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Western Pacific 94

Western Pacific 94

Description

Western Pacific Railroad 94 is an oil-fired steam locomotive with a 4-6-0 wheel arrangement. The locomotive and tender are 69 feet long and weigh 293,500 pounds ready to work.

History

Locomotive 94 was built by the American Locomotive Company, Brooks works, in September 1909. It is from Class 86, series 86 to 106. This class of locomotive was primarily used for passenger service.

  • Vintage Caption:
  • Owners: Western Pacific Railroad
  • Technical Data: Built in 1909 by Alco-Brooks, shipped to WP 9/28/09, part of an order for 21 locomotives.
  • Current Condition: Not operable, in need of extensive boiler work. The locomotive is maintained in long term storage in a climate controlled building.
  • Date Last Modified: Tuesday, 07 March 2017
  • Additional Photo 1: Additional Photo 1
  • Photo 1 Caption: WP 94 & 334, West Oakland, in East Bay at beginning of excursion to Quincy, 6/15/1957, [BAERA 24605]

Hours

Year Round
Saturdays & Sundays
10:30 am – 5:00 pm


Summer Hours
Wednesday & Thursdays
10:30am - 3:30pm
(Walking tours only)

Saturdays & Sundays
10:30am – 5:00pm

Summer hours may vary and/or change at any time due to cases of extreme heat, weather conditions, and/or the ability of our volunteers.


Closed Holidays
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day

Museum Location

5848 State Highway 12
Suisun City, CA 94585

(707) 374-2978

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