River Rail Society
Western Pacific Railroad Museum Caboose Roster
As railfans, when we plan our trips/vacations, we usually do so with the thought in mind of visiting any and all railroad museums, train rides or other railroad-related historical sites. The list of favorite museums is long and which one is the best is often debated. I have visited several across the United States, and NONE of them come close to the FRRS Western Pacific Museum. Nothing beats the Western Pacific Museum as for the most part, it is a hands on museum, Their summer caboose train rides, and most importantly, their RAL program. RAL is an acronym for "Rent A Locomotive" You can rent one of 8 locomotives and run it for an hour. Check out their official Website for more details. If you have any questions or comments on the material posted here. Please e-mail me: email@example.com
999197 - Santa Fe Ce-1 Ex ATSF 507. Built 3/49 by American Car &
Foundry. *Part of Caboose Train*
XXX XX - COMING SOON
DRGW 01414 - Denver & Rio Grande. Built 6/41 by DRGW. 2
MP 13878 - Missouri Pacific. Built 9/80 by International Car Co. *Part of Caboose Train*
ONW 300 - Oregon & Northwestern - Built 10/15 by Norfolk & Western. 3
SP 1060 - Southern Pacific. C-40-3. Built 1941 by Southern Pacific. 4
SP 1337 - Southern Pacific. C-30-6. Built 5/51 by Southern Pacific.
SP 4107 - Southern Pacific. C-40-4. Built 7/61 by Pacific Car & Foundry.
UP 25049 - Union Pacific. CA-3. Built 2/45 by Mt Vernon Car Co.
UP 25283 - Union Pacific. CA-5. Built 12/52 by Mt Vernon Car Co. *Part of Caboose Train*
UP 25732 - Union Pacific. CA-10. Built 1975 by International Car Co. *Part of Caboose Train*
WP 428 - Western Pacific. Built 11/55 by International Car Co. *Part of Caboose Train*
WP 483 - Western Pacific. Built 3/80 by International Car Co. 5
WP 484 - Western Pacific. Built 3/80 by International Car Co. 6
WP 614 - Western Pacific. Built 1937 by Western Pacific.
WP 645 - Western Pacific. Built 1943 by Western Pacific. 7
WP 779 - Western Pacific. Built 1910 by Haskell & Barker. 8
Permanent Loan to PRM by Owner Errol Spangler
2) Permanent Loan to PRM by Owner Bob Lindley
3) Stored at PRM by Owner Wayne Monger
4) Stored at PRM by Owner Vic Neves
5) Operations Department Supervisors Office
6) Operational Caboose, used for PRM trains operating on UP tracks
7) 645 not located on museum property. Located at Norm Holmes' Residence
8) 779 owned by Feather River Short Line, stored in poor condition on PRM property
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