Bathed in soft light, the beefy profile of Sierra Railway #2 is highlighted against the backdrop of Mikado #34.
At rest in the original Sierra Railway roundhouse, surrounded by the tools that once kept her running, husky Mikado #34 awaits her turn to come back to life. For now, she sits at Railtown 1897 as... (more)
Sierra Railway No. 28 undergoes extensive rebuilding in the Railtown 1897 roundhouse.
Sierra Railway 3 backs off the turntable on a nice summer morning in late May of 2014.
After a long day of running, Sierra Railway 4-6-0 #3 is slowly walked into it's stall in the 1897 wooden roundhouse.
Sierra Railway 4-6-0 #3, a 1891 graduate of the Rogers Locomotive Works in Paterson New Jersey, leads the 11 o'clock train north near Bell Mooney Road in Jamestown, California.
The New and the Old. A brand new RP20BD rebuild on only its fourth run to Sonora passes the old wooden water tower located at Railtown 1897 in Jamestown, California.
The Movie Queen Sierra 3 is less than a mile away from the end of her next to last trip as it heads back to Jamestown
The number 3 takes on water to prepare for a run up the hill to Sonora
Sierra Railway Locomotive #3 is steaming past the water tank and arriving at the Jamestown Depot.
Sierra Railroad steam locomotive #28 at rest in the roundhouse at Jamestown. Locomotive #34 can be seen in the background.
Locomotive #3 is decked out in Christmas Lights for the Santa Starlight Express.
Sierra Railway #2 takes water at the famous Petticoat Junction water tower at Jamestown, CA.
Sierra Railway #2 returns to the depot at Jamestown with another load of happy passengers.
Engines #3, #28, and #34 stand proudly in the Sierra Railway roundhouse at Jamestown, CA on December 30,2010.