Amtrak No. 159 has the lead of No. 14 the northbound Coast Starlight. Amtrak No. 203 the Operation Lifesaver unit is the 2nd engine. No. 203 has been the 2nd unit on No, 14 for awhile. Wonder if t... (more)
Beginning at the top of the Truckee River Canyon, Union Pacific AC4400CW No. 6643 leads a Manifest down the Canyon to Rena Nevada.
Amtrak No. 5 the westbound California Zephyr with P42DC No. 82 leading, is several hours down as it rolls around the curves of Glenshire to the next station stop in a few minutes at Truckee.
Union Pacific stacks with AC4400CW No. 5846 leading climbs the up the Eastside of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Climbing through the Truckee River Canyon alongside Interstate 80 and the Truckee Ri... (more)
Union Pacific ES44AC No.7963 lifts stacks up the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains from Truckee to the Summit at Norden over the Donner Pass Route on the Roseville Subdivision
Virginia and Truckee, Baldwin 4-4-0 no 22, the Inyo, built in 1875, is prepped at the station for a train ride featuring a restored Virginia and Truckee Passenger car.
Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming narrow gauge 4-6-0 No 1 the Glenbrook pulls train rides around the Nevada State Railroad Museum during the Great Steam Up.
Eureka and Palisade narrow gauge 4-4-0 no 4 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875 Is on the US national Register of Historic Places.
Virginia & Truckee 2-4-0 No. 18 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873 and named Dayton
Virginia & Truckee 4-4-0 No12 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873 named the Genoa was removed from its home in the California State Railroad Museum for the occasion.
Virginia & Truckee 4-6-0 No 25, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1905.
Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad 2-6-0 No. 5, Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875 for the Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Co.
Southern Pacific Narrow Gauge No. 18, the Slim Princess, leads another set of cars for a 2nd train ride around the museum grounds.
Santa Cruz Portland Cement Co No. 2,The Chiggen, leads train rides around the museum grounds.
After turning Virginia and Truckee No. 11 The Reno, 180 degrees on the turntable the museum personal stop to admire the engine. Built by Baldwin in1872 the engine is being restored to operational ... (more)