In the sizzle heat of summer down the San Joaquin Valley, a job on UP rails, by the SJVR, finds this southbound grainer approaching the Avenue 7 overpass on their way to the UP yard just a few mil... (more)
The SJVR Photo Line. An impromtu photo line has been formed by three of the San Joaquin Valley Railroad's units as they pose in the Bakersfield yard on a cloudy morning.
Moving from lef... (more)
Operating on the old SP Coalinga Branch, a SJVR train crosses the Santa Fe in downtown Hanford. It was just another blazing hot summer afternoon in the valley.
On a warm summer morning, SJVR's Hanford Job waits for the Santa Fe's 991 train in downtown Hanford, California. It will be a hot day, so the SJVR crew has fully engaged their air conditioning dev... (more)
Two days before the ringing in of the new year, SJVR 440, a 1966-built GP40 that has seen service on the Milwaukee Road, Soo Line and Florida East Coast prior to the San Joaquin Valley Railroad, t... (more)
Passing through the rural oil rich fields of north Bakersfield in southern California's Kern County, SJVR's westbound 905 job rumbles up former Santa Fe iron (now the short-line's Landco Subdivisi... (more)
A ex Rail America wide cab GP40 now lettered for SJVR is found in the town of Dinuba north of Visalia.
Land o' Goshen! Tied down the the day in Goshen, California, is San Joaquin Valley Railroad GP40 440. This engine's heritage is evident by the old paint job, revealing it to be the former... (more)
After having pulled two dozen loaded reefers and several loaded box cars of agricultural products from Huron and Lemoore, San Joaquin Valley Railroads 2121 has dropped off its train in order to cl... (more)
A warm Sunday morning in the central valley finds an SJVRR freight sporting a GP38 in old RailAmerica colors tied down in Goshen a couple of miles east of the UP mainline.
The Goshen job runs light along an industrial park as it heads back to its cut of cars to pick up some more deliveries.
SJVR 2122 in fresh G&W paint.
BL20-2 # 2120 and GP38 # 3824 of the San Joaquin Valley Railroad (a Genesee & Wyoming Inc. railway) on the Buttonwillow Subdivision in Bowerbank (Mile 3.2), switching some cars.
SJVR 2122 in the G&W orange paint.
SJVR 2121 in the G&W orange paint.