Columbia River Belt Line #7 "Skookum" Leads its Train Past the Sempahore Signals as it makes its way into Sunol Depot During the Golden Spike 150th Anniversary Excursions.
The 2-4-4-2 Skookum No. 7 from the OCSRR and Clover Valley Lumber Co. 2-6-6-2 T No. 4 of the NCRR doubleheading westbound out of Sunol during a Pete Lerro productions photo shoot.
Early morning finds Union Pacific No. 5845 leading an empty Herzog Ballast Train into Sunol after exiting Niles Canyon.
The Skookum No.7 visiting the NCRR from Oregon struts it's stuff pulling flats into Sunol during the Lerro Productions photo shoot at the NCRR.
Clover Valley Lumber Company No. 4 puts on a show as it pulls a mixed freight to Sunol during the Lerro Productions photo shoot at the NCRR.
Southern Pacific 4-6-2 No. 2472 pulls eastbound up the Niles Canyon to Sunol. The locomotive is pulling a photographers special through the canyon on this fine spring morning.
SP 9010 arrives in Sunol on its first day of public excursions on Niles Canyon Railway.
2472 charges upgrade toward Sunol.
Emerging from the Eastern end of Niles Canyon, WP 2001 is taking the curve into the town of Sunol. This locomotive has been preserved at the WP museum in Portola, CA.
WP F7 918-D makes her debut run on Fourth of July, 2005 after a 22 year (on and off) restoration.
SP 5623 splits the inoperative semaphores in Sunol. This was the first time this engine has been used by the PLA for passenger trains in Niles Canyon.
SP Black Widow SD9 at the Sunol Depot on the Niles Canyon Railway. Nikon D70 18-70mm