Sierra Northern Railway GP9 #131 (former Southern Pacific #3803).
Sierra Railway No. 28 undergoes extensive rebuilding in the Railtown 1897 roundhouse.
Deep in California's Gold Country lies the old Sierra Railway. Miles from any sign of civilization, this area truly feels like the Wild West. Built in 1897, this track has long been used to shuttl... (more)
The Sacramento RiverTrain crosses Old River Road at Kiesel
SERA 47 with SP-10 rolls over the Yolo Bypass on the former Sacramento Northern Woodland Branch
SERA 47 with SP-10 in tow arrives into Woodland on the former Sacramento Northern Woodland Branch
SERA 47 with SP-10 in tow passes the Sacramento RiverTrain consist at Lovdall on the former Sacramento Northern Woodland Branch
It's not one of the famous Baldwins, but Sierra GP9 No. 46 still makes a fine sight as it leaves Oakdale, Calif., passing under a blooming almond tree.
Sunrise in Oakdale finds some of the Sierra Northern's power basking in the morning sunlight as they await their next call to duty.
Sierra Railroad GP9E No. 46 powers a four-car passenger extra through the verdant hills east of Paulsell at mile 12.2. This train was operated as a special run on the Sunday after Winterail on Mar... (more)
Skating down the Santa Cruz Boardwalk on a DODX flatcar.
Sierra Railway's nicely painted Dinner Train the day after Christmas in gorgeous afternoon light.
Sierra's home built genset 52 at Oakdale.
Fresh painted Sierra 48 with it's matched set of cars for the Dinner Train.
Sierra #50 at Oakdale.