Bathed in soft light, the beefy profile of Sierra Railway #2 is highlighted against the backdrop of Mikado #34.
At rest in the original Sierra Railway roundhouse, surrounded by the tools that once kept her running, husky Mikado #34 awaits her turn to come back to life. For now, she sits at Railtown 1897 as... (more)
Sierra Railway 3, a 1891 graduate of the Rogers Locomotive Works in Patterson, NJ and a 119 year veteran of the Sierra, rests inside the roundhouse in Jamestown after a day hauling tourists throug... (more)
Sierra Railway's nicely painted Dinner Train the day after Christmas in gorgeous afternoon light.
Sierra's home built genset 52 at Oakdale.
Fresh painted Sierra 48 with it's matched set of cars for the Dinner Train.
Sierra #50 at Oakdale.
Sierra number 3 coming up to milepost 44 and stopping for display as part of participation in the 2012 Amgen Tour bicycle race, on May 16th, 2012
Sierra Railway #8, a Ford Model T on a Fairbanks Morris frame from about 1922, rests inside the historic belt driven machine shop at Railtown 1897.
A former military switcher now hustles tourists on the Sierra Railway
Sierra Railway 3 backs off the turntable on a nice summer morning in late May of 2014.
Sierra Railway No. 46 leads an eastbound train from Oakdale through the green rolling Sierra foothills on a very late California winter day.
After a long day of running, Sierra Railway 4-6-0 #3 is slowly walked into it's stall in the 1897 wooden roundhouse.
Sierra Railway 4-6-0 #3, a 1891 graduate of the Rogers Locomotive Works in Paterson New Jersey, leads the 11 o'clock train north near Bell Mooney Road in Jamestown, California.
Sierra Railway's new home built genset #52 at there Oakdale facility.