Street Sweeping With A Pair Of F9's.
A year ago today SC&MB’s SC 1101 led as the traction motor blowers on both F-units swept up the dust on the street creating a dust storm along Walker Street... (more)
SC 1101 brings up the rear of the Polar Express as it moves down Beach Street on its way to the Santa Cruz Boardwalk. Santa Cruz would not be the same without trains. Long may they run.
Crossing Buena Vista road, the Santa Cruz @ Monterey Bay Railway Christmas Train heads back to the Watsonville Station.
It’s time to play follow the leader on Beach Street in Santa Cruz.
It was a rainy day and deep in Harkins Slough a large eucalyptus tree had fallen across the track. There are no roads to access the location so the Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay F9 locomotives, SC 110... (more)
The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s Train To Christmas Town heads towards Wilder Ranch after being switched on to the west leg of the Santa Cruz wye. The Santa Cruz Big Trees & Pacific Railway... (more)
The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s F9A SC 1101 poses on the new La Selva Bridge during the Regional Transportation Commission’s completion ceremony on February 26, 2015. With the completion o... (more)
A Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s passenger train crosses the old La Selva Bridge for the last time on its journey along the Pacific Coast from Santa Cruz to Watsonville at sunset. After this ... (more)
It’s November 17, 2012 and Iowa Pacific’s freshly painted F9 leads a passenger train at Wilder Ranch on the California Coast. With the completion of the bridge work on the Santa Cruz Branch Rail L... (more)
The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s Train To Christmas Town heads down Beach Street in Santa Cruz on its way to the station located at the Boardwalk.
A pair of F9’s in freight service is a rare sight these days. SC 1101 and SC 1102 head down Walker Street in Watsonville on their way to the interchange at the UP yard to pick up two centerbeam ca... (more)
The Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay Railway takes the Train To Christmas Town passengers on a Christmas slough ride through Harkins Slough.