Niles Canyon Railways, Western Pacific #918-D splits the Southern Pacific semaphores heading east into Sunol with a photographers special.
SP 2472 rolls into the depot at Sunol for the first run of the day
SP 2472 splits the inactive semaphores coming into the Sunol depot on its first run in 2013.
The GGRM's recently refurbished GP9 takes a brake after its solo ride from Niles.
Newly restored Clover Valley 4 pulls into the station to pick up a load of photographers on her debut outing
Clover Valley Lumber Co. No. 4 arrives at the Sunol depot in grand style for the 4th annual Winterail Photographer's Special. The Pacific Locomotive Association began restoration in 2007 and the ... (more)
Golden Gate RR Museum's SP-2472 with photographer's special train at Sunol depot, engine crew by locomotive. Steamer was restored by the Golden Gate RR Museum and is an ex-Southern Pacific Class ... (more)
Ever popular Train of Lights at the Niles Canyon Railway being pulled by a SP Black Widow this evening.
Niles Canyon Railway volunteer and once RP.Net contributor Timothy Corbett performs a test to check brake rigging on the SP2472, during a break at Sunol Depot.
Southern Pacific 2472 gleams in the morning light.
Southern Pacific 2472 cab.
Quincy #2 and Granite Rock #10 (on loan from the California State Railroad Museum) are doubleheaded on this special day at the Niles Canyon Railway and move their train backwards toward Niles.
SP 5623 waits to depart the Sunol depot. This was the first time this engine has been used by the PLA for passenger trains in Niles Canyon.
SP 5472 SD9 showing off at the Niles Cayon Railway in Sunol, CA...
Low Nose shot of SP SD9 5472. Nikon D70 18-70mm www.bayarearailroading.com