Member of HeritageRail Alliance Website Design, Development & Support: PowerPro Live The restoration of the interior is a future project. Its pass through the Sierra Nevada mountains went through Portola (instead of the famous Donner Pass), so here at their former maintenance facility is the Western Pacific Railroad Museum. It needs work, but the exterior could be made presentable without a lot of effort. Western Pacific 913 F7A GM-EMD 1950 Gift 5/1981 from Western Pacific. History Locomotive 94 was built by the American Locomotive Company, Brooks works, in September 1909. While the Western Pacific Railroad Museum is well known for having one of the largest collections of historic diesels in the world, Portola is also home to Western Pacific Railroad Museum's steam program. The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of railroads as they existed in the Pacific Southwest. In service. Owners: Western Pacific 302 Current Condition: This car had a fire on the interior just prior to the being acquired by the Museum. Railroad Equipment Roster; Selected Photography Galleries; PSRMA YouTube Channel; Train Rides. The Western Pacific Railroad Museum (WPRM), formerly known as the Portola Railroad Museum is part of the Feather River Rail Society and focuses primarily on preserving original equipment of the Western Pacific Railroad, the famed "Feather River Route". The Western Pacific Railroad was incorporated in 1903 to compete with the Southern Pacific Railway. Gift 5/2011 from Rhodia, Inc, Martinez, Calif. When completed in the early 20th century, the Western Pacific marked one of the last major projects of its kind ever undertaken. Description Western Pacific Railroad 94 is an oil-fired steam locomotive with a 4-6-0 wheel arrangement. Diesel & Gas Locomotives – Utility Equipment, Non-Historical California State Railroad Museum 2 25 ton GE 1952 Built for American Creosote Works #2, Winnfield, Louisiana. The Western Pacific Railroad (reporting mark WP) was a Class I railroad in the United States.It was formed in 1903 as an attempt to break the near-monopoly the Southern Pacific Railroad had on rail service into northern California. The Western Railway Museum is a project of the Bay Area Electric Railroad Association, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, tax-exempt, educational institution. Proposed Future Treatment: In the near future this car should get window sash, steps and exterior paint. Currently, 0-6-0 steam switching locomotive #165 is under restoration. Western Pacific owned two subsidiary railroads; the motive power rosters can be viewed at the following links: Sacremento Northern; Tidewater Southern; Sources: The Western Pacific by Ken Meeker Western Pacific's Diesel Years by Joseph A. Strapac "Western Pacific roster"; Extra 2200 South (September 1968) Originally uploaded: 11 December 2013 In service. The locomotive and tender are 69 feet long and weigh 293,500 pounds ready to work.