Sera GP7u 134 bound for Riverbank Ca.
Sierra Northern 134 leads a one car special consisting of the "Burrard" (built Canadian National 1954) across the weir in West Sacramento, California.
After running a small valentines day excursion train, Sierra Northern 134 sits in Woodland until it will be used in the next few days.
The River Train waits in the yard to depart later that evening. Canon Rebel XS.
The Rivertrain comes off the east end of the long Yolo Bypass trestle, approaching the old Sacramento Northern location of Haviland near the Sac River.
The Sierra Northern's Brunch Rivertrain is just underway eastbound, passing GE 50-tonner #50 at the former Yolo Shortline headquarters in Woodland.
The Sierra Northern's Brunch Rivertrain is in the middle of the long wooden trestle over the Yolo Bypass heading east. The Sacramento Airport is a short distance away.
The Sierra Northern's Sunday brunch 'Rivertrain' loads passengers in downtown Woodland, about to head east towards West Sacramento. The 134 is a former Santa Fe GP7u.
Sierra Northern GP7 134 is running long-hood forward with the Sunday Brunch train as it heads southeast running along the Sacramento River at the old Sacramento Northern location of Haviland.