I went to the CA State RR Museum in Sacramento yesterday and I saw the narrow gauge train on the second floor. The only part of the consist that the signs identify as being from Ward Kimball is the caboose. It says that it was acquired from Ward Kimball.
I absolutely *love* that museum, by the way. I've been to lots of train museums and that one is one of my favorites no matter how many times I've been to it over the years since it opened in 1981. (I was there for its grand opening with the first Railfair.) I didn't have enough time to see everything, even though I was there from almost opening until closing time at 5:00 PM.
As a side note, my wife and I saw one of her co-workers and her husband outside the museum. They just finished the museum. They got there when it opened at 10:00 AM and they were finished by about 10:30 AM.
Needles to say, they're not train buffs.
Her husband said that if it was a computer museum, he could have spent all day there. That's just sad in my book. He's obviously not a fellow mechanical engineer either.
My wife and I will be back again soon so we can see what we didn't have time to get to, which was a LOT!