An idiot homeless guy grabs onto the sides of the bridge over the Alameda Creek, while Engineer Andy Willick slowly crawls past the bonehead, heavy on the K5LA of CDTX 2008.
The magic banana crosses the Alameda Creek on a gorgeous Fall afternoon leading a San Jose-bound Capitol.
Crossing Alameda Creek en route to Rail Fair 91 in Sacramento.
Two big beasty GE's lead a thirteen car Warm Springs Local over the Alameda Creek on another fabulous Bay Area September afternoon.
The sun sets on another spectacular Fall day in the Bay Area, while commuters return to their homes in the Silicon Valley, onboard Amtrak #543.
The now Tuesday-only BNSF Warm Springs Local heads South with two new ES44's on the point, and a mere 11 cars.
High clouds roll in as UP 5414 leads the Roseville to San Jose hauler across the dried up Alameda Creek.
Four in steam! Group crew shot taken at Brightside Yard.
Two crewmen discuss the plan for the upcoming day.
Mason County No. 7 and Quincy No. 2 team up for a great photo runby during Steamfest II on the Niles Canyon Railway. The lead engine was visiting from Roots of Motive Power in Willits, California... (more)
Mason County No. 7 gets some TLC before the start of Steamfest II
The whistle on Mason County Logging 2-6-2 No. 7 echoes off the canyon walls as it and Quincy 2-6-2T No. 2 perform another photo run for the photographers.
The builders plate on Quincy No. 2
Granite Rock 10, visiting from the California State Railroad Museum, performs a fast photo runby with Robert Dollar Co. 2-6-2T 3.
Mason County Logging 2-6-2 No. 7 performs a photo runby for the crowd during the morning photo trip at Steamfest II, hosted by the Niles Canyon Railway.