Santa Fe 4-6-2 Pacific # 1333 sits at the head of a ice reffer block at Port Chicago California on June 14 1949. Built by Baldwin in 1911 and rebuilt in 12/25 it was finally sold for scrap on 11/... (more)
Santa Fe 4-8-2 Mountain type 3708 Is very much alive In this view taken in the summer of 1948. Tihis loco was Built In 1919 and pulled Premium passenger trains until the 4-8-4 northerns came... (more)
At the Concord Naval Weapons Station
A Roger Puta Photograph
The "Last Run of a PA" Excursion is on its way back to Richmond from Stockton and has stopped at Port Chicago for a photo run. Trailing unit #58 has quit, resulting in some very ALCO-like smoke fr... (more)
Leading the Eastbound San Joaquin, #112 (ex SP 6448) has passed thru Port Chicago after leaving the SP. The train is now on Santa Fe rails as it will be the rest of the way to Bakersfield.
ATSF 42C is pinch hitting for the planned ALCO PA's on a trip from Richmond to Riverbank. The train has paused at Port Chicago for photos. The depot is long gone as is the entire town of Port Chic... (more)
A hot westbound pig train switches over to the main line at Port Chicago for the rest of its fast trip to Richmond.
During the hieght of the Super Fleet era, AT&SF's hot 199 train blasts through Port Chicago on its way to Richmond.