Clover Valley Lumber Co. No. 4 does a photo pass along the Niles Canyon Railway during the 4th annual Winterail Photographer's Special hosted by the Pacific Locomotive Association. Recently resto... (more)
On the first run-by of the day, Engineer Jeff S. puts on a good show for the railfans attending the Clover Valley #4's first public outing.
On Sunday, March 10, 2013, Niles Canyon Railway had its annual photo special train. This year, the train featured newly-restored 2-6-6-2T Clover Valley Lumber Co. #4, a 1924 Baldwin product newly ... (more)
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)
The Post Winterrail Photographer Special makes its first runby of the day just east of Niles Depot. This is Clover Valley Lumber Co #4's first announced trip.
In crisp morning light, Clover Valley 2-6-6-2T #4 splits the semaphores as it enters Sunol to pick up passengers for the Post-Winterail photo charter.
Quincy No. 2 leads the 2012 Winterail Photographer's Special.
SP2472 backing westward across the Farwell Bridge towards Niles.
Golden Gate RR Museum's SP-2472 with empty photographer's special train steaming into Sunol between semaphores in the morning from the Brightside yard. Photographers will board train at Sunol dep... (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)
The whistle on Mason County Logging 2-6-2 No. 7 echoes off the canyon walls as it and Quincy 2-6-2T No. 2 perform another photo run for the photographers.
Mason County Logging 2-6-2 No. 7 performs a photo runby for the crowd during the morning photo trip at Steamfest II, hosted by the Niles Canyon Railway.
Photo special with #2472 on the Niles Canyon Railway. This photo run was just East of Farwell on the former SP mainline.
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