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Shiloh_Road_Facing_Molena.jpg
Shiloh_Road_Facing_Molena1364 viewsThis is the Shiloh Road safety stop for the Western Railway Museum, looking West towards Molena.4 comments
Garfield_Station_1940.jpg
Garfield_Station_19401210 viewsThis is a view of the Garfield flagstop, as it appeared in 1940. Photo is from the Western Railway Museum website.
Garfield_Flag_Stop.jpg
Garfield_Flag_Stop1256 viewsA view of the Garfield flag stop.1 comments
Rio_Vista_Junction_1940.jpg
Rio_Vista_Junction_19401453 viewsThis is a view of Rio Vista Junction, as it appeared in 1940. The bridge in the background in State Highway 12. Photo is from the Western Railway Museum website.1 comments
Trestle_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North.jpg
Trestle_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North1997 viewsA view of the trestle at Dozier.
Vacaville_Junction_Facing_South.jpg
Vacaville_Junction_Facing_South1751 viewsThis view is from Dozier (also known as Vacaville Junction), looking railroad West (South). This portion of the line is now owned by the Western Railway Museum.1 comments
Mainline_R_O_W_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North.jpg
Mainline_R_O_W_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North2382 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. for the mainline at Dozier (Vacaville Junction).2 comments
DSCF0005.jpg
DSCF00051952 viewsThis is the track that was built to connect the formerly isolated Vacaville-Susuin Branch with the rest of the SN System. It was taken near Cannon and the entrance to Travis Air Force Base, looking due East. This track is now owned by the Western Railwa1 comments
DSCF0006.jpg
DSCF00061214 viewsAn opposite view of the same track, looking due West. On the other side of the hill, the track joins the UP (SP) mainline at Cannon. This track is now owned by the Western Railway Museum and is used to tranfer equipment to and from the museum.
DSCF0001.jpg
DSCF00011172 viewsThis embankment once led to the SN's trestle over the SP at Cannon. I was not able to tell if the tracks on the embankment were still intact. On the opposite side of the trestle are the remains of the Vacaville and Susuin Branches. This view is looking
snrrmontclarion.jpg
603 views
DSCF0004.jpg
DSCF00041081 viewsThis is an opposite view of the previous photo, looking Northeast.
DSCF0002.jpg
DSCF00021157 viewsThis is the opposite side of the SN trestle at Cannon. The tracks lead to the Vacaville and Susuin Branches. This view is looking Southwest.
snlisbon.jpg
snlisbon1365 viewsSN 2-car train northbound on Lisbon trestle. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection1 comments
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Sacramento.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Sacramento2246 viewsA view of the Babel Slough Rd. grade crossing, facing towards Riverview.1 comments
sn_003.jpg
477 views
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Clarksburg.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Clarksburg2259 viewsA view of the Babel Slough Rd. grade crossing, facing towards Oxford.1 comments
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Sacramento.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Sacramento2070 viewsA view of the Clarksburg Branch heading back to Riverview. These tracks were used by the Yolo Shortline, but were abandoned when Sierra Railway took ownership. These tracks may soon be removed.5 comments
snknave.jpg
478 views
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Oxford.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Oxford1034 viewsThis is the branchline to Oxford. The spur to the sugar factory at Clarksburg is on the left.
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Northwest.jpg
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Northwest1065 viewsThese are the remains of the spur that led to the sugar factory at Clarksburg.
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Southeast.jpg
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Southeast1062 viewsA view of the spur to the sugar factory at Clarksburg.
Broderick_looking_West.jpg
Broderick_looking_West1247 viewsThis is a view of Broderick, looking West. The track to the left is the mainline to Oakland. The track on the right is the Woodland Branch.4 comments
snunk4.jpg
snunk41514 viewsLocation unknown. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection3 comments
Sacramento_Capitol_Ave_Xing.jpg
Sacramento_Capitol_Ave_Xing2054 viewsThis is an arial view of the mainline entering the Tower Bridge in Sacramento. Notice the track enters down the center of the bridge, blocking all traffic entering into Sacramento on West Capitol Ave. (formerly M St.).2 comments
Sacramento_M_St_Bridge_1911.jpg
Sacramento_M_St_Bridge_19111720 viewsThe Oakland, Antioch, & Eastern originally entered Sacramento on this bridge, built in 1911. This bridge was known as the M St. Bridge and was replaced in 1935 with the current Tower Bridge.2 comments
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1935.jpg
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_19352176 viewsThis is the West end of the Tower Bridge in Sacramento, as it appeared for its grand opening in 1935.3 comments
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1999.jpg
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_19991417 viewsThis is the West end of the Tower Bridge, as it appears today. The tracks, which originally crossed in the center of the bridge, now terminate slightly to the right of the bridge approach. Traffic now approaches the bridge straight on, as opposed to at
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_with_SN_221_1938.jpg
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_with_SN_221_19382275 viewsSN 221 crosses the Tower Bridge in Sacramento in 1938. I believe it is bound for Woodland.2 comments
snsacbridge.jpg
snsacbridge1171 viewsSN in Sacramento. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1935_Westbound.gif
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1935_Westbound2598 viewsThis is the East end of the Tower Bridge, as it appeared for its opening in 1935. Note the SP Walnut Grove branch crossing in the foreground. This interlocking was controlled by a flagman.1 comments
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1999_Westbound.jpg
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1999_Westbound2256 viewsThis is how the East end of the Tower Bridge appears today. Note the former SP track is still in place, while the SN track has long since been removed. This track is now operated by the Sacramento Southern Railroad, owned by the California State Railroa
sn1003tr3.jpg
sn1003tr31599 viewsSN 1003 on track 3 in Sacramento. Note Capitol dome in backround and Chevy truck & trailer. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection4 comments
Sacramento_Union_Station_Front.jpg
Sacramento_Union_Station_Front1487 viewsThis is Sacramento's Union Station. At one time, this station was served by THREE different railroad companies--Oakland, Antioch, & Eastern, Northern Electric, and Central California Traction.9 comments
bidwellsn.jpg
bidwellsn1280 viewsSN Bidwell parlour car on an excursion at SN Depot in Sacramento. Now a market. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection
Woodland_Interlocking.jpg
Woodland_Interlocking1432 viewsThis is the Woodland interlocking tower, where the SN's Woodland branch crossed over the SP. Photo from the SN Online website.13 comments
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