridge supt.; Roy Graves & Ethel Walsh (Graves), passengers. [Photograph by Zoe Grandi Sorensen.]

 

:338 Wreck of Engine No. 19 & train. December 1, 1907. [Tomales Bay. Photograph by Zoe Sorensen.] [Duplicate of 58:340.]

 

:339 Wreck on Tomales Bay. December 1, 1907. [Engine No. 19. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Zoe Grandi Sorensen.]

 

:340 Wreck of Engine No. 19 and train on Tomales Bay. Near Fisherman's (Marconi). December 1, 1907. Roy Graves & Ethel Walsh (Mrs. Graves) were passengers. [Photograph by Zoe Grandi Sorensen. Duplicate of 58:338.]

 

:341 Railroad wreck. Dec. 1, 07 [i.e. 1907]. [Engine No. 19. Tomales Bay.]

 

:342 Wreck of Engine No. 2. Millwood (Mill Valley). [Photograph by W. Sorel.]

 

:343 Wreck of North Pacific Coast R.R. engine No. 4 at Waldo Point, near Sausalito, in 1894. View looking east toward Sausalito and shows the engine on its side in the bay. It was rebuilt and saw service until 1907. W.S. Keefe collection.

 

:344 Wreck of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 4 at Waldo Point in 1894. View looking west toward Manzanita, Calif. and shows the tender of the engine on the right-of-way with wheels and wood fuel scattered about. W.S. Keefe collection.

 

:345 [Wreck of No. 19. Tomales Bay. December 1, 1907.]

 

:346 R.R. wreck. Dec. 1, 07 [i.e. 1907]. Tomales, Marin Co., Cal. [Engine No. 19.]

 

:347 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 3. Mill Valley Junction. 1904.

 

:348 White's Hill. [Derailed cars. North Shore Railway.]

 

:349 North Shore Ry. coach No. 6. Wrecked at bridge No. 39 across Papermill Creek near Point Reyes station. June 21, 1903. Two passengers killed. Many injured. Passengers returning from Warren Dutton funeral. Special train.

 

:350 This photo and the photos on the following page [i.e. Nos. 58:351-352] are of the wreck of the North Shore Ry. train caused by the earthquake of April 18, 1906. The train was standing on a siding at Point Reyes, Cal. getting ready to leave for Sausalito when the earthquake came at 5:13 a.m. and was so severe that it turned the complete train over on its side. The engine is N.S.Ry. No. 14. The fireman, McNab, was on the engine when the shake started. The engineer, Will King is standing at head end of engine in second picture. First and Third [58:351?] photos from Serg. F.X. Latulipe. Second photo [58:352?] from L.S. Slevin collections. [Acquired] 1934.

 

:351 [Point Reyes. North Shore Railway No. 14. After earthquake of April 18, 1906.]

 

:352 [Will King, engineer. Point Reyes. North Shore Railway No. 14. After earthquake of April 18, 1906.]

 

:353 1906. North Shore Ry. Tomales. Earthquake damage.

 

:354 Duncans Mills. Wreck of El Bonito Hotel. April, 1906.

 

:355 Austin Creek. Elm Grove. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 9. [January 1, 1894. Reproduced from painting.]

 

:356 N.S. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 14. Near Cazadero. 1905.

 

:357 Whites Hill. [Derailed cars. North Shore Railway.]

 

:358 [Wreck scene. Unidentified train.]

 

:359 [Derailed cars. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad boneyard. Point Reyes.]

 

:361 Northwestern Pacific narrow gauge boneyard at Point Reyes. 1931. G.H. Kneiss.

 

:362 [Unidentified engine.]

 

:363 [Wrecked interior. Unidentified train.]

 

:364 ["The Only Living Witness, Story of the Conductor of the Locomotive That Crashed Through the Austin Creek Bridge." Reproduction of article on wreck of North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 9, January 1, 1894. Includes Nos. 58:364-366a. From unidentified print source.]

 

:365 ["The Only Living Witness, Story of the Conductor of the Locomotive That Crashed Through the Austin Creek Bridge." Reproduction of article on wreck of North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 9, January 1, 1894. Includes Nos. 58:364-366a. From unidentified print source.]

 

:366 ["The Only Living Witness, Story of the Conductor of the Locomotive That Crashed Through the Austin Creek Bridge." Reproduction of article on wreck of North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 9, January 1, 1894. Includes Nos. 58:364-366a. From unidentified print source.]

 

:366a ["The Only Living Witness, Story of the Conductor of the Locomotive That Crashed Through the Austin Creek Bridge." Reproduction of article on wreck of North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 9, January 1, 1894. Includes Nos. 58:364-366a. From unidentified print source.]

 

:367 Sausalito. [Wreck scene. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:368 Tiburon. [June 29, 1913. Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:369 Eel River, Scotia Bluffs. [Wrecked engine. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:370 North Portal. Puerto Sello. [Fire in tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:371 Aug., 1966. [Workers at Puerto Sello Tunnel.]

 

:372 Puerto Sello Tunnel. Aug., 1966.

 

:373 [Unidentified electric train.]

 

:374 Petaluma & Santa Rosa Ry. No. 67. Taken prior to the other picture [i.e. 58:375]. Color at this time was same but striping and lettering was in gold leaf. Note "railway" in name instead of "railroad". [Electric car.]

 

:375 [Electric car No. 67. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad. Cf. 68:374.]

 

:376 [Electric car No. 57. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad.]

 

:377 [Electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad. Duplicate of 58:380.]

 

:378 [Electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad?]

 

:379 Santa Rosa. [Electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad?]

 

:380 [Electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa. Duplicate of 58:377.]

 

:381 P. & S.R. [i.e. Petaluma and Santa Rosa] Railway Depot. Sebastopol, Cal. Worth's Pharmacy. [1912?]

 

:382 Fourth St., Santa Rosa. [No. 68S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:383 Fourth St. from Mendocino Av., Santa Rosa. [No. 702S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:384 P. & S.R.R. [i.e. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad] Co. Depot. Sebastopol, California.

 

:385 Fruit Packing House, Sebastopol. [No. 231S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:386 Junction of Three Electric Lines, Sebastopol. [No. 225S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:387 Main Street, Sebastopol. [No. 224S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:388 [Sebastopol station. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:389 View from Valle Vista, Sebastopol. [No. 220S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:390 View from Valle Vista, Sebastopol. [No. 221S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:391 Gravenstein Apple Show, Sebastopol, 1910. [No. 2. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:392 Electric Depot, Sebastopol, Cal.

 

:393 Two Rock. [Electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad.]

 

:394 At Two Rock. 1st day of Electric P. & S.R. [i.e. Petaluma and Santa Rosa] Railroad.

 

:395 Forestville, Cal. [Station. Car No. 51. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad.]

 

:396 [Forestville station. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad.]

 

:397 Graton. [No. 442S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:398 [Train. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad.]

 

:399 [Electric work engine No. 502. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:400 Nov., 1938. Sebastopol. [Electric work engine No. 1010. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:401 [Electric work engine No. 1008. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:402 [Electric work engine No. 1010. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:403 [Sebastopol. Electric work engine No. 506. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:404 [Electric freight engine No. 1. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:405 [Electric freight engines and cars. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:406 Electric Freight Service, Sebastopol. [No. 226S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:407 [Man and electric car. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:408 [Electric car No. 55. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:409 [Caboose No. 07. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:410 [Electric car No. 55. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:411 [Electric work engine No. 502. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:412 [Electric work engine No. 412. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:413 [Lacking.]

 

:414 [Electric car No. 57. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:415 June, 1938. Petaluma. [Caboose No. 1. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:416 [Cars. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:417 [Freight car No. 100. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

:418 [Freight car No. 112. Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company.]

 

Volume 59: Northwestern Pacific Railroad (Standard Gauge) -- Locomotives

 

:1 [Engine No. 1. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 [Engine No. 1. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 [Engine No. 2. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [Engine No. 2. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 [Engine No. 2. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Engine No. 3. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 [Engine No. 3. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 [Engine No. 3. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 3. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [Engines No. 4 and 160. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 [Engine No. 4. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 4. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 [Engine No. 4 and 161. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Engine No. 4. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 [Engine No. 4. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 4 and train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 4. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Engine No. 5. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Engine No. 5. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 5. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 6. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 6. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 6. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 6. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 6. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:33 [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 9, 4-4-0, built by Grant Loco. Wks. in 1883. Cyl. 16" x 24"; Driv. 59 in.; Wt. 66,700-lb.; W.P. 140-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 9.

 

:42 Engine 8. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 9. At Monte Rio about 1909. Ed. Laws collection. 1933.

 

:45 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 9. During rebuilding? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 9, 4-4-0, rebuilt by N.W.P.R.R. Co. from the old N.W.P.R.R. No. 9 built by Grant Locomotive Works in 1883. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 9. Taken at Tiburon, Calif., about 1931. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:49 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Engine No. 9. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 10. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Engine No. 11. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 [Engine No. 11. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Engine No. 12. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Engine No. 12. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 12. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Depot, Santa Rosa. [Engine No. 12. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:66 [Engines No. 12 and 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 12. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by R.C. Anderson.]

 

:68 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 13. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 14. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 14, 4-4-0, rebuilt by N.W.P .R.R. from the former S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 14, built by Cooke Loco. Wks. in 1888. Cyl. 16" x 24"; Driv. 62 in.; Wt. 79,600-lb.; W.P. 145-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. No. 14, Tiburon. Taken at Sausalito Shops by R.D. Graves in 1930.

 

:76 [Engine No. 14. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 16. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 16. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 Northwestern Pacific R.R No. 17. 4-4-0: Built by Rogers Loco. and Mach. Works in 1889 (No. 4155). Class: E 63-17/24-55. W.P. 140 pounds. TP 13100. Ex S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 17. Scrapped. Sievers.

 

:88 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 18? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 Monte Rio, California. [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:94 Left to right: Engr. Will Speaker, Pea. Nut-Butcher Butch Cramer, Brakeman C.M. McNulty, Condr. Samuel Riese, Brakeman Babe Kingwell. 1908. [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 19, 4-4-0, formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 12. Afterwards rebuilt as shown on next page [i.e. 59:96]. Taken at Tiburon, Calif. about 1907. McFarland collection.

 

:96 [Engine No. 19. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 20, 4-4-0, rebuilt by the N.W.P.R.R. from the S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 13, built by Rogers Loco. Wks. in 1884. Cyl. 18" x 24"; Driv. 69 in.; Wt. 79,700-lb., W.P. 165-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. No. 13, Tom Rogers. Taken at Sausalito Shops.

 

:99 [Engine No. 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Engine No. 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 21. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 Northwestern Pacific Railroad Depot, Santa Rosa, California. [Engine No. 21.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 22. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 22. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Engine No. 22. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 23. 4-4-0:: Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1908. Class: E 69-18/24-79. W.P. 180 pounds. TP 17200.

 

:118 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 Railroadians of America Excursion. At San Rafael. Feb. 23, 1941. Norbert Graves, Charles Mills on left. [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 25. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 30. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 30. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Engine No. 31. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Engine No. 51. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 51. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 [Engine No. 52. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Healdsburg. [Engine No. 52. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 51. 4-4-0:: Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1914. Class: E 63-19/26- 136000. W.P. 200 [pounds]. Scrapped.

 

:139 [Engine No. 52. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 52. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 51. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 52. 4-4-0:: Built by Amerivan [i.e. American] Locomotive Co. in 1914. Class: E 63-19/26-136000. W.P. 200 [pounds]. Scrapped. Sievers.

 

:143 [Engine No. 52. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 53. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 53. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 53. 4-4-0:: Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1914. Class: E 63-19/26-136000. W.P. 200 [pounds]. Scrapped. Shaw.

 

:147 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 53, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1914. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv 63 in.; weight 136,000; W.P. 200-lb. The 53 with the 51, 52 and 54 were of the same type. Taken at Sausalito, Calif. shops by R.D. Graves in 1930.

 

:148 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 54, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1914. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 63 in.; Wt. 136,000-lb.; W.P. 200-lb. This is one of four similar engines built in 1914 by Schenectady. Picture taken at Sausalito, Calif. shops in 1931 by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:149 [Engine No. 54. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 54. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 54. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Engine No. 101. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 101. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 101. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 101. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 102. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 102. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 102. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 102. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 102. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 103, 4-6-0, built by American Locomotive Co. (Richmond Works) in 1901. Cyl. 18" x 24"; Drivers 57 in.; Wt. 108,800-lb., W.P. 180-lb. Photo taken during construction of Willits to Eureka extension of the N.W.P.R.R. This engine was formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 20. Robt. M. Rutherford collection. 1935.

 

:166 [Engine No. 103. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 104. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 104. Ex California Northwestern Railroad. Grant, 1902. Scrapped March, 1936. 57 18/24 92. Taken at Tiburon shortly before being cut up.

 

:169 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 103. S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific] No. 20. Grant, 1901. Scrapped Oct., 1935. 57 18/24 92. Taken at Willits, Dec., 1915.

 

:170 [Engine No. 104. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 105, 4-6-0, built by American Locomotive Co. (Richmond Works) in 1902. Builders No. 25620. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Drivers 57 in.; Wt. 117,000; W.P. 180-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 21. Photo taken in the yard at Tiburon, Cal. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1933.

 

:177 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 106, 4-6-0, built by American Loco. Co. (Richmond Works) in 1902. Builders No. 25621. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 117,000-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 25. Ed. Laws collection.

 

:179 [Engine No. 105. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Post card.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 107. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 107. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 107, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1904. Builders No. 23933. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 57"; Wt. 120,500-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 22. At San Rafael in 1934. R.D. Graves photo.

 

:197 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 109, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1900. Builders No. 18179. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Drivers 57 in.; Wt. 116,800 lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Formerly California Northwestern Ry. No. 1 and later C.N.W. Ry. No. 30.

 

:199 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 108 at Santa Rosa. Nov. 14, 1935. Last No. 202 to Duncan [i.e. Duncans] Mills.

 

:208 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 108, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1904. Builders No. 23934. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Drivers 57 in.; Wt. 120,500-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Formerly S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 23. Taken at Sausalito Shops December 1935. Other engines in line in lower picture [i.e. 59:209] are 227, 23, 52 and 136. R.D. Graves photos. 1935.

 

:209 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. 109. San Rafael, Cal. [January 26, 1941.]

 

:212 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. 109. Tiburon, Cal. [January 26, 1941.]

 

:213 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 109. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Engine No. 110. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Engine No. 110. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:220 [Engine No. 110. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 110. 4-6-0: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1900. Class: T 57-19/26-105. W.P. 180 [pounds]. TP. 25200. Ex S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] No. 19. Silverthorn.

 

:222 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 109. 4-6-0. Tiburon, Cal. [March 22, 1940.]

 

:223 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 111, 4-6-0, built by American Locomotive Co. (Schenectady Works) in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb., W.P. 180-lb. Above at Santa Rosa, Cal., Aug. 18, 1935. Photo [59:223] by D.L. Joslyn. Below at Guerneville, Cal., Nov. 6, 1935. Photo [59:224] by R.D. Graves. (The Guerneville Branch of the N.W.P. was abandoned Nov. 14, 1935.)

 

:224 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 111, 4-6-0, built by American Locomotive Co. (Schenectady Works) in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb., W.P. 180-lb. Above at Santa Rosa, Cal., Aug. 18, 1935. Photo [59:223] by D.L. Joslyn. Below at Guerneville, Cal., Nov. 6, 1935. Photo [59:224] by R.D. Graves. (The Guerneville Branch of the N.W.P. was abandoned Nov. 14, 1935.) [Duplicate of 59:226.]

 

:225 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 111. Guerneville. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 59:224.]

 

:227 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 111. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 Tiburon, California. [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] No. 3105 -- N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 112. San Rafael, Cal. [June 14, 1939.]

 

:238 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Engine No. 113. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 113. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 113. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 [Engine No. 112. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 113, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb.; 180-lb. W.P. The late Frank Redmond, engineer, third from left on ground, from whose brother, Phil. Redmond, this picture was obtained.

 

:253 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 [Engine No. 113. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 114, 4-6-0, built by American Locomotive Co. in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 26"; Dia. of Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Photo taken when engine was waiting to pull first train to Eureka when that section of the road was first opened in 1914. Ed. Laws collection. 1933.

 

:260 Taken October 2, 1931. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Engine No. "113". Petaluma.

 

:261 Taken October 2, 1931. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Engine "114". Petaluma.

 

:262 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 113, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 28"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Both pictures [i.e. 59:262 and 263] taken at Petaluma, Calif., October 2, 1931.

 

:263 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 114, 4-6-0, built by Schenectady Loco. Wks. in 1908. Cyl. 19" x 28"; Driv. 57 in.; Wt. 123,800-lb.; W.P. 180-lb. Both pictures [i.e. 59:262 and 263] taken at Petaluma, Calif., October 2, 1931.

 

:264 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Engine No. 114. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 [Engine No. 129. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 [Engine No. 129. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 [Engine No. 130. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 [Engine No. 130. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 130. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Engine No. 131. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Engine No. 131. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 [Engine No. 131. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 [Engine No. 131. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Engine No. 132. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 [Engine No. 132. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 [Engine No. 133. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 [Engine No. 133. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 [Engine No. 133. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 [Engine No. 133. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283 [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 Victory Loan Special in Humboldt Co. [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 135. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Engine No. 135. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 135. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:292 [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:295a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:296 [Engine No. 137. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:297 [Engine No. 137. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 137. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 137. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 137. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 [Engine No. 138. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 [Engine No. 138. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Engine No. 138. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Engine No. 138. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 [Engine No. 139. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Engine No. 139. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Engine No. 138. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [Engine No. 139. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [Engine No. 140. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 [Engine No. 140. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 [Engine No. 140. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:314 [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:315 [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:317 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:319 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:320 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:324 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:325 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:326 [Engine No. 143. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:327 [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:329 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 143. Healdsburg. 1935.

 

:330 [Engine No. 143. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 151. 2-6-0: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1887. Builders No. 8776. Cyl.: 13" x 22"; Drivers 39"; Wt.: 51,800-lb. Ex S.F. & N.W. [i.e. San Francisco and Northwest] No. 3, E.R. & E.R.R. [i.e. Eel River and Eureka Railroad] No. 3 Defender. Scrapped 9-20-16. Later N.W.P.R.R. No. 351. Lloyd Stine Collection.

 

:332 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 152. 2-6-0: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1886. Builders No. 8092. Cyl.: 17" x 24"; Drivers: 55"; W t.: 86,800-lb.; W.P.: 150 [pounds]. Ex S.F. & N.W. [i.e. San Francisco and Northwest] No. 5; E.R. & E. [i.e. Eel River and Eureka] No. 5; A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe] No. 0179; G.C. & S.F. [i.e. Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe] No. 314, No. 65. Later N.W.P.R.R. No. 352. Lloyd Stine Collection.

 

:333 [Engine No. 153. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:334 [Engine No. 154. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:335 [Engine No. 154. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:336 1911. 1914 -- Renumbered 354. [Engine No. 154. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:337 [Engine No. 154. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:338 [Engine No. 160. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:339 [Engine No. 160. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:340 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 181 [actually 161]. [January, 1918.]

 

:341 [Engine No. 160. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:342 [Train workers.]

 

:343 [Group portrait with dog. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:344 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:345 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 170. San Rafael, Cal. [June 9, 1940.]

 

:346 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:347 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:348 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:349 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:350 [Engine No. 4. Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad.]

 

:351 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:352 [Engine No. 5. Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad.]

 

:353 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:354 [Engine No. 8. Unidentified railroad.]

 

:355 [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:356 [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:357 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 171.

 

:358 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:359 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engine No. 170. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:361 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:362 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:363 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:364 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:365 [Engine No. 171. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:366 [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:367 [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:368 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:369 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 178. At Tiburon, 1918. With Stevenson valve gear. Before being rebuilt.

 

:370 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:371 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No 178. At Healdsburg, 1937. After head light was lowered.

 

:372 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 178. Cloverdale, about 1929.

 

:373 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:374 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:375 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:376 [Engine No. 179. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:377 Baldwin. 1906. Class T-53. 63 21/28 41. Steam 200. Ex Bullfrog. Goldfield No. 11. Purchased by N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 1917.

 

:378 Alco. 1908. Ex L.V. & T. [i.e. Las Vegas and Tonopah] No. 12. Ex N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 129. Purchased by N.W.P. 1917. 63 20/28 142. Class T-54. Steam 200.

 

:379 [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:380 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 179, 4-6-0. Taken at Tiburon, Calif. D.L. Joslyn.

 

:381 [Engine No. 179. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:382 [Engine No. 179. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:383 [Engine No. 180. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:384 [Engine No. 180. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:385 [Engine No. 180. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:386 [Engine No. 180. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:387 [Engine No. 181. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:388 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 181. 4-6-0. Tiburon, Cal. [May 12, 1939.]

 

:389 Built -- 1922. 21 x 28 Cylinders. 12" diam. valve. 57" drivers. Weight 196,980. Steam Pressure 200 lbs. [Engine No. 181. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:390 [Engine No. 181. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:391 [Engine No. 181. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:392 [Engine No. 182. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:393 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 182, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1922. Picture taken at Tiburon, Calif. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:394 [Engine No. 182. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:395 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:396 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:397 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:398 [Engine No. 184. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:399 [Engine No. 184. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:400 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:401 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:402 [Engine No. 184. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:403 [Engine No. 183. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:404 [Engine No. 201. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:405 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 201, 2-6-2T, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1903. Builders No. 22446. Cyl. 17" x 22". Drivers 47 in. Wt. 105,500 lb. 160-lb. W.P. Formerly California Northwestern Railway No. 33. Scrapped in 1930. Taken at Tiburon, Cal. when engine was in service. From collection of F.X. Latulipe, S.F.P.D. [i.e. San Francisco Police Department].

 

:406 [Engine No. 201. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:407 [Engine No. 201. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:408 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 202. Train 41. First scheduled train to Longvale. Some time in 1911. Engineer Wm. Provine, now retired, is standing on ground below the cab. Second from him, in uniform, is Conductor Al Hawkins, now ranching near Willits. Leaning out of cab window, with white cap, is Fireman Wm. Hopper, now engineer on the Willits passengers. Copy from a photo loaned by Mr. Hopper.

 

:409 [Engine No. 202. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:410 [Engine No. 201. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:411 [Engine No. 225. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:412 [Engine No. 226. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:413 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:414 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:415 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:416 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:417 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:418 [Engine No. 227. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:419 [Engine No. 228. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:420 [Engine No. 228. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:421 [Engine No. 229. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:422 [Engine No. 229. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:423 [Engine No. 229. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:424 [Engine No. 229. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:425 [Engine No. 230. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:426 [Engine No. 230. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:427 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:428 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:429 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:430 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:431 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:432 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 230. 0-6-0. Tiburon, Cal. [March 22, 1940.]

 

:433 [Engine No. 231. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:434 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 228. Tiburon, 1937.

 

:435 [Engine No. 226. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:436 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 230. At Tiburon, 1918.

 

:437 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 230. At Petaluma, 1937.

 

:438 [Engine No. 251. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:439 Logging Locomotive. Northwestern Redwood Co. [Engine No. 251. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 254M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:440 Logging train. 60,000 feet of logs. Northwestern Redwood Co. [Engine No. 251. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 216M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:441 Logging train. Northwestern Redwood Co. [No. 217M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:442 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 25 1, 3 4-wheel truck Shay, built by Lima Loco. & Mach. Co. in 1904. Formerly California Northwestern Railway Co. No. 32. Cyl. 13 ½" x 15"; Diam. driv. 40 in.; Wt. 213,500-lb.; W.P. 175-lb. Was used on the Sherwood Branch from Willits, Calif.. Taken 1930 at Tiburon, Calif. Photo by Norbert Graves.

 

:443 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] No. 251. At Willits, December, 1915.

 

:444 [Engine No. 251. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:445 [Engine No. 251. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:446 [Engine No. 1254. Unidentified railroad.] [Cf. 59:447.]

 

:447 [Engine No. 255. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:448 [Engine No. 300. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:449 [Engine No. 300. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:450 [Engine No. 300. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:451 [Engine No. 301. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:452 [Engine No. 301. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:453 [Engine No. 352. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:454 [Engine No. 352. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:455 [Engine No. 353. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:456 [Engine No. 353. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:457 [Engine No. 354. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:458 [Engine No. 354. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:459 [Engine No. 353. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:460 [Engine No. 354. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:461 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] 152. Baldwin 1884. Weight 70,000 -- on drivers. 56" drivers. 17" x 24" cylinders. Scrapped 1929. Builder's number 8092. Pressure 150 lbs. Formerly Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe 65; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe 314; Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe [8179?]; Eel River & Eureka [52?]; San Francisco & North Pacific 5. Later Northwestern Pacific 352.

 

:462 Bass whistle used on some of the N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] engines. Ray Roix.

 

Volume 60: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Branch Lines

 

:1 [Reproduction of map of route line. San Francisco and North Pacific Railway.]

 

:2 [Reproduction, "Map of the Guerneville Branch Northwestern Pacific Railroad".]

 

:3 River Train. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 [San Anselmo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 [Tracks. Unidentified location.]

 

:6 Fairfax. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 Whites Hill Tunnel. West portal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 West portal. Whites Hill Tunnel. Jeanne Graves, standing. 1930. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 Woodacre (Upper station). Ca. 1928. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 Woodacre. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 One of the stations at Woodacre, constructed on Mission style of Architecture. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 Lagunitas, Calif. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 [Lagunitas station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 Lagunitas, Calif. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 Lagunitas, Calif. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 Point Reyes Station. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 Point Reyes Station. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 Main Street. Point Reyes, Calif. [Station at left. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [Point Reyes station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 M.P. 25. [Ignacio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 [Ignacio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 172. Black Point station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 [Black Point station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [Black Point station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 Black Point. Northwestern Pacific Black Point swing bridge.

 

:25a [Lacking.]

 

:26 Petaluma Creek. Black Point. [Swing bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 Draw Bridge over Petaluma Creek. Black Point. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 Petaluma River, Black Point. Troop Tham.

 

:29 Black Point. Steamer Gold. [Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad Company ferry.]

 

:30 Black Point drawbridge, Petaluma River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 Black Point drawbridge, Petaluma River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 Petaluma River. Black Point. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Petaluma River drawbridge. Black Point. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 M.P. 31. [Reclamation station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Reclamation station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 M.P. 33. [Sears Point station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 Sears Point. M.P. 33. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 [McGill station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 Foundations of old swing bridge of S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] at Wingo. 7/8/1970.

 

:40 Sonoma Creek Bridge. Wingo. July 8, 1870 [i.e. 1970?]. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 Wingo, Sonoma Creek. M.P. 38. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 [Wingo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Wingo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 Northwestern Depot, Shellville [i.e. Schellville].

 

:46 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Tracks at Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [Schellville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [Vineburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Vineburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Vineburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Vineburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 Vineburg. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Near Vineburg? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 Vineburg. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 Vineburg. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 Between Vineburg and Buena Vista. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 "Buena Vista". Sonoma branch. Sal, 1921. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 October, 1950. [Sebastiani station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 By Robert Parmelee, President. Sonoma Valley Historical Society. [Sonoma?]

 

:64 View of Sonoma, during 4th of July Celebration, 1887.

 

:65 Sonoma. Sonoma Valley Railroad. [Roundhouse.]

 

:66 [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 September, 1939. [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 September, 1939. [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 Sonoma. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 Sonoma office. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 Sonoma crew room. [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 [Sonoma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 Sonoma. Sonoma Valley Railroad. [Station. Branch of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 N.W. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Depot, Verano, Sonoma Co., Cal.

 

:77 [Horse coaches, Verano station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Robert Parmelee.]

 

:78 Boyes Hot Springs. Sonoma Co., Cal. February 7th, 1908. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Boyes station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 Boyes. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 Boyes. M.P. 47. [Engine No. 112 at station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [Boyes station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 Awaiting the train at Boyes Hot Springs, Cal. C.A. Payne. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 Between Boyes and Fetters. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Fetters Springs station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Fetters Springs station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 [Fetters Springs station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87a Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Agua Caliente and Hotel Carry All. [Lacking.]

 

:88 Yulupa. M.P. 47.7. [Agua Caliente station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 M.P. 50. [Eldridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Robert Parmelee.]

 

:90 Eldridge. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Robert Parmelee.]

 

:91 Glen Ellen. Sonoma Valley Railroad. Parmelee.

 

:92 Glen Ellen. Sonoma Valley Railroad.

 

:93 Glen Ellen. Sonoma Valley Railroad.

 

:94 Glen Ellen. Sonoma Valley Railroad.

 

:95 Glen Ellen. [Sonoma Valley Railroad. Duplicate of 60:96.]

 

:96 Glen Ellen. [Sonoma Valley Railroad. Duplicate of 60:95.]

 

:97 Sonoma Valley Railroad. General Vallejo and party. Glen Ellen.

 

:98 [Glen Ellen station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Robert Parmelee.]

 

:99 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Depot at Glen Ellen, Sonoma Co., Cal. M.P. 51.

 

:100 September, 1939. [Glen Ellen station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 N.W. Pacific R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Depot, Glen Ellen, Cal.

 

:102 Glen Ellen. [Train yards. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Glen Ellen. [Engine house, turntable.]

 

:104 Beltane. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 [Beltane station? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105a Beltane. Southern Pacific. [Lacking.]

 

:106 Beltane. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 Wildwood. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 Near Kenwood. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 Kenwood. [Station. Los Guillicos House. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Engine No. 112. Kenwood station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 Kenwood. [Station. Los Guillicos House. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 108. Kenwood station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 Kenwood (abandoned). [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 Kenwood. Los Guillicos. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 [Kenwood station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 M.P. 56. Bet. Kenwood & Lawndale. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 Lawndale. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 Los Gaelics. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 Los Gaelics. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 Fruit Cannery & Winery, Sebastopol. [No. 230S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:121 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Depot, Sebastopol. [No. 229S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:122 Cal N.W. R.R. [i.e. California Northwestern Railroad] Station. Sebastopol, Cal. M.P. 60.

 

:123 [Sebastopol? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 Fulton. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Fulton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125a Fulton. [Lacking.]

 

:126 Near Fulton. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 1 mile west of Fulton, Guerneville branch. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 Olivet (later Woolsey). [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 Woolsey. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Trenton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 [Trenton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 [West of Woolsey. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 Train stopping at Mirabel Park. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 Forestville. M.P. 66. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 East of Hilton. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 East of Hilton. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Russian River. [November 18, 1905. Guerneville branch. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 Hacienda. M.P. 69. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 Russian River Bridge, Near Guerneville. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:140 View from A.B. Swain's. [Russian River.] [No. 523S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:141 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Bridge, Cosmo. [No. 523S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:142 Hacienda. [Bridge over Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 Hacienda. [Bridge over Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 Russian River Bridge near Guerneville. Hacienda. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:145 Scene on Russian River, Sonoma Co., Cal. (near Korbel's Mill). [Reproduced from The Sonoma Democrat?]

 

:146 Hacienda. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Hilton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 Korbel. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 Korbel. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 Korbel. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 Korbel wine cellar. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 496S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:152 Bonded Warehouse. Korbel. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 499S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:153 Ranch on San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Korbel. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:154 [Unidentified building. Former station along Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:155 Later Rio Nido. [Eagle Nest station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 Along the Scenic Northwestern Pacific. Russian River at Eaglenest. [No. 31 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:157 Along the Scenic Northwestern Pacific. At Eaglenest. [No. 33 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:158 Train time. Rio Nido. July 20, 1913. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 River View. Rio Nido, California.

 

:160 R.R. Station. Rio Nido. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 Rio Nido. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 Rio Nido. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 Shellard. M.P. 73. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 Along the Northwestern Pacific. On the Guerneville Branch. [No. 36N. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:165 [Guerneville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 [Guerneville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 Guerneville. [Engine No. 17 at station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 Guerneville, Calif. [Engine No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 Guerneville. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 Depot, Guerneville, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Belden & Upp.]

 

:171 Guerneville. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 Guerneville. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 [Guerneville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 Guerneville, California, on the Russian River. [Engine No. 19. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 Guerneville, California. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 Guerneville. [Engine No. 7. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 Guerneville, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Guernville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 Guerneville. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 Guerneville. Heald and Guerne Lumber Company. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 Guerneville, Heald and Guerne Mill.

 

:182 Guerneville.

 

:183 Near Guerneville. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:187, 216.]

 

:184 Guerneville. [Unidentified woman at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:216.]

 

:185 West of Guerneville, Russian River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 Graystone, Russian River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 [Near Guerneville. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:183, 216.]

 

:188 Northwestern Pacific R.R. at Guernewood Park. [No. 361S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:189 End of the Vacation. Guernewood Park. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:190 Homeward Bound, Guernewood Park. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:191 Guernewood Park. [Station scene. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 [Guernewood Park entrance. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Russian River at Graystone. [No. 30 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:194 Montesano Station, on Northwestern Pacific R.R., near Guerneville, Cal. M.P. 75.6.

 

:195 [Near Guernewood Park? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 Montesano from Guernewood Heights. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 380S? Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:197 Guernewood Heights. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 372S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:198 Northwestern Pacific R.R. at Guernewood Heights. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:199 Northwood. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 Northwood Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 Northwood. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:202 M.P. 77. [Northwood station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 [Near Northwood? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Russian River at River Landing. [No. 25. N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:205 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. River Landing. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206 Near Camp Bohemia. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 Bridge to Bohemian Grove, Russian River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:208 Bohemian Grove Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 Russian River, Bohemian Grove. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 Bridge to Bohemian Grove. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 Bohemian Grove Bridge, Russian River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 Bohemian Grove Branch. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 Bohemia. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 Bohemian Grove. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of No. 60:219.]

 

:215 Bohemian Grove. [Station? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 [Guerneville. Unidentified woman at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:184.]

 

:217 [Along Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Near Guerneville. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:183, 187.]

 

:219 [Bohemian Grove. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 60:214.]

 

:220 [Bridge over Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [Monte Rio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 Russian River. Near Monte Rio, California. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Post card.]

 

:223 [Tracks, near Monte Rio? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Bohemian Grove from Rio Campo. [No. 29 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:225 Russian River. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.] [Postcard.]

 

:226 Russian River, Monte Rio. [Train on bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 River Crossing Monte Rio, California. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 Water Carnival, Monte Rio. [No. 614S. Turrill & Miller.]

 

:229 M.P. 78 (B.Q.), M.P. 75 (N.Q.). [Monte Rio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 Depot, Monte Rio. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Turrill and Miller.]

 

:231 [Monte Rio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:232 Monte Rio. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 Monte Rio. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 Sheridan. M.P. 80. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 Sheridan. [Train approaching. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 M.P. 81. [Moscow station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Unidentified station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:238 Russian River Bridge, Duncans Mills. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 Duncans Mills, Russian River. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 Russian River. Duncans Mills. [Train on trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:241 Duncans Mills. [Russian River bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 [Duncan Mills station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 Duncan's Mills, Cal. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:244 Duncans Mills (last train). [Engine No. 108. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 Last day of train service. [Duncan Mills station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 Duncans Mills yards. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 Duncans Mills. [Yards? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 Frazer. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 Cazadero. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 20. Cazadero station? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 [Engine No. 20. Cazadero station? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 [Albion. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 [Albion station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 Frt. house. Albion. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 Albion. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 Albion branch. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 Navaro River. [Lumber train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Near Northwestern. [No. 18 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:259 Unloading logs, Nthwestern [i.e. Northwestern] Redwood Co. Northwestern. [No. 160M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:260 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Mill, Northwestern Redwood Co. [No. 16 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:261 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Mill, Northwestern Redwood Co. [No. 17 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:262 Northwestern. [Mill, Northwestern Redwood Company. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 Northwestern. [Mill, Northwestern Redwood Company. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 Main offices, Northwestern Redwood Co. Northwestern. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 171M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:265 Tan Oakwood Railroad Track. Northwestern Redwood Co. [No. 224M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:266 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] near Sherwood Junction. [No. 252M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:267 Sherwood Br. [Logging cars. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 Sherwood Valley. Sherwood Branch. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:269 Sherwood Branch. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 Sherwood Branch. Logging trail. Northwestern Redwood Company. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 251M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:271 Sherwood. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 244M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:272 Sherwood. [Engine No. 201. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Sherwood station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 Donahue. [Station? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 Donahue Barn (Lakeville). [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 [Lakeville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 [Boyes Springs station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 Remains at Culvert Sonoma Landing. Sonoma Valley Railroad.

 

:279 1956. Old Culvert Sonoma Landing. Sonoma Valley Railroad.

 

:280 Abandoned trestle. Northwestern Pacific. Napa branch.

 

:281 Old Northwestern Pacific trestle. Sonoma Creek. Napa branch.

 

Volume 61: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Stations, Right of Way -- San Francisco to San Rafael and San Quentin

 

:0 Map of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. [Reproduction.]

 

:1 James B. Stetson. [Photograph by Bradley and Rulofson.]

 

:2 Milton S. Latham. [Reproduction of painted portrait.]

 

:3 James B. Stetson (1831-1912).

 

:4 On the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Advertisement.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of description of North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. February 22, 1896.]

 

:7 [Reproduction of table of distances. North Pacific Coast Railroad. 1904.]

 

:8 [Reproduction of story on "New Route to San Rafael," including illustration, "Saucelito and San Rafael Ferries."]

 

:9 [Print of various scenes along North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:10 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad Company.]

 

:11 [Reproduction of cash checks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:12 [Reproduction of ticket. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:13 [Reproduction of tickets. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:14 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:15 Time Table No. 1. Written in long-hand script. [For March 15, 1875.]

 

:16 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For July 1, 1875.]

 

:17 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 8, 1875.]

 

:18 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For April 2, 1877.]

 

:19 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For May 15, 1877.]

 

:20 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For July 15, 1877.]

 

:21 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 3, 1879.]

 

:22 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 4, 1883.]

 

:23 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For April 11, 1886.]

 

:24 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 1, 1886.]

 

:25 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For March 31, 1889.]

 

:26 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For October 13, 1889.]

 

:27 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For September 1, 1890.]

 

:28 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For May 26, 1892.]

 

:29 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For October 1, 1893.]

 

:30 [Reproduction of time table.]

 

:31 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 27, 1902.]

 

:32 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 27, 1902.]

 

:33 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 27, 1902.]

 

:34 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 27, 1902.]

 

:35 [Reproduction of cover of time table. North Shore Railroad. For May 17, 1904.]

 

:36 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For May 17, 1904.]

 

:37 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For May 17, 1904.]

 

:38 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 23, 1905.]

 

:39 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 23, 1905.]

 

:40 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 23, 1905.]

 

:41 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad. For April 23, 1905.]

 

:42 Time table No. 7. May 17, 1904. [Reproduction of Special Rules section. North Shore Railroad.]

 

:43 Time table No. 10. April 23, 1905. [Reproduction of Special Rules section. North Shore Railroad.]

 

:44 [Reproduction. Map of North Shore Railroad.]

 

:45 San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad. [Reproduction of schedule notice.]

 

:46 [Reproduction of notice of new San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad car. From Marin Journal.]

 

:47 [Reproduction of monthly ticket. North Pacific Coast Railroad. June, 1890.]

 

:48 [Description of North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:49 [Description of points of interest, North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:50 [Advertisement for Larkspur real estate. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:51 [Schedule notice. San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad Company.]

 

:52 [Reproduction of typed summary of history of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Reproduction of time table. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 [Schedule notice. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:55 [Schedule notice. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:56 [Schedule notice. Saucelito Ferry. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:57 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For April 26, 1885.]

 

:58 [Schedule notice. North Pacific Coast Railroad steamer San Rafael. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:59 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad.]

 

:60 [Reproduction of time table. North Shore Railroad.]

 

:61 [Reproduction of time table. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Reproduction of time table. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 [Reproduction of pamphlet for Russian River Hotel, including time table for North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:64 [Reproduction of pamphlet for Russian River Hotel, including time table for North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:65 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:66 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For May 12, 1884.]

 

:67 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 8, 1885.]

 

:68 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For November 8, 1885.]

 

:69 [Reproduction. Tourists' Map of Mount Tamalpais and Vicinity. 1890.]

 

:70 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For October 22, 1882.]

 

:71 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:72 [Reproduction of time table. North Pacific Coast Railroad. For October 22, 1882.]

 

:73 [Reproduction of tickets. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:74 [Reproduction of ticket back, stamped with date. North Pacific Coast Railroad. April 5, 1875.]

 

:75 [Skipped.]

 

:76 First ticket used to Duncan Mills. May 28, 1877. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Enlarged reproduction.]

 

:77 Map of the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Reproduction.] [Includes 61:77-78.]

 

:78 Map of the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Reproduction.] [Includes 61:77-78.]

 

:79 Showing Route of North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:80 Map of Road. Valley Ford to Tyrone. [Showing route of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 Map of San Rafael. Showing S.R. & S.Q.R.R. [i.e. San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad] and N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad].

 

:82 Map of Proposed Line. Saucelito to Corta [i.e. Corte] Madera. Crossing Richardson Bay.

 

:83 Map of Road. Corte Madera to San Geronimo. 1874. [Reproduction.]

 

:84 [Reproduction of portion of map of San Rafael.]

 

:84a Map of North Pacific Coast R.R. from Saucelito to Corte Madera Station Via Strawberry Point. Ca. 1880. [Reproduction.]

 

:84b Route via Strawberry Point, Collin's Summit, Junction (San Anselmo), & White's Hill. Also San Quentin & San Rafael. 1880. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:85 Map Showing the Railroad and Shipping Facilities of Sonoma County, California. [Reproduction.]

 

:86 Reproduction. Map of Marin County, California. 1887. [Reproduction.]

 

:87 Map Showing routes to San Rafael. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] and North Pacific and North Pacific Coast Railroads. [Reproduction.]

 

:88 Ferry Landing. Foot of Market Street. 1884.

 

:89 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. San Rafael-San Quentin-Sausalito Ferry. Ferry Landing. 1884. [San Francisco.]

 

:90 North Pacific Coast R.R. Ferry Entrance. Foot of Clay Street San Francisco. 1892.

 

:91 Old North Pacific Coast R.R. Ferry Landing. Foot of Clay Street. Wagon Entrance. 1892. [San Francisco.]

 

:92 North Pacific Coast R.R. Ferry Entrance. Ca. 1887.

 

:93 Ferry Building. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. North End. 1898.

 

:94 [Ferry Building. San Francisco.]

 

:95 North Shore Ry. Ferry Slips. North End of Ferry Building. May 24, 1906. [No. 281. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:96 Waterfront North of Ferry Building. 1899.

 

:97 Strs. San Rafael and Tiburon. Racing to Ferry. 1889.

 

:98 Telegraph Hill. Ferry Sausalito. April, 1927.

 

:99 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Belt R.R Freight Slips for S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific], N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] and S.P.C.R.R. [i.e. South Pacific Coast Railroad] Ferries. 1902.

 

:100 State Belt R.R. Ferry Slips. Foot of Lombard St. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Railroad] Freight Slips.

 

:101 State Belt R.R. East Street (north), S.R. Narrow-gauge Tracks for N.P.C. [i.e. North Pacific Coast] and S.P.C. [i.e. South Pacific Coast]. May 11, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill and Miller.]

 

:102 Remains of Double-gauge Track. Belt Railroad. Front & Union Sts.

 

:103 Last of Double-gauge Track. Belt Railroad. [From Front and Union Streets.]

 

:104 State Belt R.R. N.P.C. [i.e. North Pacific Coast] Railroad Flat Cars. Unloading Christmas Trees. East & Greenwich Streets.

 

:105 [Alcatraz Island.]

 

:106 Alcatraz Island. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:107 Alcatraz Island. West side.

 

:108 [Alcatraz Island. Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:109 Sausalito from the Ferry, 1899.

 

:110 Approaching Sausalito. Fog over hills.

 

:111 Sausalito.

 

:112 Saucelito. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Ferry Landing. 1884.

 

:113 Saucelito. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Ferry Landing and Yards. Tug Tiger on left; San Rafael right. 1884.

 

:114 Saucelito, Cal. 1891.

 

:115 Saucilito [i.e. Saucelito] from the N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Wharf, looking south. Steamer Princess. 1870s. M. Blaisdell.

 

:116 Saucelito. 1879. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] terminal. S.L. & F. Company terminal. Steamers Contra Costa & Petaluma.

 

:117 Sausalito Ferry Landing. 1892. Steamer Newark.

 

:118 North Pacific Railroad Ferry Landing. Saucelito. 1889.

 

:119 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Terminal. Saucelito. 1889. Steamer Tamalpais.

 

:120 Saucelito. 1889.

 

:121 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Ferry Landing. Saucelito.

 

:122 Sausalito. 1889. Ferry San Rafael approaching. Ferry Tamalpais at Wharf.

 

:123 Sausalito. 1884. Hotel "Casa Madrona" (center left).

 

:124 [Sausalito.]

 

:125 [Sausalito.]

 

:126 [Sausalito.]

 

:127 [Sausalito.]

 

:128 North Pacific Coast R.R. Terminal and Ferry slips at Sausalito, Cal., in 1892. Ferry San Rafael at left and Ferry Tamalpais at right. San Rafael local train waiting to pull out with engine No. 15. Photo from Ed. Laws. 1933.

 

:129 Saucelito. 1879. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] terminal.

 

:130 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Terminal. Saucelito. [Photograph by Lange.]

 

:131 Belvedere Island -- Angel Island -- Old Sausalito landing & original Str. Tamalpais -- Panorama made up from 3 pictures taken by J.W. Carey in 1894.

 

:132 Sausalito. 1893. Arrival of morning San Rafael local.

 

:133 On the Wharf at Sausalito, Cal. "San Rafael Express". Fourth from left: A. Murray, Conductor. Seventh from left: Edward Shoemaker, Superintendent. Eighth from left: Goldager, Brakeman. April 9, 1893. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:134 The Landing with the three Steamers. Sausalito. May 12, 1893. Mill Valley and San Rafael trains on wharf. Ferry Boats, left to right: San Rafael; Bay City; Tamalpais.

 

:135 Steamer San Rafael and Train. Sausalito. Apr. 16, 93 [i.e. 1893].

 

:136 North of the Golden Gate. Sausalito, from ferry slip. 1888. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:137 Saucelito from the Bay. 1889.

 

:138 Saucelito. 1875. Ferry Princess at Wharf.

 

:139 San Francisco & Bay as seen from the Clifton House. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:140 Clifton House Saucelito, Marin Co., California. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:141 Sausalito. 1894.

 

:142 Sausalito ferry depot. Built 1894. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:143 Sausalito. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad ferry slip.]

 

:144 Sausalito. 1899.

 

:145 Sausalito Depot. Turntable and fuel yard. 1899.

 

:146 Sausalito. 1895. Engine No. 16 . [North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:147 Sausalito. 1895. Engine No. 14. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:148 Sausalito. Fairfax picnic train. 1900. [Engine No. 8. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:149 Sausalito. 1914. [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:150 From Sausalito to San Francisco by ferry. Mount Tamalpais in the distance.

 

:151 Sausalito ferry depot. Built 1903. Replaced former depot. Str. Eureka on right.

 

:152 [Sausalito from ferry.]

 

:153 Sausalito passenger yard. 1903. Steamers (L to R): Tamalpais; Lagunitas; Cazadero.

 

:154 Bay Scene, Sausalito, Calif.

 

:155 [Ferry slip at Sausalito.]

 

:156 [Sausalito.]

 

:157 [Ferry slips at Sausalito.]

 

:158 Sausalito (new town). Showing new fill from Alameda Pt. to Waldo Pt.

 

:159 [Sausalito.]

 

:160 Mt. Tamalpais, Saucelito, San Francisco, Cal. North Pacific Coast R.R. trestle across Richardson Bay. Alameda Point to Strawberry Point. 1880.

 

:161 [Mt. Tamalpais. From Sausalito?]

 

:162 [Sausalito, looking north.]

 

:163 Looking northwest from Sausalito. 4000-ft. trestle from Alameda Pt. to Strawberry Point. 1880.

 

:164 North Pacific Coast R.R. Bridge over Richardson Bay. Strawberry Point. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source, with caption in German.]

 

:165 North Pacific Coast R.R. Richardson Bay Bridge to Strawberry Point. 1880. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.] [From collection of California Historical Society.]

 

:166 Mt. Tamalpais from west side of Belvedere. Strawberry Point Bluff in distance. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:167 Dr. B.F. Lyford's Eagle Dairy. Lyford's Station. Strawberry Point.

 

:168 Fairfax Picnic Train. Sausalito. 1913. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:169 North Shore Ry. Roundhouse and shops. 1906.

 

:170 [Engine No. 14. Sausalito shops. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Richardson Bay, Alameda Point.]

 

:172 Sausalito shops. Main gate. Back shop, boiler shop, pump house.

 

:173 The Society of California Pioneers. Picnic train to Camp Taylor. Engines No. 3-21-7-20. 1902. [Duplicate of 61:207.]

 

:174 [Sausalito yards.]

 

:175 [Sausalito yards.]

 

:176 Looking east [i.e. west?] from Alameda Point. North Pacific Coast Railroad shops (right). 1897. [Duplicate of 61:206.]

 

:177 North Pacific Coast R.R. Alameda Point. 1901. Mill Valley Train.

 

:178 Between Alameda Point & Waldo Point. Mason Distillery. 1920.

 

:179 Sausalito.

 

:180 [Sausalito yards?]

 

:181 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. Trestle between Alameda Pt. and Waldo Point. 1891.

 

:182 [Alameda Point to Waldo Point. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:183 [Unidentified road.]

 

:184 [North Pacific Coast Railroad along Richardson Bay.]

 

:185 [Manzanita station. North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:186 [North Pacific Coast Railroad trestle between Alameda Point and Waldo Point.]

 

:187 [North Pacific Coast Railroad trestle between Alameda Point and Waldo Point.]

 

:188 [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Mount Tamalpais in distance.]

 

:189 [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Mount Tamalpais in distance. Duplicate of 61:208.]

 

:190 [Engine No. 2. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:191 [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Mount Tamalpais in distance.]

 

:192 [Tracks. Approaching Mill Valley. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:193 [Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:194 Mill Valley Station. April 14, 1893. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Photograph by Martin Behrman?]

 

:195 [Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:196 [Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:197 [Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 8. Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:199 [Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:200 The Plaza -- Looking Southward to San Francisco. [Mill Valley.]

 

:201 [Construction of Mill Valley station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:202 North Pacific Coast R.R. Depot at Mill Valley, Cal. in 1898. This was the second station built at Mill Valley (P.O. was Eastland, Cal., at that time). There were two tracks under the shed, one used by the N.P.C.R.R. and the other by the Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway. The depot had two waiting rooms each with a large open fireplace, a thicket office and a news stand. Living quarters for the station agent was provided on a second floor. It was replaced by a small stucco depot. Photo copied from N.P.C.R.R.

 

:203 [Locust Avenue station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 [Alto station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 61:211.]

 

:205 [Alto station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 [North Pacific Coast Railroad between Alameda Point and Waldo Point.] [Duplicate of 61:176.]

 

:207 [The Society of California Pioneers Picnic train to Camp Taylor. Engines No. 3-21-7-20. 1902.] [Duplicate of 61:173.]

 

:208 [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Mount Tamalpais in distance. Duplicate of 61:189.]

 

:209 [Unidentified buildings. Sausalito?]

 

:210 [Train. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:211 [Alto station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 61:204.]

 

:212 [Alto station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] Cars Nos. 318-333-329-303-370. Alto, Cal. [September 24, 1940.]

 

:214 [North of Alto, looking south.] [Duplicate of 61:216.]

 

:215 [Looking north toward Corte Madera.] [Duplicate of 61:223.]

 

:216 Looking South. North of Alto. [Duplicate of 61:214.]

 

:217 [Tracks. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 [Tracks. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Tracks. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:220 [Tracks. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 [Portal of tunnel. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 [Portal of tunnel. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 Looking north toward Corte Madera. [Duplicate of 61:215.]

 

:224 [Portal of tunnel. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 [Portal of tunnel. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 [North portal. Unidentified tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 [Tracks. Unidentified location. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 [Unidentified boy. Marin County. Northwestern Pacific Railroad in distance?]

 

:229 Looking north toward Greenbrae. From old right-of-way of N.P.C. [i.e. North Pacific Coast].

 

:230 [Corte Madera station. Chinese work gang on cars. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:231 [Corte Madera station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:232 Corte Madera -- 12 miles from San Francisco.

 

:233 [Corte Madera station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:234 [Corte Madera station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:235 Corte Madera. V. Sappers. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 [Corte Madera station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 [Unidentified boy on tracks. Corte Madera station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:238 [Unidentified boy on tracks. Corte Madera station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 [Corte Madera. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Unidentified girl at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 San Rafael approaching Corte Madera. 1898.

 

:242 [Between Corte Madera and Larkspur? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 View of Mt. Tamalpais from a point between Corte Madera and Larkspur looking West. 1898.

 

:244 [Larkspur. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 View of Larkspur from the South.

 

:246 Larkspur. Ca. 1890. Geo. Epidendio. Helen Van Cleve Park. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:247 [Larkspur station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:248 [Larkspur station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:249 [Larkspur? Water tank. North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 Escalle. 1898. [Vineyard and Winery. Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:251 Escalle Vineyard and Winery. 1898. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:252 Approaching Escalle. San Rafael train. Looking east. 1903. [Engine No. 15. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:253 San Rafael local. Escalle. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:254 Tamalpais station. 1882. Original site of Kent. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:255 [Tamalpais station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:256 Kent. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:257 [Kentfield station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:258 Fairfax picnic train passing Kentfield. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 Double-track Platform at Station. 1904. [Kentfield station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Ross station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 Ross Valley. [Ross station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:262 1896. [Ross station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:263 San Rafael local. Engine No. 15. 1897. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:264 [Ross. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:265 1896. [Ross station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:266 Ross, Marin Co., Cal. D. Wilson.

 

:267 Waiting for the train. Ross station. 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:268 [View from tracks. San Anselmo.]

 

:269 Cazadero freight train. Approaching San Anselmo. 1897.

 

:270 1898. [San Anselmo station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:271 San Anselmo. At this point the tracks diverge, the left leading to Pt. Reyes, Tomales, Meekers, Mesa Grande, Duncans and Cazadero, the right to San Rafael and San Quentin. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:272 San Anselmo. [Station, center. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:273 San Anselmo. 1887. Lk. west. San Rafael Train at Station. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:274 [San Anselmo station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:275 [San Anselmo station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:276 [San Anselmo.]

 

:277 [San Anselmo.]

 

:278 [San Anselmo station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:279 [San Anselmo station scene. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:280 [San Anselmo station scene. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:281 Aerial View of San Anselmo, Calif. [Station, lower left. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 Views along the North Pacific Coast R.R. [Illustrations of Ross Valley and San Anselmo. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:283 East of San Anselmo. 1905. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 Between San Anselmo and West End looking east from Red Hill. 1905.

 

:285 West of West End. San Rafael. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 Original West End Station. "H" Street, San Rafael. 1880. Moved to San Anselmo for freight house, 1884. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:287 [Unidentified man and young woman. West End station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:288 [West End station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:289 West End Station, San Rafael. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:290 [San Rafael? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:291 San Rafael. Marin Co., California. 1875. [Reproduction of lithograph.]

 

:292 1906. [San Rafael, after flooding.]

 

:293 [Crossing. San Rafael. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:294 [Crossing. San Rafael. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:295 ["B" Street station. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 San Rafael. "B" Street. 1898. Terminal for Local Trains. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:297 ["B" Street station. San Rafael. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:298 ["B" Street station. San Rafael. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Duplicate of 61:300.]

 

:299 Protected Third Rail in Yards at San Rafael. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:300 Narrow Gauge Depot, San Rafael. [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Duplicate of 61:298.]

 

:301 ["B" Street station. San Rafael. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:302 [Station. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Tracks. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Tracks. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 [Tracks. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Tracks. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Tracks under highway overpass. San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [View of San Rafael, along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [View of San Rafael, along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 View of San Rafael from Laurel Grove. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:311 Coleman's Laurel Grove Picnic Grounds. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:312 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] between San Rafael & San Quentin (left). Formerly wood siding (foreground). Schuetzen Park & San Rafael in distance. 1892.

 

:313 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. San Quentin Wharf. 1892.

 

:314 North Pacific Coast R.R. Terminal at San Quentin. 1900.

 

:315 [San Quentin Wharf. Terminal. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:316 North Pacific Coast R.R. Terminal at San Quentin. 1880.

 

:317 North Shore Ry. Train on wharf at San Quentin. 1906. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:318 Old station foot of "A" Street, S.R. [i.e. San Rafael]. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 62: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Stations, Right of Way -- San Anselmo to Tomales

 

:1 [Advertisement for North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.] [Duplicate of 62:9.]

 

:2 Views on the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:3 Map of North Pacific Coast R.R. from San Anselmo to over White's Hill (old line). 1880. [Reproduction.]

 

:4 Map of the North Pacific Coast R.R. [Reproduction.]

 

:5 Rancho maps showing lines of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. (Above & right).

 

:6 Map of North Pacific Coast Railroad. Freestone to Duncans Mill. 1878.

 

:7 Rancho map showing line of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. Along Tomales Bay.

 

:8 [Advertisement for North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:9 [Advertisement for North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.] [Duplicate of 62:1.]

 

:10 [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:11a [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:11b [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:11c [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:12a [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:12b [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:12c [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:13a [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:13b [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:13c [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:14a [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:14b [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:14c [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:15 [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:16 [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:17 [Reproduction of page from illustrated brochure on North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:18 San Anselmo. 1875. Lk. south. Original station. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:19 San Anselmo (junction). 1875. Track on right to San Rafael and San Quentin. Track on left to Tomales and Duncans Mills. Lk. north. Station moved in 1882. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:20 San Anselmo. 1884. Moved from original location in 1882. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:21 San Anselmo. 1886. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:22 San Anselmo. 1891. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:23 Red Hill, San Anselmo. 1898. Lk. north.

 

:24 San Anselmo. Looking southwest from Red Hill. Yards in foreground. Ca. 1907. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 San Anselmo. 1891. View from Red Hill. [Station, lower center. North Pacific Coast Railroad.

 

:26 View from San Anselmo, looking South in the direction and over Ross Valley. The Presbyterian Theological Seminary on the left and Mt. Tamalpais in the distance at this place the road branches, one going in an easterly direction 2 miles to San Rafael and the other 71 miles in a Northwest direction to Cazadero.

 

:27 San Anselmo. Looking east from Ross Avenue. 1890. Station left center. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:28 Between San Anselmo and Yolanda. [Crossing. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:29 Yolanda. 17.2 miles from S.F. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:30 Lansdale. Formerly Bush Tract. 17.6 miles from S.F. [Crossing. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:31 Fairfax. 18.3 miles from San Francisco. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:32 Fairfax. Panorama from Funicular Ry. Looking east. 1915.

 

:33 [Manor station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:34 Manor. Formerly Pacheco. 18.8 miles from S.F. Transfer point to steam trains. 1915. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Double-header train on trestle. Roy's Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:37.]

 

:36 Whites Hill. Old line. 1902. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:37 Double-Header Train on Trestle at Roys Station (New Line over Whites Hill). [North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:35.]

 

:38 West Portal of White's Hill Tunnel. 1930. Jeanne Graves Ferrari. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:48.]

 

:39 Roys Ranch. Tunnel (old line).

 

:40 Whites Hill. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:45.]

 

:41 [White's Hill. Double-header train, engines No. 8 and 3. Ca. 1900. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:43.]

 

:42 Above and left [including 62:41?]. Views on Whites Hill (old line).

 

:43 Climbing Whites Hill (old line). Engines No. 8 and No. 3. Ca 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:41.]

 

:44 On Whites Hill (old line). Engines No. 4 and No. 17. "Blowing-up steam." [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:45 Whites Hill. Original grade. 1875. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:40.]

 

:46 Whites Hill. Original grade. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:47 Whites Hill. Original grade. North Pacific Coast Railroad.

 

:48 Bothin Tunnel. Between Bothin & Woodacre. M.P. 20 ½. [Jeanne Graves Ferrari. West Portal. 1930. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:38.]

 

:49 Bothin Tunnel. Between Bothin and Woodacre. M.P. 20 ½. Abandoned. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:50 San Geronimo. Bus station. 1930. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 [San Geronimo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 [San Geronimo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 View of San Geronimo Valley, looking west after passing through the tunnel on White's Hill, 23 miles form San Francisco. Near Alderneys.

 

:54 San Geronimo. M.P. 23. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 San Geronimo. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 San Geronimo. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 Train leaving San Geronimo. Engine No. 3. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:58 San Geronimo. San Geronimo School. [From tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 Lagunitas, Cal. [Train. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:60 Depot. Lagunitas, Cal. M.P. 25. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:61 Lagunitas, Cal. M.P. 25. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:62 Lagunitas, Cal. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:63 [Lagunitas station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:64 Maud and Ed Gardner's home on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. at Cintura Ave. in Lagunitas circa 1908. (Photo courtesy of Betty Gardner.) [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 Marin County Depot, Lagunitas, California. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:66 Shafter's Spur (Bottini). M.P. 25 ½. Switch on bridge. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:67 Bottini. M.P. 26. [Bridge. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:72.]

 

:68 Camp Taylor. [Train approaching. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:69 [Bottini. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:70 [Camp Taylor station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:88.]

 

:71 [Bridge over creek. Shafters (Bottini). North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:73.]

 

:72 Lagunitas. Branch into Shafters. Highway bridge over creek. [North Pacific Coast Railroad. Duplicate of 62:67.]

 

:73 Lagunitas. Branch into Shafters. [Bridge over creek. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:71.]

 

:74 Lagunitas. Branch into Shafters. [Bridge. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:75 Irvings (Camp Berkeley). [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:76 Irvings. Fur tannery. [From tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:77 Irvings. [Unidentified woman at tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:78 Irvings. M.P. 27. [At tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:79 Irvings. [Woman on tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:80 Irvings. Trestle destroyed by earthquake. April 18, 1906. [California Northwestern Railway.]

 

:81 Between Irvings and Camp Taylor. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:82 Between Irvings and Camp Taylor. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:83 Between Irvings and Camp Taylor. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:84 Between Irvings and Camp Taylor. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:85 August 17, 1907. [Camp Taylor station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 Camp Taylor. M.P. 27 ½. [Resort entrance. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:87 North Pacific Coast Railroad. Paper-Mill Creek. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:88 Camp Taylor. M.P. 28. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Duplicate of 62:70.]

 

:89 Camp Taylor, Marin Co., Cal., R.R. Station. Picnic Crowd. 1904. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:90 Taylorville. M.P. 29. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:91 Taylorville. M.P. 29. Paper Mill. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:92 Taylorville. Paper Mill. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:93 Taylorville. Paper Mill. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:94 Taylorville. Paper Mill. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:95 Taylorville. Lk. So. East. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:96 Near Jewell. M.P. 30. [Unidentified man on tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:97 Tocaloma. Bertrand Hotel.

 

:98 Tocaloma. M.P. 31. [Unidentified group portrait. Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:99 Tocaloma. "Lovers' Lane". [Engine No. 40. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:100 Between Tocaloma and Garcia. M.P. 32. [Unidentified boy on tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:101 Trestle across Papermill Creek. Twisted by earthquake. April 18, 1906.

 

:102 Fatal Funeral Bridge. Tomales, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:103 North Shore Train Approaching Pt. Reyes Station.

 

:104 Trestle across Papermill Creek. M.P. 35. Engine No. 20 & train. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:105 Point Reyes Station. M.P. 36. "Hunters' Special".

 

:106 Point Reyes Station. 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:107 Point Reyes Station. 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:108 Point Reyes Station. Marin Co. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 Point Reyes Yard. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:110 Point Reyes Yard. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:111 Point Reyes Engine House. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:112 Point Reyes Station. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:113 Point Reyes Station. Engine No. 31. Fred Higby; John Hogan; Walter Howe. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:114 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Point Reyes Station, Cal. Standard & Narrow Gauge.

 

:115 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Station, Pt. Reyes Station, Calif.

 

:116 Point Reyes. Train from Camp Meeker. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Point Reyes station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 Point Reyes station. Aerial View. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 Pt. Reyes. The center of Marin's great dairy country. From this point over good roads, Olema, the Country Club and Inverness are reached. The late ...[cropped]... the summer home of many from San Francisco, and the interior is situated four miles from Pt. Reyes Station on the west shore of Tomales Bay.

 

:120 Marin Co. Hills. [Duplicate of 62:120.]

 

:121 [Train. Along Tomales Bay? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Train. Along Tomales Bay? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 Point Reyes Station in Distance. Marin Co. Hills. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 62:120.]

 

:124 North of Point Reyes Station. Roy D. Graves, Fireman. 1906. Engine No. 13. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:125 North of Point Reyes Station. Double Gauge. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 Across Tomales Bay. Railroad in distance. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 North of Point Reyes Station. Approaching Tomales Bay. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 Long Fill across Tomales Bay. South of Bivalve. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 Showing riprap on long fill. Bivalve.

 

:130 North Shore Railway Train. Bivalve. M.P. 39. 1905. [Duplicate of 62:131.]

 

:131 Along Tomales Bay. [North Shore Railway. 1905.] [Duplicate of 62:130.]

 

:132 Along Tomales Bay. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:133 Along Tomales Bay. Near Millerton. M.P. 40. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:134 Waiting for a Southbound Train. Millerton. M.P. 41. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:135 Northwestern Pacific. Tomales Bay. 1908.

 

:136 Tomales Bay on a Quiet Summer Day. Tomales Bay is a body of water which penetrates the coast near the northern boundary of the county, extending in a southeasterly direction for about fifteen miles. It is a landlocked harbor, averaging about a mile in width with a depth of about ten feet of water on the bar. On its western shore is located Inverness, the favorite summer resort, almost hidden in the wooded canyons. On its Eastern shore are the towns of Marshall and Hamlet, with their numerous picturesque clam digging camps, and near its head are the towns of Pt. Reyes Station and Olema. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Millerton in distance. [Tomales Bay.]

 

 :138 View on Tomales Bay. The road runs along the shore of the Bay, for a distance of 16 miles. It abounds in fish and wild game. In the hottest weather of summer in the interior ...[cropped]... State, a ride along this shore is always cool and refreshing. Fisherman's. M.P. 43 ½. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 Near Marconi (Fisherman's). [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 Inverness, the most charming spot in Northern California. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:141 Work train. Near Bayview Tank. M.P. 44 ½. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:142 Marshalls [later, Marshall]. M.P. 45. Track in cut next to highway. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] Train and Depot, Marshalls [later, Marshall], Marin Co., Cal.

 

:144 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 Marshall, Cal. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 Marshalls [later, Marshall]. Shield's Hotel. Ca. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:147 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 Marshalls [later, Marshall]. M.P. 45. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 North Shore Hotel, Marshalls [later, Marshall], Marin County, California.

 

:151 Between Marshalls [later, Marshall] and Hamlet. Havenwood. M.P. 46. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:152 Across Tomales Bay. Railroad in distance. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Unidentified man. Blake's Landing station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 Hamlet. Result of earthquake. 1906. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 Hamlet. M.P. 49. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:156 Hamlet. Boat Landing. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 Keyes Creek Bridge (Ocean Roar). 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:158 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 Construction of Keyes Creek Bridge. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:161 Construction of Ocean Roar Bridge. Keyes Creek. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:162 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Women on tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 Keyes Creek Bridge (Ocean Roar). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 62:178.]

 

:166 Construction of Keyes Creek Bridge. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:167 Keyes Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 Ocean Roar Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Keyes Creek Bridge, under construction. North Shore Railway?]

 

:170 [Keyes Creek Bridge, under construction. North Shore Railway?]

 

:171 Ocean Roar Bridge. Result of earthquake at Tomales. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:172 Result of earthquake at Tomales. [Keyes Creek (Ocean Roar) Bridge. North Shore Railway?]

 

:173 Tomales. [March 19, 1908. Unidentified group portrait at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:174 Floating Gang. [Tomales. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 North Shore R.R. Keyes Creek Bridge.

 

:176 [Gang workers on cars. Tomales Bay area. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Keyes Creek Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 [Keyes Creek Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 62:165.]

 

:179 Camp Pistolesi (Camp Tomales). [People at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:182.]

 

:180 [Camp Pistolesi (Camp Tomales)? Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 Camp Pistolesi, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:182 Camp Pistolesi. [Duplicate of 62:179.]

 

:183 Tomales Bay. Marin County. [Camp Pistolesi. People at tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 [Camp Pistolesi. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Camp Pistolesi. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 Camp Pistolesi. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 Camp Pistolesi.

 

:188 Camp Pistolesi, Marin Co., California. M.P. 51. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 Keyes Estuary. Camp Pistolesi.

 

:190 Keyes Estuary. North of Camp Pistolesi. [Unidentified girl.]

 

:191 Panorama of Keyes Estuary. Camp Pistolesi in distance. 1896. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:192 Walker Creek Bridge. Railroad trestle to the left. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:193 Tomales Creek, near the Bay, showing the tunnel of the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:194 Tunnel No. 3. South of Tomales. M.P. 51 ½. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:195 Trestle½mile south of Tomales. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 Grade south of Tomales. From Cemetery. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 Trestle south of Tomales. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 Tomales. From roof of station. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:199 [Train, near Tomales? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:200 [Trestle, near Tomales? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:201 Grade south of Tomales.

 

:202 [South of Tomales? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 Tomales. M.P. 52 ½. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 Tomales. 1898. [Train in distance. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 Tomales. 1908.

 

:206 Tomales, Marin County. Train approaching in distance. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:207 Station at Tomales. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:208 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal. Mrs. Collister. Mr. Collister, Station Agent. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:209 Tomales. Wharehouse [sic] 300 feet long. Track through interior. Built 1874. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Engine at water tank. Tomales? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:211 Tomales. Arrival of train from "City". [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 Tomales. 1914. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 Tomales. Showing 3-Stall Roundhouse. 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:214 Tomales. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:215 Tomales. 1883. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:216 Tomales. Druids meeting. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 Tomales Yard. North Pacific Coast R.R. [Reproduction of yard plan.]

 

:218 Tomales. Oil tank. Future citizens. 1925. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Train at Tomales station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 63: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Stations, Right of Way -- Tomales to Cazadero

 

:1 [Tomales. Tracks in distance. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 Freight train switching at Tomales. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:3 Train leaving Tomales. 1912. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:4 Train leaving Tomales (northbound). 1900. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:5 Tomales. Northbound train. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:7 Tunnel No. 4. North of Tomales. M.P. 53 ½. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:8 [Unidentified woman on tracks. Tunnel north of Tomales. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 Trestle north of Tunnel No. 4. M.P. 54. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 Crossing south of Fallon. M.P. 54 1/4. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 Stempel Creek Bridge ("Wind Bridge"). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 Stempel Creek Bridge. M.P. 54 ½. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 Stempel Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Portion of Stempel Creek Bridge, right. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 Fallon. M.P. 55. 300-lb. cheese for exhibit at Midwinter Fair in San Francisco (on platform). 1894. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:16 Fallon M.P. 55. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:17 Fallon, Calif. Fallon Creamery. Railroad track to left. Ca. 1890s. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:18 Fallon's Creamery, Fallon, Marin Co., on North Shore Railroad.

 

:19 [Fallon station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 [Train. At Fallon? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 Fallon (Abandoned station). 1945. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 In the Agricultural District. Between Fallon and Clark's Summit. M.P. 56. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 Clark's Summit. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 This represents a view of the Grazing land between Tomales and Freestone. 60 miles from San Francisco. Between Clark Summit and Valley Ford.

 

:25 Valley Ford. M.P. 59. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 [Valley Ford station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 [Valley Ford station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 Valley Ford. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 Valley Ford, Sonoma Co. M.P. 59. 1906. [Station. North Shore Railway?]

 

:30 Valley Ford. 1904. [Station. North Shore Railway?]

 

:31 Valley Ford, Sonoma Co. ...[cropped]. [Station. North Shore Railway?]

 

:32 South of Bodega Roads. M.P. 61. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 Bodega Road. M.P. 62. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:34 Bodega Road. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 [Bodega Road station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:36 Freestone. 1889. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:37 Freestone. M.P. 63 ½. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:38 [Freestone station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 Freestone. 1925. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 Horseshoe Bend. M.P. 65. 1906. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:41 Horseshoe Bend. M.P. 65. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 View in the Redwoods, near Howards, 69 miles from San Francisco. The climate is mild and dry and is a choice location for Camping parties. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 Bridge across Brown Gulch, on the line of the North Pacific Coast Railroad. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:44 North Pacific Coast Railroad -- Bridge Over Brown's Canyon. [Illustration reproduced from California Spirit of the Times. July 23, 1883.]

 

:45 Brown's Canyon. Trestle 142 feet high. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Walter Proctor.]

 

:46 Brown's Canyon Bridge. 1898. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:47 Brown's Canyon Bridge. M.P. 66. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 Brown's Canyon Bridge. 142 ft. high. 1925. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 Brown's Canyon. [Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 [Train on Brown's Canyon Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 Brown's Canyon. 1902. [Trestle. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:52 Approaching Occidental. 1906. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:53 Occidental. 1902. Fred Windrick, engineer (in cab). H.A. Graves, conductor (at corner of tank). Engine No. 13 and work train. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:54 Panorama of Occidental, Cal.

 

:55 Occidental (Howards). 1896. [Station at left. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:56 Howards (Occidental). M.P. 67. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:57 Occidental. Calif. [Station, center. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Photograph by Morris.]

 

:58 Occidental. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 Occidental. 1928. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 Occidental (Howards). M.P. 67. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:61 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Station, Occidental, Cal.

 

:62 Occidental. 1925. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Station, Occidental, Cal. Ca. 1922.

 

:64 Occidental, Cal. Ca. 1905. [Station. North Shore Railway?] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:65 Birds Eye View of Occidental, in the heart of the fruit, grape, and lumber region of Sonomo [i.e. Sonoma] County. W.B. Coy carries a large stock of general merchandise, and is funeral director. W. Hanson delivers sweet and juicy meats. Louis Beadle runs the Post Office and keeps candies and notions. J.B. Dodge does the blacksmithing and wagon repairing. T.L. Orr has a large winery. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Station and Round House. 1896. [From collection of Ethel Luce.]

 

:66 Occidental, Cal. [Photograph by Rhea.]

 

:67 Valley Farm, near Camp Meeker and Occidental, now open for the season; terms reasonable; a delightful place to rest, especially for mothers and children. Table supplied with all the delicacies of the season. Address W. Howard, Occidental, Cal. [From collection of Ethel Luce.]

 

:68 Res. of William Howard, Howard Summit, Sonoma Co., Cal. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:69 Between Occidental and Camp Meeker. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:70 Between Occidental and Camp Meeker. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:71 Between Occidental and Camp Meeker. [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:72 Near Camp Meeker.

 

:73 Between Occidental and Camp Meeker. [Tracks. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [From collection of Ethel Luce.]

 

:74 Camp Meeker. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [From collection of Ethel Luce.]

 

:75 Depot at Camp Meeker. When this is reached the eye rests on a picture indescribably grand, which is only to be seen where the giant Redwoods and Douhlas [sic] Spruce tower their straight pointed tops one above the other up the declivity of the mountain sides, and atmosphere is laden with their balsamic and healthful odors. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:76 Camp Meeker. 1898. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:77 Meeker's Station. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:78 Camp Meeker. 1925. [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 Camp Meeker. M.P. 68 ½. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 Camp Meeker. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 Camp Meeker. [Station scene. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:82 Meeker Bros. Manufacturers of all kinds of red wood and pine lumber and a general assortment of mouldings. Near Occidental, Sonoma Co., California. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:83 Depot at Camp Meeker, California. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:84 Train nearing Camp Meeker, California. [North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:85 West of Camp Meeker. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 North Shore Railway. West of Camp Meeker. 1904. [Engine No. 20.]

 

:87 Trestle near Simoni's. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 Bird's-eye view of Camp Meeker Looking South. [Train on trestle. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:89 Panorama of N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] at Ochre. M.P. 69 ½.

 

:90 The last remaining trestle of The North Shore Railroad at Ochre (Old Chicken Brown Place). Photographed by Merl A. Sturgeon. Dad Sturgeon in the picture. April 28, 1951.

 

:91 Trestle near Ochre. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 Abandoned trestle near Ochre. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 LaSalle Creek. Near Camp Meeker. [Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 Approaching Camp Meeker (South Bound). [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 Southbound train approaching Camp Meeker. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Trestle near Simoni's. [Engine No. 16. Northwestern Pacific Railroad]

 

:97 Trestle across Simoni's Canyon. M.P. 70. 1906. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:98 Streeten's Mill. 1883. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:99 Streeten's Mill. 1883. [Along North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 Streeten's Mill. [Along North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 Streeten Mills. [Along North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 Streeten Mill. [Along North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Streetens Mill. 1883. [Along North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 Dutch Bill Creek Suspension. Bridge. M.P. 70. [North Shore Railway?]

 

:105 Dutch Bill Creek Suspension Bridge. 1905. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:106 Tunnel No. 5. M.P. 70 ½. South Portal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of G.H. Kneiss.]

 

:107 Abandoned Right-of-Way. Near Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 Abandoned Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 Abandoned Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 Abandoned Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Tunnel No. 5? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 North Pacific Coast Railroad -- Tyrone Mills. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:113 Tyrone Mills, on the land of the Russian River Land and Lumber Company. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:114 Camp Tyrone, Cal. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 Tyrone. M.P. 72. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 Meekers Grove. River Landing (Monte Rio).

 

:117 Meeker's Mill. River Landing (Monte Rio). [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Photograph by F.N. Sheldon.]

 

:118 Monte Rio. [Station scene. North Shore Railway?]

 

:119 [Monte Rio station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:120 Monte Rio. M.P. 73 1/4. [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway?]

 

:121 [Monte Rio station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:122 [Monte Rio station. Engine No. 92. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:123 R.R. Depot, Monte Rio. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 472S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:124 [Monte Rio station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:125 River Landing (Monte Rio). 1883. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:126 Monte Rio. 1906. [Station. North Shore Railway.]

 

:127 Monte Rio. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 [Group portrait with engine. Monte Rio? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:129 Monte Rio. 1906. [Station. North Shore Railway.]

 

:130 Monte Rio. [Station scene. North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:131 Monte Rio. 1902. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:132 Monte Rio. Engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad?

 

:133 Monte Rio. Freight depot. 1930. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Monte Rio station. Engine No. 61. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 Depot. Monte Rio, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:136 [Monte Rio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 [Monte Rio station scene. North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:138 Monte Rio. 1914. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 Depot. Monte Rio, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 Monte Rio. 1920. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 Monte Rio Station. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Copyright 1913 by M. Alloway.]

 

:142 The Cremation of Care. Bohemian Grove. Monte Rio. 1907. Bohemian Club Special Train Crew at left (specially invited). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 Russian River. Near Mesa Grande. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 Russian River. North of Monte Rio. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 Mesa Grande. M.P. 74. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 Mesa Grande. Grandville, Cal. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 [Mesa Grande station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:148 Mesa Grande. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 Mesa Grande. [Near station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 [Mesa Grande. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 Mesa Grande. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 Near Sheridan. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 Sheridan Water Tank. M.P. 75. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 Sheridan. M.P. 75. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of G.H. Kneiss.]

 

:155 Russian River. Sheridan. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 Sheridan Water Tank. M.P. 75. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 Between Sheridan and Moscow. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 Moscow. M.P. 76. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 Between Moscow and Duncan's Mills. M.P. 76. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:160 Russian River Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 Russian River Bridge. Duncan's Mills. North Pacific Coast Railroad. About 1900.

 

:162 Duncan's Mills. Russian River. 1906. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:163 North Pacific Coast Railroad -- Bridge over the Russian River. [Illustration reproduced from California Spirit of the Times, July 23, 1883.]

 

:164 Duncan's Mills. Original Bridge across Russian River. 1877. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:165 Duncan's Mills. Original Bridge across Russian River. 1877. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:166 Duncan's Mills. Bridge across Russian River. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:167 Duncan's Mills. Bridge across Russian River. 1912. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:168 Duncan's Mills Bridge. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 [Duncan's Mills. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Original stored separately.]

 

:169a Duncan's Mills. M.P. 76 ½. Line to Azalea (Freesout), extreme right. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Original stored separately.]

 

:170 Duncan's Mills Bridge. 1912. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 Duncan's Mills. 1886. El Bonito Hotel. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:172 Duncan's Mills. 1878.

 

:173 Duncan's Mills. 1877. Old Mileage from S.F. 79½miles. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:174 Duncan's Mills. M.P. 76½(new). M.P. 79½(old).

 

:175 "Early Days". Duncan's Mills, Calif.

 

:176 Duncan's Mills. 1898. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 Duncan's Mills. 1886. El Bonito Hotel. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:178 Duncan's Mills. 1880. El Bonito Hotel before moving to south side of railroad track. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:179 Duncan's Mills. Sonoma Co., Cal. 1883.

 

:180 Duncan's Mills, 79 miles from San Francisco, on the west bank of the Russian River, 4 miles from the Ocean. Contains a good hotel, Stores and a sawmill. A famous resort for hunting and fishing. Steel-heads and bass abound in the river, the redwood groves in the vicinity afford a splendid opportunity for camping parties. 1898.

 

:181 Duncan's Mills. Duncan (L) and Fraser (R) homes. 1898. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:182 Duncan's Mills. Lk. south.

 

:183 Duncan's Mills. 1906. Looking east. [Yards. North Shore Railway.]

 

:184 Duncans Mills. 1925. [Bridge over Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 "Double-Header" leaving Duncans Mills. 1907. [Engines No. 13 and 16. North Shore Railway.]

 

:186 Duncans Mills. 1906. [Engine No. 13. North Shore Railway.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 16. Duncan's Mills. North Shore Railway?]

 

:188 [Duncan's Mills. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 Duncan's Mills store. Damaged by earthquake. 1906. Russian River Bridge. [Along North Shore Railway.]

 

:190 Duncan's Mill. [Along North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:191 Duncan's Mill.

 

:192 Duncan's Mill Yard.

 

:193 Lumber Mill and Yard, Duncan's Mill, Cal. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 Main Street Duncan's Mills, Cal. [At crossing. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 Markham Mill. Markhams. Markham Branch of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad].

 

:196 Duncan's Mills. 1912. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Duncan's Mills? Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 Car, R.R. station, Duncan's Mills, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 Temporary station. 1906. [Duncan's Mills. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 North Pacific Coast Railroad -- Russian River. [Illustration reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:201 D.M.L. & L. Co. [i.e. Duncan's Mills Logging and Lumber Company] Tyrone. Near Duncan's Mills.

 

:202 The Cliffs -- Austin Creek. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:203 Rocky Point. North of Duncan's Mills. M.P. 77. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 M.P. 78. [North of Duncan's Mills. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 Austin Creek. M.P. 78. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:206 Between Austin Creek and Kidd Creek. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 Fraser. M.P. 78 ½. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 Between Austin Creek and Kidd Creek. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 Between Austin Creek and Kidd Creek. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 [Tracks between Austin Creek and Kidd Creek. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 [Tracks between Austin Creek and Kidd Creek. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:212 Kidd Creek. M.P. 80. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:213 Watson. M.P. 81. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 Elim Grove. This picture represents the Elim Grove Hotel, situated in a forest of large redwood trees. In this grove the Bohemian Club formerly had their [summer?] outing. Open during the summer months. It is½of a mile from Cazadero and is under the same management.

 

:215 [Miller Retreat station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 Elim Grove. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 Elim Grove. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 Elim Grove. M.P. 83. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:219 [Elim Grove. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:220 Cazadero Redwoods -- Hotel and Camping Grounds. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 Elim Grove Hotel. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 Elim Grove. [Hotel. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 Elim Grove Hotel. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 Elim Grove. Big Trees. 1890. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 Elim Grove. Big Trees. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 Elim Grove, Cazadero, Cal. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:227 Auston [i.e. Austin] Creek. Elim Grove. [Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:228 Auston [i.e. Austin] Creek Bridge. Elim Grove. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 Elim Grove. Austin Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 Elim Grove. Austin Creek Bridge. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 Elim Grove. Austin Creek Bridge. Engine No. 11. 1890. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:232 Austin Creek Bridge. [Elim Grove. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:233 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Track Through Redwoods, Cazadero, Cal.

 

:234 Miller's Retreat, Cazadero, California. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 Cazadero. 1905. [Engine No. 7. North Shore Railway.]

 

:236 Cazadero. 1892. Engine No. 6. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:237 A Depot Scene, Cazadero, Cal. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:238 [Cazadero Station. Engine No. 16. North Shore Railway.]

 

:239 [Cazadero station. Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 [Cazadero station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 Cazadero. M.P. 86½(old line). M.P. 83½(new line). 1908. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 Cazadero. 1908. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Unidentified group portrait at tree. Near Cazadero? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 90. Cazadero? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 90. Cazadero? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Freight cars at station. Cazadero? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 Fallon Crossing. The last N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] train, taking the last load of steel away. [September 12, 1930.]

 

:248 The last train pulling out from Fallon. [September 12, 1930. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Fallon? Location of former tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Fallon? Location of former tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 August 30, 1959. [Unidentified group portrait. San Anselmo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Louis Stein.]

 

:252 [Automobile tunnel, formerly for locomotives? Unidentified location.]

 

:253 Foundations of abandoned trestle. W. of Fairfax. [From Northwestern Pacific Railroad line.]

 

:254 White's Hill abandoned right-of-way (abandoned 1932). 1 mile west of Fairfax. [February 11, 1940.] [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:255 [Water tank, abandoned Northwestern Pacific Railroad line. White's Hill, west of Fairfax.]

 

:256 [Automobile at tunnel used as fire road. Former line of Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:257 [Automobile at tunnel used as fire road. Former line of Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:258 [Tunnel, former line of Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:259 Tocaloma. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Marshall station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 Point Reyes Station. Feb. 11, 1940. Wurm. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 Old N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] trestle. Tomales Bay, Near Hamlet. [Roy D. Graves, center.]

 

:266 Bridge pilings of North Pacific Railroad across Walker Creek.

 

:267 [Unidentified view, with tunnel in center. Former line of Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:268 Abandoned tunnel No. 3. South of Tomales. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 Remnants of station, Tomales, track to the left -- work house extended over foreground 300 feet long and 90 feet wide. The last train ran March 30, 1930.

 

:270 Miniture [sic] water tower & cream house -- cream was weighed in tilted building before shipment from Tomales.

 

:271 [Remnants of Tomales yards. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Remnants of Tomales yards. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 [Abandoned trestle. Unidentified location. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 [Train approaching crossing. Unidentified location. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Cf. 63:275.]

 

:275 [Road at former crossing of Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Cf. 63:274.]

 

:276 [Former site of Northwestern Pacific Railroad line. Unidentified location.]

 

:277 Foundation of fallen station framed by a modern facsimile of Fort Ross -- The property is now owned by a Russian Family. [From Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 Trestle at Valley Ford. Estero Americano Bridge. County line Marin & Sonoma. M.P. 58 ½. [From Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 Valley Ford. Remains of Estero Americano Bridge. 1948. [From Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 Trestle at Valley Ford. [Estero Americano Bridge. From Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 Valley Ford. Remains of old N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] trestle. Estero Americano. Alvin Graves. Roy Graves. November 12, 1966. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:282 Valley Ford. Roy Graves -- Alvin Graves -- Ted Wurm. Remains of old N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] trestle. November 12, 1966. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:283 Remains of Valley Ford trestle. Alvin & Roy Graves. Ted Wurm. 1966.

 

:284 Trestle of North Pacific Railroad -- Valley Ford in background. Site on Marin-Sonoma county line.

 

:285 [Automobile on road. Near former site of Northwestern Pacific Railroad line crossing?]

 

:286 [Roadway, near former site of Northwestern Pacific Railroad line crossing?]

 

:287 [Bodega Road station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Freestone station. Abandoned? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Freestone station. Abandoned? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280a [Occidental. Former station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281a [Former Northwestern Pacific Railroad station?]

 

:282a [Former Occidental station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283a [Bodega Road station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284a [Automobile on road. Near former site of Northwestern Pacific Railroad line crossing?]

 

:285a [Roadway, near former site of Northwestern Pacific Railroad line crossing?]

 

:286a [Occidental station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287a [Automobile on roadway at Kidd Creek sign.]

 

:288a Railway and Locomotive Historical Society. Cazadero Redwoods. Left to Right: Brown (deceased), Norbert Graves, Louis Stein, Paul Henchey (deceased), Stanly Merritt (deceased), Roy D. Graves, Edward Planer, Edward Turner, Erich Thomsen. On top of log, left to right: Bob Stein, Francis Guido.

 

:289a [Automobile bridge. Formerly used for Northwestern Pacific Railroad line?]

 

:290 Lumber Mill in Cazadero, Calif.

 

:291 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees. North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:292--NEG [Negative.]

 

:293--NEG [Negative.]

 

Volume 64: Northwestern Pacific Railroad (Narrow Gauge) -- North Pacific Coast Railroad -- North Shore Railway -- Locomotives

 

:1 Plate found in Bay off San Quentin. S.R. & S.Q.R.R. [i.e. San Rafael and San Quentin Railroad]. 1870.

 

:2 [Reproduction of description of North Pacific Coast Railroad locomotives.]

 

:3 [Reproduced index referring to North Pacific Coast Railroad locomotives.]

 

:4 [Reproduction of description of Northwestern Pacific Railroad and North Shore Railway locomotives.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of cover of brochure on for North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 62:1 and 62:9.]

 

:6 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 1. Elk Creek.

 

:7 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 1. Elk Creek.

 

:8 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 1. Elk Creek.

 

:9 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 1, Saucelito. 4-4-0. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works, Nov. 1873. No. 3495.

 

:10 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 1. At Elk Creek.

 

:11 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 1, Saucelito, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive works in Nov. 1873. Builders No. 3495. Cyl.: 12 x 16 [inches]; Driv.: 40 inches. This engine was considered too light for the road and was sold to the L.E. White Lumber Co. Photo shows engine while working on the Elk Creek R.R. Richter. 1940.

 

:12 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 1 and helper engine. Stevenson Creek Bridge. Elk Creek, Cal.

 

:13 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 2. At San Quentin. Wm. Richardson, Engineer. Boyd, Station Agent.

 

:14 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 2. At Millwood. On trial trip.

 

:15 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 2. San Rafa el. Built by Mason Locomotive Works in Sept. 1874. Builders No. 537. 0-4-4T; Cyl.: 12" x 16"; Drivers: 42"; Wt.: 20 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 2 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 2 and No. 89. Leaving Sausalito on Mill Valley Local. About 1900. Scrapped 1912.

 

:16 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 2. Mill Valley, Cal. April 14, 1893. [Photograph by Martin Behrman.]

 

:17 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad No. 2. At Millwood. L to R: John Brady, conductor. Chas. Stocker, engineer. Murbach, brakeman. Rob't Clark, fireman. As an oil-burner. 1901.

 

:18 Built by Mason Locomotive Works. Never delivered to N.P.C. [i.e. North Pacific Coast].

 

:19 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 3. At Streeten's Mill.

 

:20 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 3. At San Geronimo.

 

:21 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 3. Tomales. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in May 1875. Builders No. 3722. 4-4-0; Cylinders: 12" x 16"; Drivers: 42"; Wt.: 22.2 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 3 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 3 and No. 83. Converted to Oil-burner in 1905. Scrapped 1913. Sausalito, 1899.

 

:22 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 3. At Occidental.

 

:23 [Engine No. 3. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:24 At San Anselmo -- 1880. Gerald Best.

 

:25 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 4. Olema. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in August, 1874. Builders No. 3629. Cylinders 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22 tons. Picture taken at Lagunitas, Cal., about 1874.

 

:26 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 4. Olema. Duncans Mills, Calif., about 1877.

 

:27 [Engine No. 4. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:28 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 4. Olema. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in August, 1874. Builders No. 3629. Cylinders 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 4 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 4 and 81. Scrapped 1911. Picture taken at Elim Grove about 1886. Bohemian Club Encampment.

 

:29 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 4. At San Anselmo. Conductors Murray and Brown at side of car. Ca. 1895.

 

:30 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 4. At Sausalito, Cal. about 1899. John J. Keating, eng., at pilot. Frank Murray, fireman, at cab.

 

:31 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 4. Shafter's Canyon.

 

:32 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 5. Bodega. Sausalito. 1888.

 

:33 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 5. Camp Taylor.

 

:34 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 5. Bodega. At Taylorville, Cal.

 

:35 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 5. At Occidental.

 

:36 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 5. Bodega, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in Mar., 1875. Builders No. 3703. Cyl.: 12 x 16 [inches]; Driv.: 42"; Wt. 44,000-lb. Rebuilt in 1900 with water-tube boiler and cab in front and renumbered N.P.C.R.R. No. 21. Scrapped 1904. Photo taken at Camp Taylor, Cal. Harlan.

 

:37 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 6. Valley Ford . 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Nov. 1874. Builders No. 3664. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Later sold to Dollar Lumber Co. Returned to N.P.C. in 1901. Renumbered N.P.C.R.R. No. 22. At "B" Street, San Rafael on Duncans Mills Passenger about 1877.

 

:38 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 6. At Camp Taylor, Cal. [Duplicate of 64:39.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 6. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Duplicate of 64:38.]

 

:40 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 6. Mill Valley 1892. Chas. Stocker, engineer at left. John Brady, conductor, 3rd [from] left.

 

:41 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 7. Tamalpais. At Tomales, Cal. L to R: H.A. Graves, station agent (rear of tender). A.B. Murray, conductor (at cab). Jack Driscoll, engineer (at pilot). 1883.

 

:42 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 7. Elim Grove.

 

:43 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 7. At Cazadero. Ben Murray & Frank Murray on pilot.

 

:44 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 7. Tamalpais. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in April 1875. Builders No. 3721. 4-4-0: Cylinders: 12" by 16"; Drivers: 42"; Wt. 22.2 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 7 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 7 and No. 80. Scrapped 1911. Sausalito Shops 1901.

 

:45 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 8. Bully Boy. At Duncans Mill (top) [64:45]. At Point Reyes (bottom) [64:46.]. [Duplicate of 64:47.]

 

:46 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 8. Bully Boy. At Duncans Mill (top) [64:45]. At Point Reyes (bottom) [64:46.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 8. At Duncan's Mills. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 64:45.]

 

:48 At Point Reyes Station. [Engine No. 8. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:49 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 8. Bully Boy. At Mason Locomotive Works.

 

:50 [Engine No. 8. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:51 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 8. At Fallon.

 

:52 At Mason Locomotive & Machine Co. [Engine No. 8. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:53 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 8. Bully Boy. Built by Mason Locomotive Works in January 1877. Builders No. 584. 0-6-4: Cylinders: 13" x 16"; Drivers 37"; Wt.: 24.2 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 8 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 8 and 88. Scrapped 1911. At Sausalito with Fairfax Picnic Train -- 1900.

 

:54 North Pacific Coast. Engine No. 8. Bullyboy. At Duncan's Mills, California. Frank Simpton, Fireman (in cab). Osborn, Engineer (in door).

 

:55 North Pacific Coast Railroad no. 9. Milton S. Latham. At Camp Taylor. W.C. Collister (left), fireman. Arthur C. Briggs (next), engineer. Both lost their lives in the wreck of this engine in Austin Creek, January 15, 1894.

 

:56 Elim Grove. 1892. [Engine No. 9. North Pacific Coast Railroad . Duplicate of 64:59.]

 

:57 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 9. M.M. O'Shaughnessy, surveyer [sic], at transit. Mill Valley, 1890.

 

:58 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 9. Milton S. Latham. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in June 1875. Builders No. 3749. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Wrecked in Austin Creek, February 14, 1894. Rebuilt and renumbered N.P.C.R.R. No. 17. Destroyed in wreck near Corte Madera in 1899. Picture at Point Reyes Station cir: 1890.

 

:59 Elim Grove. 1892. [Engine No. 9. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 64:57.]

 

:60 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 10. Bloomfield. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in March 1876. Builders No. 3840. Cyl. 12 x 16 in.. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Sold in 1895 to Guatemala Central R.R. Later Ferrocarril International de Central America. Photo taken when engine was on F.I. de C.A. Richter.

 

:61 Kidd Creek. [Engine No. 11. North Pacific Coast Railroad .]

 

:62 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 11, Marin , 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in Mar. 1876. Builders No. 3842. Cyl. 12 x 16 [inches]; Driv. 42"; Wt. 46,000-lb. Later N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 11 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 82. Scrapped about 1910. Photo taken on Austin Creek Bridge near Cazadero, Cal. Silverthorn.

 

:63 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 12, Sonoma , 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Works in Mar. 1876. Builders No. 3843. Cyl. 12" x 16"; Driv. 42 in.; Wt. 44,000-lb. The above engine was sold to the Nevada Central R.R. and became N.C.R.R. No. 5. (Above picture shows engine as N.C.R.R. No. 5.) Now owned by Pacific Coast Chapter of R. & L.H. Soc. [i.e. Railway and Locomotive Historical Society].

 

:64 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 12. Nevada Central R.R. No. 5. Used in pageant "Driving Last Spike" at Golden Gate Int. Exposition, Treasure Island, 1939-40.

 

:65 Ex N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 12. In pageant at Golden Gate International Exposition. Treasure Island. 1939-40.

 

:66 [Engine No. 13. North Pacific Coast Railroad .]

 

:67 [Engine No. 13. North Pacific Coast Railroad .]

 

:68 North Pacific Coast R.R. No 13. At Camp Taylor Ca. 1884. Chas. Stocker, engineer. [Photograph by Ed Mundt.]

 

:69 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 13. At Tomales. Bill Osborn, engineer; Orrie ("Poker") Smith, conductor. Fireman unknown. Smith behind fireman. Ca. 1898.

 

:70 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 13, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Feb. 1883. Builders No. 6611. Cyl.: 14 x 18 [inches]; Driv. 39". Used in freight service and was largest engine used above Fairfax on the N.P.C.R.R. Later was N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 13 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 195. Scrapped 1910. Photo taken at Occidental, Cal.

 

:71 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 13. Occidental -- 1904. H.A. Graves, conductor at corner of tender.

 

:72 Duncans Mills. 1897. [Station. North Pacific Coast Railroad .]

 

:73 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 13. At Occidental, July 4, 1902. L to R: S.W. Collister, station agent at Occidental; Bill Morrell, conductor; H. LaFranchi, brakeman; Howard Pollard, brakeman; Billy Roix, engine watchman; Jack Keating, engineer; McDonald, brakeman; Jim Murry, fireman.

 

:74 Sausalito. 1902. [Engine No. 13. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:75 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 14. At Sausalito, 1898. Leo DeSella, conductor standing at cab.

 

:76 Sausalito. 1899. [Engine No. 14. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:77 John Creed, engr. Jack Kiething [i.e. Keating?], center. Streeten Wasser, fireman. [Engine No. 14. North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 14. "San Rafael Local" approaching Corte Madera. 1898.

 

:79 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 14. 4-4-0:: Built by Brooks Locomotive Works in May 1891. Builders No. 1885. Cyl. 16 x 20 in. Drivers 48 in. Wt. 34 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 14 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 14 and No. 92. Scrapped 1935. Ed. Mundt.

 

:80 [Engine No. 14? North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 15. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:82 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 15. Passing Escalle.

 

:83 North Pacific Coast R.R. Engine No. 15 and San Rafael train. Ross station. 1898.

 

:84 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 15. L to R: Chick Garcia, Fireman. John Driscoll, Engineer. 1902.

 

:85 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 15. 4-4- 0:: Built by Brooks Locomotive Works in May 1891. Builders No. 1886. Cyl. 15 x 20 in. Dr ivers 48 in. Wt. 34 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 15 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 15 and 90. Scrapped 1935. Photo taken on wharf at Sausalito Terminal in 1893. John Williams [named crossed out] , Engineer; Archibold Murray, Conductor; Goldanger, Brakeman. Edwin H. Shoemaker, Sup't of N.P.C.R.R., standing near middle of engine. [Martin] Behrman Collection.

 

:86 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 16. 4 -4-0:: Built by Brooks Locomotive Works in March 1894. Builders No. 2421. Cyl. 15 x 20 in. Drivers 48 in. Wt. 34 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 16 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 16 and No. 91. Scrapped 1935. Picture taken at "B" St. station, San Rafael, Cal., July 4th about 1895. John Driscoll, Engineer in cab. Driscoll Coll. [Cf. 64:90.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:88a [Reproduction of builders' specifications for engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 16. Decorated for 4th of July. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Cf. 64:86.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Maiden run?]

 

:91 [Engine No. 16. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:92 Narrow Gauge Brooks Locomotive No. 16 of the North Pacific Coast R.R., California -- Built 1894. Drawing by Capt. Frederic Shaw. In book Oil Lamps & Iron Ponies.

 

:93 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 17. 4-4-0:: Rebuilt by N.P.C.R.R. Shops from wreck of N.P.C.R.R. No. 9. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Ex N.P.C.R.R. No. 9. Again wrecked at tunnel near Corte Madera and scrapped. Picture taken on Brown's Canyon Trestle near Occidental, Cal. See N.P.C. No. 9.

 

:94 [Engine No. 17. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:95 Refueling Engine No. 17 at Point Reyes. (Ex N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 9.) [Duplicate of 64:97.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 17. Point Reyes. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 17. Point Reyes. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 64:95.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 17. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:99 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 18. 4-6-0:: Built by Brooks Locomotive Works in 1899. Builders No. 3418. Cyl. 16" x 22". Drivers 55 in. Wt. 40 tons. Later N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 18 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 18, No. 145 and No. 95. Scrapped at Tiburon, Cal. in 1935.

 

:100 North Pacific Coast R.R. Train on San Quentin Wharf. 1901. [Engine No. 18.]

 

:101 [Engine No. 18. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:102 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 18, 4-6-0, built by Brooks Locomotive Works in 1899. Builders No. 33418. Cyl. 16" x 22" in.; Dia. Driv. 54 in.; Wt. 72,200-lb. Later North Shore R.R. No. 18 and was renumbered 145 when the N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] took over the road and then again renumbered the 95, which was the number when the narrow-gauge was abandoned. This was the largest narrow-gauge engine in the world at the time and was built for the San Rafael "Express" and came out as a coal burner. This picture was taken at Sausalito just after the engine was converted to an oil burner and shows how it looked when built. It was used later as both a freight and passenger engine on the main line after the road was built through the Bothin cut-off under White's Hill and the curves straightened out. Out of service when the narrow-gauge was discontinued in 1930.

 

:103 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 20, 4-4-0, built by the North Pacific Coast R.R. in 1900. This engine was completely built in the Sausalito shops, with the exception of the frame. It was a wood burner and was used on the Cazadero passenger run for years. It was a fine machine and had a deep steam-boat whistle that could be heard for miles. Scrapped about 1915 when the narrow-gauge was discontinued from Sausalito to Point Reyes. Picture taken at Sausalito round house in 1900 when the engine was being made ready for its maiden run. Luke Zaro collection. [Duplicate of 64:108.]

 

:104 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 20. 4-4-0:: Built by North Pacific Coast R.R. in 1900. Builders No. 1. Cyl. 13 x 18 in. Drivers 47 in.. Wt. 24.7 tons. Later North Shore Ry. No. 20 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 20 and No. 84. Scrap 1924.

 

:105 [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad. During maiden run?]

 

:106 [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 63:103.]

 

:109 [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:110 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 20 at Cazadero about 1902. Jack Keating, engineer, 2nd from left; LaFranchi, brakeman, 3rd; Archibald Murray, conductor, 5th from left. Jack Keating collection. 1933.

 

 :111 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 21. 4-4-0:: Built by N.P.C.R.R. in 1901. Builders No. 2. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. First cab-in-front locomotive in the world. Also one of first oil-burners. Built with enclined water-tube boiler on frame of ex N.P.C.R.R. No. 5. Scrapped 1904. Photo at Sausalito Depot about 1902.

 

:112 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 21. Taken at Point Reyes Station about 1902. Mike Clasby, engineer, at side of engine with oil can.

 

:113 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 21 taken at Sausalito, Cal., in 1900. This photo was taken of the engine when it was just completed at the N.P.C. R.R. shops. James McAdams, Chief Boilermaker who built the boiler in the cab at throttle. N.P.C.R.R. No. 2 is coupled on behind the 21.

 

:114 [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad. Reproduction of drawing based on photograph 64:113.]

 

:115 First "Cab-in-Front" Locomotive. N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 21. Wm. Thomas, M.M., inventor in cab. Photo taken at Alameda Point (Pine), in 1901. [From collection of Mrs. Ada Brown.]

 

:116 Howards (Occidental). 1901. [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:117 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 21 with private car No. 02. At Sausalito, Cal. terminal. Taken about 1902. Serg. F.X. Latulipe, S.F.P.D. [i.e. San Francisco Police Department], collection. 1934.

 

:118 Howards (Occidental). 1901. [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:119 San Anselmo. 1903. George Compere, Fireman (in cab). Tom Coughlin, engineer (standing). [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:120 San Anselmo. 1903. [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:121 First American Cab-in-Front Locomotive. Narrow Gauge Built, 1900 by North Pacific Coast R.R., California. Elevation drawing through boiler. N.P.C.R.R. No. 21. Drawing by Capt. Frederic Shaw. ( Oil Lamps and Iron Ponies.)

 

:122 Section Through Boiler. [Reproduction of diagram of cross-section drawing of engine boiler. North Pacific Coast Railroad?]

 

:123 An Oil-Burning Locomotive. [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:125 Construction of water-tube Boiler. Engine No. 21. Sausalito, Calif. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:126 Construction of water-tube Boiler. Engine No. 21. Sausalito, California. [North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:127 Construction of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 21. Sausalito, California. 1901.

 

:128 Construction of N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 21. Sausalito, California. 1901.

 

:129 North Pacific Coast R.R. No. 22, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Nov. 1874. Builders No. 3664. Cyl. 12 x 16 [inches]; Driv. 42"; Weight 44,000-lb. Former N.P.C.R.R. No. 6. Sold to the Dollar Lumber Co. at Markham, Cal. Later returned to the N.P.C.R.R. and numbered 22. McFarland -- 1941.

 

:130 Engine Ex N.P.C.R.R [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 6 from Dollar Lumber Co. Markham, Cal. 1902.

 

:131 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 22. Fitted with air pumps for construction of Whites Hill Tunnel. 1902.

 

:132 Duncans Mills Land & Lumber Co. Train on Austin Creek. Mrs. Duncan's "Teakettle."

 

:133 The Markham Mill on the Russian River, Sonoma County, California.

 

:134 N.P.C. [i.e North Pacific Coast] 6. Sausalito, Cal. Apr., 1902. [Copyright 1932 by L. Slevin.]

 

:135 Duncans Mills Land & Lumber Co. "Mrs. Duncan's Teakettle." Duncans Mills.

 

:136 [Engine Tyrone. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:137 [Engine Tyrone. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:138 Duncans Mills Land & Lumber Co. Engine Tyrone. In Kidd Creek.

 

:139 Duncan's Mills. [Engine Tyrone. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:140 Tyrone at Duncans Mills. [Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:141 The Tyrone. [Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:142 D.M.L. & L. Co. [i.e. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company]. Tyrone. Elim Grove.

 

:143 Tyrone at Duncans Mills. [Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:144 Tyrone with a train of logs. Duncans Mills. [Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:145 [Engine Tyrone. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:146 Duncans Mills. Hotel "El Bonito" in background. [Engine Tyrone. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:147 [Engine El Bonito and logging train. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:148 Kidd Creek. [Tender car at water tank. Duncan's Mills Land and Lumber Company.]

 

:149 Willow Creek. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 Willow Creek. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 Sonoma Magnesite Co. Magnesia Station. Near Watsons. First Motive Power.

 

:152 Sonoma Magnesite Co. Engine No. 2.

 

:153 [Engine No. 3. Sonoma Magnesite Company.]

 

:154 Sonoma Magnesite Co. Engine No. 3. Betsy.

 

:155 First Load of Magnesite. 1916. Sonoma Magnesite Co.

 

:156 Sonoma Magnesite Co. R.R. Train at Magnesia.

 

:157 Magnesite Railroad. [Reproduction of Sonoma Magnesite Company Railroad route map.]

 

:157a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:158 Small Saddle Tank engine No. 2 used by the construction company in building the double track for the electric system of the North Shore Railway in 1903. Taken at Sausalito Shops, April 19, 1903. [Acquired] 1934. [Photograph by L.S. Slevin?]

 

:159 [Engine No. 3. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:160 At Tomales. [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 64:162.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 3. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:162 At Tomales. [Engine No. 20. North Pacific Coast Railroad.] [Duplicate of 64:160.]

 

:163 Oil. 1901. [Engine No. 21. North Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:164 Jenny Belshaw. From Empire Mine & Coal Co. Antioch. Used on construction of double track & power house. Sausalito. 1903.

 

:165 North Shore Ry. No. 2. At Point Reyes Station, 1906. William Wosser, engineer; Roy D. Graves, fireman. Official car "Millwood."

 

:166 [Reproduction of drawing of engine No. 2. North Shore Railway.] [Cf. 64:165.]

 

:167 North Shore Ry. No. 2 rebuilt from the N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 2 after being partly destroyed by fire at Tomales, Cal.. Taken at Cazadero, Cal., December, 1904, by R.D. Graves. Another view [i.e. 64:168] on next page.

 

:168 [Engine No. 2. North Shore Railway.]

 

:169 North Shore Ry. No. 2. At San Quentin Wharf. Jas. (Sham) Brady, conductor. Dave Presley, fireman. Frank Simpton, engineer.

 

:170 North Shore Ry. San Rafael. 1906. L to R: "Sham" Brady, Cond.; Rob't Rutherford, FrM.; Frank Simpton, Eng'r.; Ed. Laws, Watchman. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:171 North Shore Ry. No. 2. At Sausalito Roundhouse, 1905. Roy D. Graves, Fireman.

 

:172 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:173 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:175 North Shore Ry. No. 3 and train on the wharf at San Quentin in 1906. Frank Simpton, engineer; Dave Parsley, fireman. Simpton collection.

 

:176 North Shore Ry. No. 3. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875. Builders No. 3722. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 3. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 3 and No. 83. Scrap 1913. At Sausalito Shops 1906. McFarland -- Photo.

 

:177 North Shore Ry. No. 3. Crossing Ocean Roar Bridge.

 

:178 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 4. North Shore Railway.]

 

:180 North Shore Ry. No. 4. At Sausalito Shops Sandhouse, 1906. Crew: Tom Moore, Brakeman, 3rd from left; Cliff Spinney, Engineer, 4th from left; Roy D. Graves, Fireman, in cab window.

 

:181 North Shore Ry. No. 4. Approaching Tomales.

 

:182 North Shore Ry. No. 7. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875. Builders No. 3721. Cyl. 12 x 16 in.. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 7. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 7 and No. 80. Scrap 1911. At San Rafael, Cal. (B St.) 1906. San Quentin Passenger Train.

 

:183 North Shore Ry. No. 7 and train on the old wharf at Point San Quentin taken in 1906. Frank Simpton, Engineer, at side of tender; Sham. Brady, Conductor, standing by coach. This wharf was the terminal of the old North Pacific Coast R.R. and before that the terminal of the San Rafael & San Quentin Railroad in 1871. It was the terminal of the N.P.C.R.R. until it was moved to Sausalito in 1878. Photo from Frank Simpton collection.

 

:184 North Shore Ry. No. 7. At Cazadero.

 

:185 North Shore Ry. No. 8. Sausalito Shops.

 

:186 North Shore Ry. No. 11. Sausalito.

 

:187 North Shore Ry. No. 11. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1876. Builders No. 3842. Cyl. 12 x 16 in. Drivers 42 in. Wt. 22.2 tons. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 11. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 11 and No. 82. Scrap 1911. At Sausalito, Cal. 1907. McFarland -- Photo.

 

:188 [Engine No. 11. North Shore Railway.]

 

:189 North Shore Railway No. 11, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1876. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 11. Picture taken by R.D. Graves in February 1906 at the Sausalito round house. Arthur Franchi in cab.

 

:190 [Engine No. 11. North Shore Railway.]

 

:191 North Shore Railway No. 13. Taken at Tomales Bay in June 1906 doing work-train duty rebuilding fills along the bay damaged by the earthquake of April 18, 1906. Cliff Spinney, Engineer; R.D. Graves, Fireman. Graves collection.

 

:192 North Shore Ry. No. 13. At Sausalito, Cal., 1906. R.D. Graves, Fireman, in cab. M. Garcia, Engineer.

 

:193 North Shore Ry. No. 13. 2-6-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1883. Builders No. 6611. Cyl. 14 x 18 in.. Drivers 39 in. Wt. 27 tons. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 13. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 13 and No. 195. Scrap 1912. At Cazadero, Cal., 1906. R.D. Graves, Fireman, in cab.

 

:194 North Shore Ry. No. 13. At Tomales, Cal. 1906. Tomales Bay Work Train.

 

:195 North Shore Ry. No. 13. At Occidental, Cal., 1906. John Keating, Engineer.

 

:196 At Duncans Mills. April 1906.

 

:197 North Shore Ry. No. 13. Kentfield.

 

:198 [Engine No. 13. Cazadero station. North Shore Railway.]

 

:199 North Shore Ry. No. 14, near Tocoloma, Cal. 1906.

 

:200 [Engine No. 14. North Shore Railway.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 14. North Shore Railway.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 14. North Shore Railway.]

 

:203 North Shore Ry. No. 14. Point Reyes station. Wm. Roix, Fireman; Wm. King, Engineer. 1905.

 

:204 North Shore Ry. No. 15. Cazadero. 1906.

 

:205 [Engine No. 15. North Shore Railway.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 15. North Shore Railway.]

 

:207 North Shore Ry. No. 16. Monte Rio. 1905.

 

:208 North Shore Ry. No. 16. Cazadero. 1904.

 

:209 [Bart?] Christansen, Fireman. Fairfax, 1902. [Engine No. 16. North Shore Railway.]

 

:210 North Shore Ry. No. 16 at Sausalito Terminal in 1903. This engine was formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 16 and later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] no. 91 (Narrow Gauge). Luke Zaro, fireman, standing in gangway. Luke Zaro collection.

 

:211 North Shore Railway No. 16. Taken at Cazadero, Calif., about 1903. "Billy" Wasser, Engineer; Luke Zaro, Fireman; Lafranchi, Brakeman; Elaine Gillam, girl on right. Luke Zaro collection.

 

:212 [Engine No. 18. North Shore Railway.]

 

:213 North Shore Railway No. 18, 4-6-0, built by Brooks Locomotive Works in 1899. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] No . 18 and later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 145 and finally No. 95. Photo taken at Fairfax, Cal. in 1905. Wm. Ritchie engineer and Robt. Rutherford fireman on running board of engine. Engine is pulling picnic train with open cars which were popular on the Fairfax Picnic Trains of the 1890s and early 1900s. This engine was broken up for scrap at Tiburon in November 1935. R.M. Rutherford collection. 1935.

 

:214 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:215 North Shore Ry. No. 20. Monte Rio, Cal. 1906.

 

:216 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:218 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:219 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:220 North Shore Ry. No. 31. 2-8-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1885. Builders No. 7677. Cyl. 16 x 20 in. Drivers 37 in. Wt. 30 tons. Purchased by N.S. Ry. in 1903. Formerly Hancock & Calumet R.R. No. 3, Osceola. Came to N.S. as No. 31. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 31 and No. 323. Scrapped 1912. At Duncans Mills in 1906. L to R: Ray Roix; Bill King; "Chic" Garcia; Dave Presley; Fred Moore; Jack Witch.

 

:221 North Shore Ry. No. 31. At Duncan's Mills about 1906. "Chick" Garcia with oil can. Wm. King by cab. N.S. Ry. No. 15 in background.

 

:222 [Engine No. 31. North Shore Railway.]

 

:223 [Engine No. 31. North Shore Railway.]

 

:224 North Shore Ry. No. 31. At Tomales, Cal. 1907. E. Jorgensen.

 

:224a--NEG North Shore Ry. No. 31. At Point Reyes. 1906. L to R: Fred Higby, eng.; John Hogan, f'mn.; Walter Howe, br'mn.

 

:225 North Shore Ry. No. 33. 2-8-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1885. Builders no. 7676. Cyl. 16 x 20 in. Drivers 37 in. Wt. 30 tons. Formerly Hancock & Calumet R.R. No. 2, Tamarack. Came to N.S. Ry. as No. 33. Former owners: H. & C.R.R., Pine Ridge Lumber Co., Walker County Lum. Co. Purchased by N.S. Ry. in 1903. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 33 and No. 322. Scrapped 1914. Taken by Ella Jorgensen at Tomales in 1904. L to R: Cliff Spinney; Chick Garcia; Fireman and Engineer resp.

 

:226 North Shore Ry. No. 33. At Tomales, Cal. 1904. E. Jorgensen, Ph.

 

:227 North Shore Ry. No. 33. Duncans Mills Freight. At Monte Rio, Calif. in 1905. "Chick" Garcia, eng.; Bob Rutherford, fireman. Rutherford Photo.

 

:228 North Shore Ry. No. 33. Duncans Mills Freight. At Monte Rio, Calif. in 1906. Crew, L to R: Frank Donahue, cond.; Childs, br'kn; Luke Zaro, eng.; John Hogan, fire'mn; "Panny" DeSella & Ira Hobson, br'kn. Zaro, coll. [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 33. North Shore Railway.]

 

:230 North Shore Ry. No. 33. At Duncans Mills. 1905. McFarland, Ph.

 

:231 [Unidentified engine. North Shore Railway.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.]

 

:233 North Shore Ry. No. 40. 2-8-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1881. Builders No. 4974. Cyl. 15 x 18 in. Drivers 36 in. Wt. 28 tons. Formerly Denver & Rio Grande R.R. No. 44. Later N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 40 and No. 321. Came to N.S. Ry. as No. 40. [Photograph by McFarland.]

 

:234 North Shore Ry. No. 40 near Tocoloma, Cal. 1904.

 

:235 [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.]

 

:236 [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.]

 

:237 North Shore Railway No. 40 at Monte Rio, Cal. in 1906. Train crew are: Robt. Rutherford, fireman; Fred Lambert, brakeman; Martin F. Donahue, brakeman; Sam Dunlap, conductor; M. (Chic) Garcia, engineer. Engine pulling Duncan Mills Freight. Tank car behind engine was used for water for the engine. R.M. Rutherford collection. 1935. [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:238 Tomales. [August 14, 1905. Unidentified engine. North Shore Railway.]

 

:239 [Engine No. 33. North Shore Railway.]

 

:240 [Engine No. 33. North Shore Railway.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 33. North Shore Railway.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 13. North Shore Railway.]

 

:245 [Engine No. 3. North Shore Railway.]

 

:246 [Engine No. 13. North Shore Railway.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 13. North Shore Railway.]

 

:248 Tomales. August 14, 1905. [Unidentified engine. North Shore Railway.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 31? North Shore Railway.]

 

:251 North Shore R.R. [Engine No. 40.]

 

:252 [Engine No. 14. North Shore Railway.]

 

:253 [Engine No. 19. North Shore Railway.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 15. North Shore Railway.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 20. North Shore Railway.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 31. North Shore Railway.]

 

:256a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:257 [Unidentified engine. North Shore Railway.]

 

:258 [Unidentified engine. North Shore Railway.]

 

:259 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal. [Engine No. 40. North Shore Railway.] [Photograph by Ella Jorgensen.] [Post Card.]

 

:260 Engine No. 40. [North Shore Railway.]

 

:261 North Shore Ry. No. 40. At Tomales, 1906. Fred Windrick, engineer, in cab window. Roy D. Graves, fireman, in gangway.

 

:262 [Engine No. 2? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 [Engine No. 2. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Engine No. 15. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Unidentified engine. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 [Engine No. 17. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 18. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Nos. 18 and 20 taken at Sausalito, Cal., in 1907. Both of these engines were formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] and N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] with the same numbers. The engine and train crews in the picture are, L to R: Ira Hobson, brakeman; Panny DeSella, brakeman; Ed. Laws, fireman; Chas. (Bob) Ingersoll, engineer; Childs, brakeman; McGowen, engineer; Tom Moore, conductor; Cliff Spinney, engineer; Fred Kearney, fireman; Pete Souzavilla, brakeman; John R. Hogan, fireman; M.F. Donahue, conductor; Smith, car-repairer. Robert Rutherford collection.

 

:274 [Engine No. 19. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 19. 4-4 -0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1884. Builders No. 7236. Cyl. 14 x 18 in. Drivers 52 in. Wt. 23.6 tons. TE.8080 pounds. Ex S.P.C.R.R. [i.e. South Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 15. Later N.W.P.R.R. No. 86. Scrapped 1926. Crew, L to R: Brakeman Silva; Fireman Curtis; Engineer Mike Carroll; Conductor Bellows. Picture taken at Sausalito Depot about 1908. Coll.: R.D.G.

 

:276 Northwestern Pacific R.R. (Narrow Gauge) No. 19 taken at Monte Rio, Cal. in 1908. Crew, left to right: Fred Heuer, fireman; Tom Coughlan, engineer; Geo. Lamb, brakeman; John Axtell, conductor. From collection of Serg. F.X. Latulipe of the S.F.P.D. [i.e. San Francisco Police Department]. 1934.

 

:277 [Engine No. 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 [Engine No. 20. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:279 [Engine No. 31. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 [Engine No. 31. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 Northwestern Pacific R.R. (Narrow Gauge) Excursion Train at Monte Rio, Cal. in July 1907. Engine 31 ahead and engine 20 behind. These excursion trains from Sausalito to Duncans Mills were very popular on Sundays before the advent of the automobile. Members of the crew are left to right: 3rd, Massip, brakeman; 5th, Roberts, brakeman; 6th, Bob Clark, brakeman; 7th, Ray Roix, fireman; 8th, Roy D. Graves, fireman; 9th, Billy Wosser, engineer. Tom Coughlan, engineer in cab of head engine. Photo a gift of Ray Roix of San Rafael, Cal. 1932. [Photograph by J.B. Rhea.]

 

:282 No. 145. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283 [Engine No. 81. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 [Engine No. 82. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 [Engine No. 83. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Engine No. 83. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 [Engine No. 84. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 84. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 [Engine No. 84 and train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 84. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 84. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:292 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 85. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1884. Builders No. 7249. Class: E 52-14/18-32. Water Pressure 140 pounds. T.E. 8080 pounds. Ex South Pacific Coast Railroad No. 14 and Northwestern Pacific No. 17. Later Northwestern Pacific No. 93. Scrap 1935.

 

:293 [Engine No. 85. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:294 Northwestern Pacific Railroad No. 86 . 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1884. Builders No. 7236. Class: E 52-14/18-32. W.P. 135 [pounds]. T.E. 8080 [pounds]. Ex S.P.C.R.R. [i.e. South Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 15 and N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] No. 19. Later D.M.L. & L. Co. [i.e. Duncans Mills Land and Lumber Company] No. 86. Scrap 1926.

 

:294a [Negative.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 87. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:296 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 87. 4-4-0:: Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1880. Builders No. 4960. Class: E 49-14/18-33. W.P. 145 [pounds]. T.E. 9070 [pounds]. Ex S.P.C.R.R. [i.e. South Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 10 and N.W.P.R.R. No. 10. Scrapped 1917.

 

:297 [Engine No. 87. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 87. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Engine No. 87. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:305 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:311 [Engine No. 90. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:313 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:314 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:315 [Engine No. 37. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 91, 4-4-0, built by Brooks Locomotive Works in 1893. Builders No. 2421. Cyl. 15" x 20"; Driv. 48 in.; Wt. 65,900-lb. W.P. 140-lb. Formerly N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] & N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 16. Photo taken at Monte Rio, Cal., 1914 by H.C. Graves. Scrapped in 1929.

 

:317 Monte Rio, California. [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 Depot. Monte Rio, Calif. [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:319 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:320 [Engine No. 91. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:321 [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:323 [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:324 [Engine No. 93. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 64:326.]

 

:325 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 93, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1884. Cyl. 14" x 18"; drivers 52 in.; Wt. 41,800-lb. Formerly S.P.C.R.R. [i.e. South Pacific Coast Railroad] No. 14; N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] 17. Scrapped 1929. Photo taken at Point Reyes, Cal. in 1928 by R.D. Graves.

 

:326 [Engine No. 93. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Duplicate of 64:324.]

 

:327 Tomales. No. 94. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:328 [Northwestern Pacific Railroad engines, including Nos. 93 and 92.]

 

:329 [Engine No. 93. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:330 [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:331 [Engine No. 92. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:332 [Unidentified engine. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:332a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:333 [Engine No. 94. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:334 [Engine No. 93. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:335 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:336 [Engine No. 94. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:337 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:338 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:339 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:339a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:339b--NEG [Negative.]

 

:340 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:341 [Engine No. 95. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:342 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:343 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:344 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:345 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:346 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:347 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:348 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:349 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:350 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:351 Northwestern Pacific R.R. No. 145 . 4-6-0:: Built by Brooks Locomotive Works in 1899. Builders No. 3418. Ex N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] and N.S. Ry. [i.e. North Shore Railway] No. 18. Later N.W.P.R.R. No. 95. Largest narrow-gauge engine on N.W.P.R.R. Scrapped at Tiburon, Cal., 1935. Photo taken at Sausalito Shops. [Photograph by Southern Pacific Company.]

 

:352 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:353 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:354 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:355 Occidental frt. crew at Monte Rio. North Shore No. 18. 170 [pounds, water pressure?]. 61,000 [pounds, engine weight?]. 55 [inches, drivers?]. 16 x 12 [inches, cylinders?]. 1924 no. changed to 95.

 

:356 [Engine No. 145. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:358 [Engine No. 144. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:359 [Engine No. 322. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engine No. 323. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:361 [Engine No. 323. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:362 [Unidentified engine. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:363 [Engine No. 322. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:364 [Engine No. 323? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:365 [Engine No. 3. Hancock and Calumet Railroad. Later North Shore Railway.]

 

Volume 65: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Interurban Electric System -- Sausalito to San Rafael, Mill Valley to Fairfax -- Electric Cars and Right of Way

 

:1 Map of the Interurban Lines, Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company. [Reproduction.]

 

:2 Map of the Southern Division, Northwestern Pacific R.R. Co. [1908. Reproduction.]

 

:3 Map of the Southern Division, Suburban Lines, Northwestern Pacific R.R. Co. [1908. Reproduction.]

 

:4 Northwestern Pacific. [Reproduction of time table. For May 9, 1908.]

 

:5 Sausalito Ferry & Train Depot. 1920.

 

:6 Approaching Sausalito. 1920.

 

:7 Sausalito Ferry Depot. 1925. Str. Eureka (right).

 

:8 Sausalito. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 Sausalito. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 Sausalito. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 Sausalito.

 

:12 Electric trains. Sausalito. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13a Sausalito Yard. Steamer James M. Donahue (right). 1912. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Left half of print including 65:13a-13b.]

 

:13b Sausalito Yard. St