Remember When: Engineer retires
by TP staff
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Last week’s Remember When mystery photo, at left, shows Ramon W. “Wiley” Randall holding a plaque topped by a miniature locomotive in 1981. The occasion was his retirement as a Western Pacific Railroad engineer. He had a 40-year career out of Stockton with the W.P., now a part of the Union Pacific Railroad.

Recognizing him were Joe Morris, who worked with him on the W.P.; Karla Woodard, Randall’s stepdaughter; and Gussie Owen.

Today’s Remember When mystery photo, below, shows a meeting of a local public body in 1987. What was its name, and who is pictured?

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