Approaching the one time SP water stop at Humboldt, Nevada
Leaving Winnemucca after taking fuel and now heading West on the old SP.
McCloud #25 Westbound at Kinyon with a photo freight on the way home to McCloud. This portion of the railroad, and everything East of Pilgrim Creek Rd. has been dismantled.
Passing semaphores just West of Sunol
Eastbound on the former SP Niles Canyon line, now the Niles Canyon Railway passing under the tell-tale at Farwell
A group of UP's business cars passing thru Elkhorn Slough on the way to Oakland
Time was running out for the last Santa Fe passenger train operating in Northern California as ATSF #301 leads the San Francisco Chief on the last leg of its journey thru Hercules and on to Richmo... (more)
Pacific Locomotive Association's Oakland to Truckee "Truckee Limited", the last excursion operated by the SP prior to Amtrak.
Track #14 at the Third & Townsend depot was the only track wich did not stub end but ran thru onto King St. Until the Daylight quit running, it had been the usual arrival track for long distance t... (more)
Truckee Helper #7550 has helped a freight to the top of Donner Pass and has cut off at Norden and will return to Truckee light engine. The large structure with the truss on the roof houses the tur... (more)
Ready to head down the Peninsula to San Jose with Train #124. On the next track over are lightweight cars on the last Del Monte which the advent of Amtrak the next day would pass into history.
#18 on a photo run over the Lake Britton Bridge, known as the bridge in the movie "Stand By Me". Today, while the bridge still stands, the railroad is gone, with the rails removed during 2007.
With three cars in tow, McCloud #18 is headed for Burney. Today, the track is gone and the #18 has been sold and presently is in Oakdale, Ca.
On the way to pick up its excursion train at Sand Point, Idaho, #4449 is passing thru Cunningham, WA.
Working in the Truckee yard, SP GP9 #3763, along with breaker equipped GP38 #4811, are serving as that day's Truckee Local. The building to the right is the now gone Louisianna Pacific Mill.