Deep in California's Gold Country lies the old Sierra Railway. Miles from any sign of civilization, this area truly feels like the Wild West. Built in 1897, this track has long been used to shuttl... (more)
Skating down the Santa Cruz Boardwalk on a DODX flatcar.
When it was first built in 1961, Santa Fe GP20 was a fleet-footed, turbocharged queen of the ATSF's transcon freights. Today, it seldom gets to run over 20 MPH as it works for the former Sierra Ra... (more)
Sierra GP20 #50 had left Oakdale with seven empty centerbeam flats, spotting six of them at the SPI mill in Chinese Camp. The old geep would continue on East thru Jamestown and Sonora taking the o... (more)
Sierra Railroad's Brunch train has been staged for the morning's revenue run by both their station and the Hershey Factory Store. In a few hours it will carry a gaggle of well-heeled patrons in Iz... (more)