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Photo ID: 351844

August of 1969, the F-unit era on the SP was drawing to a close as #6337 emerges from Niles Canyon, just West of Sunol. Today, this right of way is the home of the Niles Canyon Railway

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Sunol, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 6337
Train ID: Eastward manifest
Photo Date: August, 1969


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Jan 17, 2011

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Photo ID: 223997

Visible in this photo is the end the Milwaukee blinded, first on the two passenger Joe's then later to all of them.

Railroad: Milwaukee Road
Locomotive: GE EF-4
Location: Avery, Idaho, USA
Locomotive #: MILW E21
Train ID: Eastward manifest
Photo Date: August, 1971


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 20, 2008

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Photo ID: 223996

Following the St. Joe River out of Avery, MILW E21 is climbing as heads East.

Railroad: Milwaukee Road
Locomotive: GE EF-4
Location: Avery, Idaho, USA
Locomotive #: MILW E21
Train ID: Eastward manifest
Photo Date: August, 1971


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 20, 2008

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Photo ID: 223968

At the Avery Depot, ready to head East, E21 is MU'd with what appers to be 3 GP40's. Today, the depot remains but the right of way is now a road.

Railroad: Milwaukee Road
Locomotive: GE EF-4
Location: Avery, Idaho, USA
Locomotive #: MILW E21
Train ID: Eastward Manifest
Photo Date: August, 1971


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 20, 2008

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Photo ID: 206130

SP rebuilt SD40R has emerged from Tunnel #17 West of Newcastle on the #2 track. Three SD40T2's and an SD45 make up the rest of the lash-up.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD40R
Location: Newcastle, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 7364
Train ID: Eastward Manifest
Photo Date: June, 1988


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Oct 13, 2007

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Photo ID: 176296

The Sword of Damocles had fallen on the SP a month before but few outward changes were visible as Rio Grande Tunnel Motor #5365 races Eastward thru the community of Lockwood, just East of Sparks. ... (more)

Railroad: Denver & Rio Grande Western
Locomotive: EMD SD40T-2
Location: Sparks, Nevada, USA
Locomotive #: DRGW 5365
Train ID: Eastward Manifest
Photo Date: October, 1996


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 20, 2007

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Photo ID: 176136

Eastbound on what was then the #2 Track (UP changed it to #1) #7561 is passing thru the former lumber town of Floriston.

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD45
Location: Floriston, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 7561
Train ID: Eastward Manifest
Photo Date: June, 1986


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 19, 2007

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Photo ID: 176129

Struggling upgrade at Emigrant Gap, 5 SP tunnel motors and one SD9 are passing the once important station on the SP. The sixth unit, an SD9, is equipped with an icicle breaker to clear ice from t... (more)

Railroad: Southern Pacific Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD45T-2
Location: Emigrant Gap, California, USA
Locomotive #: SP 6797
Train ID: Eastward Manifest
Photo Date: February, 1987


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By: Drew Jacksich

Added: Feb 19, 2007

Views: 4,173
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