While James, CA is well known for it's balloon track 2-for-1 shot location as well as being the western exit and entrance of the Feather River Canyon, it also has a somewhat hidden spot directly ... (more)
The real feel of "The Canyon" as viewed from the highway side from the rock wall pull-out space high above the Feather River West of Pulga. Tunnel 9 is a favorite spot of mine that I feel best rep... (more)
The Dunsmuir RR Days bound special from Portola passes under the CA-70 highway bridge at Pulga from the "fun" vantage point up above. Dodging logging big rigs on a narrow highway bridge is fun!
Cabeese on the loose! (or perhaps on the leese?) Three of WPRM's "street legal" cabeese pose on the up on the Rock Creek Trestle bring back a scene from RR merger years past. The UP 25732, UP 2528... (more)
Looking through one of the four Highway-70 tunnel vents at Merlin.
My first time being up here at Rock Creek where the afternoon light is on the Northwest side of the trestle (late spring/early summer light). As in past museum move specials, the Hogg took it nice... (more)
The Dunsmuir-bound Feathered UP Heritage Unit does its best to represent the Feathered River Canyon crossing over the bridge at Tobin.
View of the whole Dunsmuir RR Days "Circus Train" (as described over the radio by a couple humorous passing UP freight crews).
With UP generously offering both the WP and SP Heritage Units to the Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola to use for the annual Museum Special to Dunsmuir's RR Days weekend festival, we knew... (more)
The WP heritage unit leads the WPRM Dunsmuir RR Days Special on WP heritage rails out of Tunnel 25 west of Rich Bar in the Feather River Canyon.
UP 1983 leads the SPORV west through Pulga with equipment from the Portola RR museum which is heading to Dunsmuir for railroad days.