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TODAY IS THAT DAY TO CALL IN SICK! [11] Preparations to move the fleet included replacing obsolete brake valves on passenger cars, fixing air leaks, and replacing wheel sets.[12]. It's the nature of the beast, but we are getting closer. Just the same as the first day, Fairbanks Mors... Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive: EMD GP9 Location: Brightside, California, USA Locomotive #: SP 3194 Train ID: switching move In January 2017, GGRM announced it would be moving to Schellville, California, on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. These photos of SP 2472, built in 1921 and one of only three of its type left in existence, were snapped by Steve Scholey. Over the past four months, we have been working diligently with NWP and the other railroads involved in relocating the GGRM collection from Niles Canyon to Schellville. By Justin Franz | January 9, 2017. The collection of the GGRM is centered around the equipment used by Southern Pacific for its Peninsula Commute operation along the San Francisco Peninsula between San Francisco and San Jose. There, the GGRM trio of locomotives including SP 3194 and 1487 will join previously shipped Passenger car equipment at GGRM’s newly built (and secure) Victory Park yard. The full text of this article is available to Trains Magazine subscribers only. Copyright © 2020 Golden Gate Railroad Museum. Access Trains News Wire articles; … It will extend around the three yard on all sides with 20 ft wide track gates at the entrance and at the rear where the spur extends west to the Sonoma pacific plant. In exchange, GGRM donated several locomotives and cars to WPRM. Retired in 1957 and on static display at the San Mateo County Fairgrounds from 1959 until 1976. The ex SP business car "Oakland" and heavyweight club/lounge car "Neil Vodden" was picked up by the UP on Sunday. The museum moved its collection of 12 locomotives and over 25 pieces of rolling stock to Sunol, California, home of the Niles Canyon Railway operated by the Pacific Locomotive Association (PLA); some of the collection was sold or donated to other historical rail sites, including the Western Pacific Railroad Museum (WPRM), operated by the Feather River Rail Society (FRRS). Oakland Terminal #101 – It is time for your close-up. Dave Post subject: Re: Golden Gate Museum to move in 2016. . Restorantion work shifted to the task of preparing the entire collection for the mainline move to Shellville which was completed in early 2020. Golden Gate Railroad Museum. > Finally, all the GGRM cars cleared for manifest travel have arrived at Schellville. Posted on March 29, 2020 by Sonoma Valley Sun. The offices of … [4][5], The museum was initially located in Hunters Point until the Navy notified GGRM in August 2005 that all leases would be cancelled and the area would need to be vacated by February 2006, as it was turning the site over to the city. [11] Preparations to move the fleet included replacing obsolete brake valves on passenger cars, fixing air leaks, and replacing wheel sets.[12]. This includes both the red and clear sets of gyralights. After the boiler was restored, the locomotive was moved in 1990 to San Francisco at the Hunters Point Shipyard. In early 2017 the GGRM anounced that the organization would be moving to a new home in Shellville on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. To make the GGRM’s historic collection compliant with federal reg­ulations has required a large investment of funds, volunteer resources and months of hard gritty work, but this effort will soon begin to pay off be­cause the museum’s equipment is now fully compliant and is ready for movement to our new display and storage site in Schellville. Rail train on the move south out of San Jose Controlled Siding, 5:42pm. Surprised no one here has talked about it at all (decent coverage on Facebook and TO). GGRM volunteers are hard at work in Schellville preparing the SP 2472 and the rest of the collection for public excursions in Sonoma County. Today Tuesday 03.03.2020, 99-year old Baldwin P-8 Pacific SP 2472 is scheduled to be towed the final 30 miles from Suisun-Fairfield to Golden Gate Railroad Museum’s new home on the NWP at Schellville (South Sonoma). Many railfans had hopes that the locomotive could operate on the Santa Cruz, Big Trees, and Pacific Railway in Santa Cruz. The Golden Gate Railroad Museum began in 1975 as Project 2472, a group of volunteers formed to restore the former Southern Pacific 4-6-2 "Pacific" steam engine #2472. The remaining pieces of GGRM rolling stock will also … where operation and restoration efforts continued until 2016. A 100-year-old steam engine has pulled into Schellville, signaling the arrival of the new home of the Golden Gate Railroad Museum along the Northwestern Pacific Railroad tracks. Did GGRM opt to move, or were they forced out by PLA? I thought > they were supposed to be in Schellville already. The GGRM website lists 4 more cars in their collection. GGRM volunteers are hard at work in Schellville preparing the SP 2472 and the rest of the collection for public excursions in Sonoma County. The GGRM's new Schellville yard, near Victory Station, was fenced in late 2018, and the move to Schellville commenced in March 2020. One of my best diesel shots from the GGRM's final public weekend of excursions in Niles Canyon, this one taken at the beginning on Labor Day morning. [6] FRRS and PLA participated in the GGRM's big move, with FRRS loaning road-worthy engines and crews to facilitate the move. From 2007 to 2015, the locomotive ran on the Niles Canyon Railway, before the GGRM left after finding a new home in Schellville, CA. That is unfortunate, but understandable, if trackage rights … The Golden Gate Railroad Museum has been working hard to prepare its vintage rolling stock for the move from the Niles Canyon Railway to the new museum site in Schellville. On Friday December 8, we officially kicked off that process. … In 1975, Mangini was granted permission to take the locomotive away, and weekend volunteers began restoring 2472 on weekends, shortly thereafter incorporating as Project 2472. All rights reserved. Traded to General Electric in the late 1960s; resold and served on short lines. SP No. [2] On April 30, 1991, 2472 moved under its own power to Santa Clara and then Sacramento[3] for display at Railfair '91. The Pacific Locomotive Association (PLA) is pleased to announce that the move portion of the Southern Pacific #1744 project is now over with the locomotive’s boiler, the last piece remaining in Alamosa, Colorado moved to the nearby Stockton Locomotive Works shop in Antonito, Colorado. Answer given to me one month ago on TO: We are running way behind schedule for the move, but we are moving closer to the big day. The Golden Gate Railroad Museum (GGRM) traces its origins to 1972, when Mike Mangini first spotted ex-SP 2472, a steam locomotive that had been on static display in the San Mateo County Fairgrounds parking lot since 1959. However, the county rejected the move and as such, 2472 went to it's new home north of Sonoma. Preparations to move the fleet included replacing obsolete brake valves on passenger cars, fixing air leaks, and replacing wheel sets. The GGRM collection has been relocated to Schellville, CA on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad, however it is not accessable to the general public at this time. 2472, Golden Gate Railroad Museum collection to move. SP 2472 GGRM Relocation Move Today: Suisun to Schellville. The 2472 was moved from San Mateo in 1990 to a newly acquired restoration faculty at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard. Restorantion work shifted to the task of preparing the entire collection for the mainline move to Shellville which was completed in early 2020. In the 2003 season of the television show MythBusters, the episode "Peeing on the Third Rail" was filmed at the original location in Hunters Point. [20], Coordinates: 37°35′52″N 121°55′04″W / 37.59782°N 121.91773°W / 37.59782; -121.91773, MythBusters- Peeing on Third Rail | MiniMyth, List of heritage railroads in the United States, "SAN FRANCISCO / Remembering the days when steam ruled the rails / Train buffs struggle to get historic locomotive back on tracks", "Engine Steams Out of the Past / Lovingly restored, No. So now the GGRM is up in Schellville and are hoping to make an agreement to operate on the NWP. [13] The museum performs restoration work on its collection, which it showcases for special events. The offices of GGRM are in Redwood City. See the Collection page for details. What can go wrong, has gone wrong. The GGRM yard in Schellville will be fenced by our neighbor Arbor Fence company starting in late November. What they failed to see is that the tourist railroad operations were funding all the restoration efforts that lead to specials operating period equipment. This page was last edited on 8 October 2020, at 17:17. [4][5], The museum was initially located in Hunters Point until the Navy notified GGRM in August 2005 that all leases would be cancelled and the area would need to be vacated by February 2006, as it was turning the site over to the city. > Seems like they are stalling again. SP 2472 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and delivered to Southern Pacific as a member of the "P-8" class in 1921. The Shasta Daylight coach, SP 293 and Lightweight RPO, UP 5901 look to be next. From 2007 to 2015, the locomotive ran on the Niles Canyon Railway, before the GGRM left after finding a new home in Schellville, CA. The relocation move of SP 2472 to the Northwestern Pacific Railroad in Schellville, California started on March 1, 2020 when the P-8 Pacific-type steam locomotive, along with two former Southern Pacific Railroad diesel locomotives (both in operating condition) that belong to GGRM, were towed by two Union Pacific Railroad locomotives towards Schellville. 2472 rides Peninsula rails", "Saved from the scrap heap -- Train #2472", "Fairbanks-Morse H12-44, H12-44TS & H12-46: Roster", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Golden_Gate_Railroad_Museum&oldid=982518825, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Apparently the story is that the location at Schellville is temporary, and the GGRM is still looking for a final site. The restoration was completed in time for the 2472 to participate in Railfair '91 held at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento. Museum signs deal with Northwestern Pacific Railroad to host equipment. GGRM got some of their equipment on the move after sitting at the Hearst Siding for about a week. GGRM Member Phil Figel has been working on the light package of SP3194 over the last few months. In the 1940's many of the P­-8 Class of engines moved to the Peninsula Commute service between San Francisco and San Jose. On the Pacific Limited and the Overland Limited trains, it averaged more than 10,000 miles a month. We thought you might enjoy a short video. Unfortunately it made an "Us vs Them" situation and the GGRM continued looking for a new home. The 2472 operated many mainline excursions in the 1990's including trips to Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Watsonville (double­headed with the 4449), Sacramento, Tracy and many trips on the San Jose­-San Francisco line. New post has been published on HeritageRail Alliance Online. Five cars were positioned on the interchange track but the UP wants to move only two cars at a time. Originally almost everything was to have moved in a special “hospital” train. In the 1950's all the P-­8 locomotives were scrapped except for two — the 2467 in Harrison Park, Oakland and the 2472 at the San Mateo Fairgrounds. Originally built for U.S. Navy in 1943; used for shop switching duties at GGRM and formerly numbered as 3 when collection was at Hunters Point. [8] The GGRM's new Schellville yard, near Victory Station,[9] was fenced in late 2018,[10] and the move to Schellville commenced in March 2020. We have contracted for an 8 ft high chain link fence with security slanted barbed obstacle wire at the top. Get instant access to subscriber content on TrainsMag.com! > When is the GGRM move going to happen? It was specifically designed to haul passenger trains on the Overland Route between Sparks, Nevada and Ogden, Utah. There are also three man gates … RELATED TOPICS: california | steam/preservation | railfanning. The first two GGRM cars are on the move. Many railfans had hopes that the locomotive could operate on the Santa Cruz, Big Trees, and Pacific Railway in Santa Cruz. This last Saturday marked the first time in quite a while that the engine had a fully functional light package on both ends. In 2005, the Hunters Point facility was closed for remediation, and the GGRM collection was moved to the Niles Canyon Railway [7], In January 2017, GGRM announced it would be moving to Schellville, California, on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. 1847; acquired in March 1995 and repainted in "Tiger Stripe" livery as replica of yard switcher SP 1487. We hope to announce our return to public operations in the near future. It was joined there by many other locomotives from around the U.S. including the SP 4449, UP 8444 and UP 3985. Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:54 am . Copyright © 2020 Golden Gate Railroad Museum. However, the county rejected the move and as such, 2472 went to it's new home north of Sonoma. It had been donated to the San Mateo County Fairgrounds and left sitting for more than 29 years. Has any track > been built in Schellville for storage yet? Formerly U.S. Army No. SP 2097, 2143, 2156 (suburban coaches) and SP 5131 (baggage-postal car). The Golden Gate Railroad Museum (reporting mark GGMX)[1] is a non-profit railroad museum in California that is dedicated to the preservation of steam and passenger railroad equipment, as well as the interpretation of local railroad history. The Golden Gate Railroad Museum has been moving its collection from the Niles Canyon Railway to a newly constructed yard in Schellville, CA. As newer power in the form of the MT Class 4-­8­-2 Mountains were purchased, the Pacifics were reassigned to California and used on secondary trains. SP #1744 – Boiler move. Many interesting railroad cars and diesel locomotives were added to the collection. Today Tuesday 03.03.2020, 99-year old Baldwin P-8 Pacific SP 2472 is ... 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