On the way back to the Woss with a train of empties, #301 is crossing the Steel Creek Bridge.
The slide is undated, but the power and consist are indicative of having been in the first few weeks of Amtrak. All the cars appear to be Espee tomato cans.
The Permanente job is turning across Winchester Blvd. and onto the line up to Permanente.
The two GP9's are backing into the SP Cahill St. station in San Jose to couple up to their San Francisco bound commute.
The SP "odd ball" 6462 was a former Cotton Belt locomotive one painted in Daylight colors and numbered 330. It came west in 1960 as 306 and renumbered to 6462. It ha no dynamics of fro... (more)
Heading home to Cheyenne after trip to the Bay Area
Two F-M switchers at College Park in San Jose.
Entering Newhall yard with a string of open auto racks.
Being serviced at the San Jose sand and fuel rack.
Still in black widow paint working Newhall yard
Crossing Lake Britton Bridge on the way back to McCloud.
On the way to the mine with 60 loads of coal.
Passing the abandoned beet loader at Sargent with old style beet racks on the drawbar.
Leaving Silver Springs, heading towards Ft. Churchill to rejoin the original Carson & Colorado right of way.
"The Perm" as it was known locally, on its way to the Kaiser Cement Plant. At this point, it is on the one time right of way of the narrow gauge South Pacific Coast.