Sierra Railroad's Brunch train has been staged for the morning's revenue run by both their station and the Hershey Factory Store. In a few hours it will carry a gaggle of well-heeled patrons in Iz... (more)
On display at the Historic Jamestown Shops and Roundhouse is this neatly painted ALCO MRS1 (RSX4). This unit has worked for both the the US Army as their B-2063 and the US Navy as their 65-000613.... (more)
Eastbound out of Oakdale, SRR #48 leads a "brunch" train along Sierra Rd. The equipment is also used for the Sierra Sunset Dinner Train. The train will go as far as Warnerville.
Waiting for service outside the UP diesel shops.
The Sierra RR ran a special from Jamestown down to Oakdale using the 34. On the return trip it got the 3 and 28 tacked on at Cooperstown for the grade to Jamestown
Eastbound and heading uphill toward Sonora and Standard in December of 1964, Sierra #40 takes the switch at the West end of Jamestown under the watchful eye of Jamestown Trainmaster, the late Jess... (more)
Heading back to Oakdale from Cooperstown, McCloud #18, currently residing on the Sierra, is crossing the trestle between Cooperstown and Warnerville. Behind the #18 is Sierra's only remaining Basl... (more)
Double heading Baldwins--one steam, one diesel--as the "Sierra Supper Chief" dinner train heads West from Jamestown. On the cab of the #28, directly below the number is"F.R. Egan", the general man... (more)
Sierra #3 is putting away equipment after a day of filming an episode of "The Big Valley". The Jamestown depot would later burn but the red freight house still stands. The #3 is currently schedule... (more)
In late 1985, an excursion was run from Jamestown to Hetch Hetchy Junction using eight cars and two of Sierra's Baldwin S12's. Photo taken somewhere near Keystone
SRR #28 leaving Cooperstown on the deadhead move back to Jamestown from Oakdale
Runby staged West of Paulsell on the return trip with #28 now in the lead
This runby was staged on track with a slow order
This photo runby was staged twice.