Pacific RailNews
February 1969

Magazine Summary

An overview of the Kerry Timber Company and the Columbia & Nehalem River.

Mr. James I. Gertz moved the 40-year old locomotive to his own property and off of rayonier land.

The 1007 derailed due to mechanical trouble, and caused an assortment of injuries to the passengers.

Officials of the Bay Area Rapid Transit District announced that the third of February would start advertisement for bids on 250 rapid transit cars.

All of the Southern Pacific’s new EMD-built SD-39 locomotives are on the system and in service assigned to the Bakersfield-Tehachapi Freight Pool.