Key System 352 passes the old depot for Rio Vista Junction at the Western Railway Museum
Key System 352 rolls around the loop at Laughlin Park at the Western Railway Museum
Shipyard 561 gets shoved into the shop
Electrical Line Dept.
Key System 352 waits to make a short 15 minute trip at the Western Railway Museum
Visalia Electric 502 rolls into the museum with a lone tank car
MUNI PCC 1016 sits near Garfield as the poles are changed for the trip back to the museum
SN Safety Car 62 sits on display for touring and photo ops
SN 1005 waits to head back to the museum as one of the windmills from a nearby wind farm, shows what progess has done to the area
SN 654 sits on display with a freight consist in stunning afternoon light
Visalia Electric 502 heads into the yard with its lone tank car
This ex-Manhattan Railway car found its way to the West Coast during WW2, when it operated on the Shipyard Railway.
Looking north at the one of the WRM's maintenance shops, with equipment outside including Visalia Electric 502 and one of SF Muni's first modern LRV's.
SF Muni 178, built in 1923 by Bethlehem Shipping Co., starts out on another run at the Western Railway Museum.
Key System streetcar 352 and 'Bridge' car 187 bask in the morning sun, before their first runs of the weekend.