Empty auto rack pass by Sunday Beach goers along the Rincon Parkway.
Amtrak California's San Joaquin highballs through the quiet zone of Escalon, CA between Stockton and Modesto Amtrak stations. With smog in the air, there was a very red sunset behind the train.
Union Pacific's Rio Grande heritage unit leads the MWCFR, as it swings into tunnel #2 at the north end of Bealville.
The MoPac just seems to keep coming back! Here the 1982 is bringing in the Long Beach to Seattle stack train, which reaches Oakland by way of Sacramento. I lucked into them running 1x1, I always... (more)
Electro-Motive lease-fleet SD70M 7001 guides a train downgrade at Woodford, in California's Tehachapi Mountains, on July 17, 1999.
A pair of Western Pacific cabooses, 444 and 474, were found in the railroad's yard in Oroville, California, on September 3rd, 1973.
ATSF 347C, a Warbonnet-painted EMD F7A, sits inside the California State Railroad Museum's old Sacramento Southern Depot during Amtrak Train Days 2015.
Key System 271, the Bay Area Electric Railroad Association's first car, continues to have its front end rebuilt in the car shop of the Western Railway Museum
Boxed In on the Right - Looking west at the rock wall across the gorge and back, towards Tunnel 7.
East Portal of Tunnel 6 - Looking back at the east portal of Tunnel 7.
Mile post 98 is about 0.3 miles in the opposite direction and this area is two track miles from our jump off point ... (more)
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Looking East at MP 98 - After exiting the east portal of Tunnel 7 and traveling a bit more around the mountain, one comes to mile marker 98.
About another 0.7 miles around the corner is ... (more)
Gorge Siding - After exiting the east portal of Tunnel 7 and traveling another half mile or so, one comes around a bend in the track and is presented with this view of three "Societe d... (more)