Leaving Niles, the 2472 works its train up the grade, bound for Sunol.
SP 2472 leads her train up Niles Canyon on the first trip of Memorial Day.
The Missouri Pacific commemorative unit leads a westbound mechandise train toward Roseville on a bright spring morning.
Exiting Tunnel 25, the 6936 and its train approach Rich Bar in the Feather River Canyon.
The sole operable Centennial leads a passenger special across the historic Keddie trestle.
The McCloud 18 leads the PLA passenger train to Warnerville, where the Sierra 28 will be put on the point.
MRL 326 leads a westbound BNSF train out of Helena, bound for the Continental Divide.
A special treat in the consist of the UP 5375 West is DDA40X 6936, pictured here at Pulga.
The rocky walls of Serpentine Canyon rumble with the early-morning passage of the UP 3963 West on a perfect June morning.
The 5368 leads its train across the north leg of the Keddie wye, onto the BNSF Gateway Subdivision.
A BNSF Highline train grinds through Serpentine Canyon, bound for a crew change near Keddie.
One of the last places when street running exists in California, Jack London Square is always a good show.
An elderly tunnel motor, complete with mismatched number boards, leads an eastbound drag at Benicia.
Three SD70ACes lead this stack train along the Humboldt River out of Carlin
An eastbound stack train exits Palisade Canyon at mp 638 on the former WP line.