Northern California (colloquially known as NorCal; Spanish: Norte de California) is the northern portion of the U.S. state of California.
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California is the 3rd largest state in the United States in area, after Alaska and Texas. California is often geographically bisected into two regions, Southern California, comprising the 10 southernmost counties, and Northern California, comprising the 48 northernmost counties.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Northern California is a region of California. The definitions of it vary, but it usually contains the area around San Francisco and Sacramento. 10,000,000 people live in Northern California. This short article about a place or feature in the United States can be made longer.
The October 2017 Northern California wildfires, also known as the Northern California firestorm, North Bay Fires, and the Wine Country Fires were a series of 250 wildfires that started burning across the state of California, United States, beginning in early October.
- ~$14.5 billion (2017 USD)
- At least 245,000 acres (99,148 ha)
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The California Northern Railroad is one of several Class III short-line railroad companies owned by Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. It operates over Southern Pacific Railroad tracks under a long-term lease. The CFNR was originally owned by the Park-Sierra Rail Group, who also owned the Arizona and California Railroad and the Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad. The CFNR was later sold to RailAmerica in 2002. Genesee & Wyoming, another shortline holding company, bought RailAmerica in December 2012. The rail
Presently, the CFNR only operates between Suisun/Fairfield to a connection with the Northwestern Pacific Railroad at Schellville, California. The CFNR also operated into Vallejo, California over the original California Pacific Railroad mainline that was constructed in 1867/1868.
Located in American Canyon, California, Lombard yard served as CFNR's headquarters for several years. Lombard Yard services such customers as Central Valley Builder's Supply, All Bay Mill & Lumber, Biagi Bros. Shipping, Hess Vineyards, and several others. Also home to CFNR's Lone
The CFNR currently operates over SP's former West Valley Line. This line between Woodland and Tehama was constructed by Central Pacific's subsidiary, the Northern Railway. The track between Davis and Woodland was built by the California Pacific Railroad and at one time extended a
Napa Pipe was located at Rocktram, on the Napa branch. It closed in 2004 and was torn down. Between 1993 and 2004, California Northern ran a unit pipe train from Lombard to Roseville, CA. California Northern would pick up short cuts of cars from Napa Pipe, and assemble the train
Motive power for the California Northern had consisted of fourteen EMD GP15-1 locomotives, two EMD SD40 locomotives, two EMD SD9 locomotives, two EMD SD9E locomotives, and one EMD SW1500 locomotive, built between the late 1940s and 1970s. Currently, California Northern owns twelv
In 1998, the California Northern leased fifty gondolas from Daniel J Joseph leasing, LTD. Numbered 52001 – 52050, these cars remained on the CFNR for several years until their return to DJJX.
- 4 ft 8 ¹⁄₂ in (1,435 mm)
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Spanish for "northern", from its far northern location. 28,610 1,008 sq mi (2,611 km 2) El Dorado County: 017: Placerville: 1850: Original: El Dorado, a mythical city of gold, owing to the area's importance in the California Gold Rush. 181,058
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Placerville (/ ˈplæsərvɪl /, PLASS-ər-vil; formerly Old Dry Diggings, Dry Diggings, and Hangtown) is the county seat of El Dorado County, California. The population was 10,389 at the 2010 census, up from 9,610 at the 2000 census.
Before becoming a state in 1952, the area was known as the North Territory of Baja California (El Territorio Norte de Baja California). It has an area of 70,113 km 2 (27,071 sq mi), or 3.57% of the land mass of Mexico and comprises the northern half of the Baja California Peninsula, north of the 28th parallel, plus oceanic Guadalupe Island.
This is a list of hospitals in California (), grouped by County and sorted by hospital name. In healthcare in California, only a General Acute Care Hospitals (GACH) or Acute Psychiatric Hospital (APH), as licensed by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) can refer to themselves as a "Hospital."