On a very hot afternoon, Central California Traction's roadfreight heads south.
Caboose 24 trails Central California Traction's road freight returning from Sacramento. The train is a couple of miles south of Herald, California.
On a sunny winter afternoon, CCT No. 41 sits on one of the roundhouse track at WP's roundhouse awaiting repairs.
Central California Traction has just left Sacramento heading south as it crosses Deer Creek. This line has since been abandoned.
Central California Traction EMD GP18 No. 1790 switches cars at Lodi, California, on the afternoon of March 8, 2006.
On the nice, late winter day of March 10, 2006, Central California Traction SW1500s Nos. 1502 and 1503 get hand-washed at Stockton, California.
CCT 1790 crosses in front of the old interurban car barn as it starts its way over to BNSF's Mormon Yard to pick up its train
CCT 1790 sits at the ready at the awaiting clearance to head to BNSF Mormon Yard to pick up its train
Central California Traction works the Port of Stockton on Terminal Island.
Central California Traction Co (CCT) #1790 drops off some boxcars over at the Pacific Coast Producers' Facility in Lodi, CA.
CCT GP18 No. 1795 idles at the tiny railroad's facility in Stockton. This locomotive as well as No. 1790 are both ex-Rock Island Geeps.
With work in Lodi finished, the CCT road freight behind their venerable ex-RI GP18 departs town and heads south back to Stockton.
CCT 1790 leads the M-F job back south as it nears the Harney Road crossing.
With the day's work almost complete, the Central California Traction Company's ex-Rock Island GP18 has its train well in hand passing through the rural area south of Lodi.