Oregon Coast Scenic, Baldwin 2-4-4-2 No 7. the Skookum and Niles Canyon Railway Baldwin 2-6-6-2T No. 4, pose at the restored Sunol Station during a Pete Lerro Photography session.
Portrait picture of the Columbia River Belt Line #7 "Skookum", built 1909 by Baldwin Locomotive Works.
The Columbia River Belt Line #7 "Skookum" is leading an excursion train on the Niles Canyon Railway.
The beautifully preserved Southern Pacific 1423 of the Niles Canyon Railway.
The 1949 built SP 1423 brings the empty excursion train from the Brightside yard to the Sunol CA station.
Niles Canyon Railway's Southern Pacific NW2 switcher poses in the sun next to the two semaphores just south of the Sunol terminal.
Former SP 6380 still wears its distinct SP snowplow and previous owners colors as it waits transfer to the Golden Gate Railroad Museums new property in Schellville, CA. The unit is heading out wit... (more)
Altamont Commuter Express train 06 makes its way eastbound through Niles Canyon with a F40PH for power. With ACE receiving 4 new Siemens chargers in the last year, the classic F40PHs have become a... (more)
Clover Valley Lumber Co. 2-6-6-2 T poses under a full moon at the restored Sunol Railway Depot on the Niles Canyon Railroad during a Pete Lerro Photo Charter.
Special guest locomotive "Skookum" No.7 splits the wigwags at Brightside near Sunol, Ca. during one of the late-2021 weekend steam events.
Union Pacific train AMICH (Milpitas, CA - Chicago, IL) works its way upgrade as it passes Hearst siding and ex Western Pacific code line poles in Niles Canyon.
The 2-4-4-2 Skookum No. 7 doubleheads with Clover Valley Lumber Co. 2-6-6-2 No.4 and a photo freight opportunity during a Pete Lerro Niles Canyon Shoot
Southern Pacific No.1195 freshly painted in Scarlet And Grey, leads Southern Pacific Articulated cars No. 2473 and 2474 downhill from Sunol during Pete Lerro's Niles Canyon Photo Shoot.
SP 9010, the last surviving Krauss-Maffei rolls by East Sunol along Pleasanton-Sunol Rd between Sunol and Hearst.