Talk:North Pacific Coast Railroad

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edit·history·watch·refresh 25 railtransportation.svg To-do list for North Pacific Coast Railroad:
  • Add predecessor railroads, more about route and conversion from Narrow - Standard Gauge. Perhaps about it being around during 1906 quake, pic of depot at San Anselmo?

Stations and other stops[edit]

If it is proper to do so, I would like to add the stops that were not stations or depots, If I can find a reliable source. The names of many of the train stops in Marin are still in use for the surrounding neighborhood, while others appeared on street maps long after the trains had left. Some Marin stops were located near the Bay, but named after a farm or residence at the edge of the hills, such as Meadowsweet in Corte Madera, which mystified me when I was a kid. If there isn't an accepted style (and I will go look before starting this), I plan to list the stops in order, in between the stations, and indent them.--Hjal 16:19, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Adding an external link?[edit]

Pacificng (talk) 17:45, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

[1] appears to have enough original information; I'll link it. --NE2 18:04, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

Thanks! The site is new and growing. BTW, several of us are amongst the most knowledgeable folks on the NPC around. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Craig narrow gauge (talkcontribs) 18:16, 21 October 2009 (UTC)