Sierra #50 at Oakdale.
Built in 1955, Sierra Railroad Baldwin S-12 No. 42 is at Oakdale, California, on March 13, 2005.
A Sierra Railroad passenger train heads west at Arnold, California, on March 13, 2005. The extra is powered by Baldwin S-12 No. 42, built in 1955.
Sierra number 3 coming up to milepost 44 and stopping for display as part of participation in the 2012 Amgen Tour bicycle race, on May 16th, 2012
Sierra Railroad Baldwin S-12 No. 42 leads a five-car passenger extra westbound through verdant grassland east of Paulsell at mile 12.2. This train was operated as a special run on the Sunday after... (more)
Sierra Railway 3 backs off the turntable on a nice summer morning in late May of 2014.
McCloud River Railroad No. 18 powers a post-Winterail photo special on the Sierra Railroad.
Westbound freight leaving Red Hills.
Eastbound freight heading to Chinese Camp and Standard.
Smoke and cinders fly as DRGW 463 a Mudhen along with a K-36 attack Cumbres Pass with nine cars in tow. This was only the second doubleheader of the season for the C&TS.
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.
Sierra Northern 52 cruises through the rolling hills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains as it heads back to Oakdale after a long journey to Sonora. Snow capped peaks loom far in the distance.
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.
On a sunny winter afternoon, Sierra Northern 52 and the Fassler Flyer march along at a steady 10mph as they cross Tim Bell Road near Paulsell, California. Like many other roads along this line, it... (more)