One of my best diesel shots from the GGRM's final public weekend of excursions in Niles Canyon, this one taken at the beginning on Labor Day morning. Just the same as the first day, Fairbanks Mors... (more)
SP replica #1487 deadheads back to the Brightside Yard after a long and eventful day of excursions. SP 1487 is actually a former US Army unit turned SP replica.
SP 2472 is on the final approach to Sunol as it parallels scenic highway 84 with the 11am excursion in tow. This weekend would mark the end of GGRM steam excursions on the Niles Canyon Railway. Co... (more)
Turning 90yrs old this year, the only Baldwin logging mallet on the west coast pulls a photo freight eastbound up the Niles Canyon.
Robert Dollar 3 leads the "Daylight Limited" eastbound through the Heart of Niles Canyon on the final day of Steamfest 2014.
In beautiful Niles Canyon, Clover Valley Lumber CO. #4 climbs east bound out of the Bay Area. This is part of the original transcontinental rail line.
Western Pacific F7A 918A, 918D, 914A, 916D near Sunol, California, on August 13, 1972. Running two (or more) locomotives with the same engine number was a quaint practice on some railroads that's ... (more)
Niles Canyon Railway's Southern Pacific SD9 #5472 with Business Car #121 drifting down hill from Sunol to Niles.
Clover Valley Lumber Co. No. 4 does a photo pass along the Niles Canyon Railway during the 4th annual Winterail Photographer's Special hosted by the Pacific Locomotive Association. Recently resto... (more)
Golden Gate Railroad Museum's, Southern Pacific 2472, climbs Niles Canyon east of Farwell with a photographers special.
Golden Gate Railroad Museum's, Southern Pacific 2472, charges up Niles Canyon with a photographers special.
The San Jose Perishables exits Tunnel 2 on a fresh spring morning.
During the 1992 San Jose convention of the NRHS a small bunch of convention goers took a bus to Niles Canyon We participated in several short trips and a parade of locomotives put on by Nile Cany... (more)
SP 2472 hustles a Labor Day Special East towards Sunol, crossing the Alameda Creek at the famous Farwell trestle.
The whistle on Mason County Logging 2-6-2 No. 7 echoes off the canyon walls as it and Quincy 2-6-2T No. 2 perform another photo run for the photographers.