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An interview with Cal Dorithy, a Western Pacific engineer on the line over to Portola, California. Dorithy was a fireman for the Western Pacific in 1941, but then went into the forest service. After the war, he went back to work for Western Pacific. Dorithy eventually became an engineer in 1949, right at the end of steam engine service. Topics include reminiscing about working for the WP in engine service and seeing the first diesel (a GM demonstrator) going up the Highline to Bieber.
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Homeless Persons Railroads--Employees Western Pacific Railroad Company
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