RailPictures.Net Photo: SP 4004 Southern Pacific Railroad Alco RS-32 at Sunnyvale, California by Jon Porter
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Southern Pacific Railroad (more..)
Alco RS-32 (more..)
Sunnyvale (more..)
Sunnyvale, California, USA (more..)
August 03, 1973
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SP 4004 (more..)
Sunnyvale Local (more..)
Jon Porter (more..)
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Southern Pacific's Sunnyvale Local with RS-32 4004 and C-50-4 caboose 1899 switching the Libby's cannery in Sunnyvale on August 3, 1973. The cannery closed in 1985 and the siding and yard tracks are now gone, as is the main line's sectional track. SP retired the 4004 in May 1977 and today the engine is part of the collection at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo, CA. Kodachrome II
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