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SN1005_dntnOak.jpg
712 views3 commentsJun 17, 2015
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457 viewsJan 31, 2013
Molina_nov_09_2.jpg
3944 viewsNovember 2009: Molina looking north - debris cleared, replacement ties & power poles not too far away. 1 commentsNov 15, 2009
Molina_looking_good_nov_09.jpg
9562 viewsMolina November 2009. Looking south at switch with replacement ties - power poles on their way - not long now until service resumes? 16 commentsNov 15, 2009
Vacaville_Junction_Facing_South.jpg
Vacaville_Junction_Facing_South1998 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Wig_Wag_Base_Canyon.jpg
Wig_Wag_Base_Canyon2547 viewsThis is the base of a wig-wag signal that used to protect this crossing in Canyon. The wig-wag can be seen very clearly in the video "Electric Rails Around The Bay".8 commentsMay 09, 2009
w_SN_montezuma_north.jpg
w_SN_montezuma_north2153 viewsMontezuma Slough looking northward (SN in distance). Summer of 2002. Courtesy of John Stashik1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Woodland_Wye_with_SN_650.jpg
Woodland_Wye_with_SN_6501760 viewsSN steeple cab 650 wyes in front of the Woodland Depot. The left leg of the wye was on Second Street, the right leg was the branchline back to Sacramento. The center leg entered the depot at an angle.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
w_SN_montezuma_south.jpg
w_SN_montezuma_south2458 viewsMontezuma Slough looking southward (toward Chipps) showing what's left. Summer 2002. Courtesy of John Stashik4 commentsMay 09, 2009
Woodland_Station_Then.jpg
Woodland_Station_Then1569 viewsA view of the Woodland Station, as it was then.May 09, 2009
Woodland_Station_Rear_Then.jpg
Woodland_Station_Rear_Then1456 viewsA rear view of the Woodland Station, as it was then. Photographer unknown; Garth G. Groff collectionMay 09, 2009
Trestle_Remnants_Near_Montezuma.jpg
Trestle_Remnants_Near_Montezuma1759 viewsThese are the trestle remains on the r.o.w. near Montezuma. The remains of the drawbridge at Dutton can be seen in the background.3 commentsMay 09, 2009
Trestle_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North.jpg
Trestle_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North2205 viewsA view of the trestle at Dozier.May 09, 2009
Valle_Vista_curve_Combine_1017.gif
Valle_Vista_curve_Combine_10171812 viewsCombine 1017 rounds Valle Vista curve, heading Westbound. Photographer unknown; Garth G. Groff collectionMay 09, 2009
Woodland_Interlocking.jpg
Woodland_Interlocking2171 viewsThis is the Woodland interlocking tower, where the SN's Woodland branch crossed over the SP. Photo from the SN Online website.15 commentsMay 09, 2009
West_Pittsburg_1940.jpg
West_Pittsburg_19401502 viewsA view of West Pittsburg in 1940. Not much has changed here. The tracks, however, are still intact!May 09, 2009
vallevista22.jpg
vallevista221903 viewsUnknown location (looks like Valle Vista area). J.G.Graham Collection Courtesy of the Oakland History RoomMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_G.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_G1698 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Trestle_Birds_Landing.jpg
Trestle_Birds_Landing1920 viewsThis is a view of the restored trestle near Birds Landing (apx. halfway between Garfield and Molena) on the mainline. The trestle was restored by the Western Railway Museum in the hopes that they will eventually run their interuban trains here.3 commentsMay 09, 2009
Trestle_abutment_over_Mountain_Blvd_Montclair.jpg
Trestle_abutment_over_Mountain_Blvd_Montclair4293 viewsThese are the remains of the trestle over Mountain Blvd. in the Montclair District of Oakland.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
unk22.jpg
unk224111 viewsUnknown location. Rare(ish) color photo. J.G.Graham Collection Courtesy of the Oakland History Room8 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_F.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_F1471 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_E.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_E1566 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.May 09, 2009
Temescal_curve_with_Engine_670_Eastbound.jpg
Temescal_curve_with_Engine_670_Eastbound3533 viewsSteeplecab 670 rounding the curve near Temescal. The train is heading Eastbound. Photo by Wilbur C. Whittaker; Garth G. Groff collectionMay 09, 2009
temescal.jpg
temescal4576 viewsTrain crossing Lake Temescal. This is an unusual shot because this area was later filled in and the trestle was no longer needed. If you go to Lake Temescal now, it is a little difficult to figure out exactly where this was (at least for me).14 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_B.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_B1906 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.4 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_D.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_D1426 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.May 09, 2009
Summit.jpg
Summit3887 viewsThis photo was taken near the West portal of the tunnel, at the summit, looking West.4 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_C.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_C1489 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
St_Mary_s_College.jpg
St_Mary_s_College1537 viewsSt. Mary's College.JPGMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_A.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_A1698 viewsWest Pittsburg Subway undercrossing under the Union Pacific (formerly SP) and BNSF (formerly AT&SF).2 commentsMay 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_Approach_Track_McAvoy_Road.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_Approach_Track_McAvoy_Road3127 viewsThis is the approach track to the West Pittsburg Subway. The photo was taken from MacAvoy Road. Note the newly installed concrete crossing.2 commentsMay 09, 2009
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Southeast.jpg
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Southeast1231 viewsA view of the spur to the sugar factory at Clarksburg.May 09, 2009
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Northwest.jpg
Spur_Clarksburg_facing_Northwest1242 viewsThese are the remains of the spur that led to the sugar factory at Clarksburg.May 09, 2009
Subway_Undercrossing_1955.jpg
Subway_Undercrossing_19551753 viewsA 1955 view of the West Pittsburg Subway.May 09, 2009
stmarys4.jpg
stmarys43001 viewsEntrance to St Mary's College in Moraga with a small inset of same exact view when SN trains ran through. There is no trace of the ROW on or near this road. If you go off just a bit to the left, the ROW begins in kind of a weird jungle like atmosphere. Se8 commentsMay 09, 2009
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