The 4PM museum train has very recently reached the northern end of its run, at 7th Street, and is now shoving south back to SCRM. Photo taken south of the 11th Street Crossing. Consist is an SP SW... (more)
Although this is listed as an EMD SW1, it's really an EMC SW1, from before EMC was purchased by GM. Beautifully restored by the folks at SCRM, SP 1006 has just shoved its train to the end of track... (more)
An SP U25B shoves the Southern California Railway Museum train back to the station.
With its first trip of the day in the books, Fillmore & Western No. 14 is drifting downgrade on the rear of the second train of the day as it heads for the Highway 126 overpass where it will stop ... (more)
A Sierra Railway passenger excursion rolls westward on a summer afternoon. The train is just out of Jamestown, crossing Bell Mooney Road.
Repainted in Scarlet and Grey, SW 900 No. 1195 leads the Photographers Train and Southern Pacific articulated cars No. 2473 and 2474 back downhill to load the group during Pete Lerros Niles Canyon... (more)
Arriving at Bartle on the way to Burney. In the next four years steam excursions will wnd and most of the railroad dimantled.
The westbound Weekend Scenic with F7A No. 100, meets 2-8-0 N0. 14 with the eastbound Christmas toy collection train at Santa Paula.
Southern Pacific 4-6-2 No. 2472 pulls eastbound up the Niles Canyon to Sunol. The locomotive is pulling a photographers special through the canyon on this fine spring morning.
The first Tree train of the day departs Santa Paula at 10:30am.
FWRY GP35 #3501 with the Polar Express train in the early morning at Fillmore.
The dampness and gloom of winter is made much better by the chance to see and ride behind a Roaring Camp and Big Trees Railroad Shay loco.
ATSF FP45 #108 leads the 9am Day out with Thomas train back south at Ellis Street.
#352 is a St. Louis Car Company product of 1911.
On a fourth of July excursion between Mt. Shasta and McCloud, the MR 18 paused at Big Canyon for a couple of minutes. The conductor, who has been a friend for a long time, graciously let me bail ... (more)