CCT 1790 street runs to the BNSF's Mormon Yard to get its train
A peaceful spring morning found all Central California Traction power confined to the fenced yard. GP 7 no. 60 was obviously getting some attention, to the left is 1790. The handsome caboose no. 2... (more)
Central California Traction has picked up its interchange from the BNSF (their yard in background) and with GP-18 1790 is running down a street back to its yard in Stockton, Calif. on a stormy Mar... (more)
CCT 1790 switches Sweetener Products in Lodi, as the conductor walks ahead to throw a switch.
CCT 1790 goes about switching duties in Lodi in the late afternoon.
CCT 1790 backs into the barn after a long days work switching customers in the Lodi area.
CCT 2101 working near the small yard near the end of the Central Valley Branch in Lodi.
CCT 2101 heads light power to the end of the Central Valley Branch in Lodi for switching.
The Central California Traction local ends their days by putting the power in the house. Engine #700, GP7, sits in the house on the other track.
CCT's Lodi Local returns to Stockton late in the afternoon powered by their ex-RI GP18.
CCT 1790 heads down B Street in a residential part of Stockton, enroute to pick up the BNSF & UP interchange at Mormon Yard.
While sister RS-1 did the switching this old pony rested in a scene that looked more like Poverty Flats than Sacramento.
That looks like a waterbag slung on to the handbrake as this little gem switches the tiny industrial park yard.
Turning into the Lodi yard from their now truncated mainline, Central California Traction (former Alameda Belt/ATSF) #44 has a string of tank cars to be switched into the ADM plant.
Immaculate high-nose Geep finishes up his switching before heading home to Stockton.