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snwestportal28153 viewsSN west portal in Oakland Hills.83 comments
40th_Shafter_Streets_Location_of_Yard_Looking_South19642 viewsThis is how 40th & Shafter looks today. The yard was on the left where the fence is, the tower was where the burned out building is on the right.34 comments
Eastport after abandonment 195716044 viewsAmazing photo of SN at Eastport after abandonment in April 1957. This was the eastern side of the Oa36 comments
eastport100311601 viewsThe best shot I've ever seen of the east portal of the Oakland Hills tunnel. This is a Bay Area Electric Railroad Association excursion taken in January 1957. Perhaps the very last passenger train through this tunnel. Photo courtesy of Donald Duke from t9 comments
11302 viewsMolina November 2009. Looking south at switch with replacement ties - power poles on their way - not long now until service resumes? 16 comments
SNRRtrainRocksign9431 viewsSN 653 pulling cars at the Rockridge crossing. The sign is to the left of the train. 661 is waiting on a spur track. 1946-47 Courtesy of W.T. Larkins7 comments
eastporttunnel7239 viewsI've gotten a few people asking me what the east side tunnel portal looked like. This is a pretty good photo of it showing the tunnel portal and the substation which was located there. If you go to this spot now (Pinehurst just south of the hairpin turn),23 comments
SN_Key_System_Underpass_under_SP_Oakland7199 viewsThis is a view of the Key System-SN underpass in Emeryville (Oakland) under the UP (SP) mainline. This view is looking West towards the Bay Bridge and the former Key System yard.30 comments
SNRR420unknownloc6514 viewsSN 420 at unknown location in 1946. Courtesy of W.T. Larkins15 comments
sn6705723 viewsSN loco #670 ex TS favorite of motorman George Hademan taken at 40th and Shafter in Oakland. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection
Sacramento_Union_Station_Front5624 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.135 comments
cable34852 viewsThis location is at the east portal of the tunnel. If you go, while looking at where the tunnel portal was, you'll see a small hillside on the right. These were some mildly rusty guy wires attached to an eye bolt in the ground. If you look at the photo of29 comments
San_Francisco_Terminal_East_End4822 viewsThis is a view of the terminal facilities in San Francisco, looking West into the terminal. The SN arrived on Track 6, which was on the South side of the terminal. The train is preparing to depart out the West end of the terminal and back out onto the B4 comments
temescal4648 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 comments
snunk14569 viewsLocation unknown. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection12 comments
snunk24412 viewsLikely to be 40th and Shafter. Not positive. J.G. Graham Collection12 comments
Rockridge4355 viewsA Westbound interurban approaches the Rockridge grade crossing.18 comments
Trestle_abutment_over_Mountain_Blvd_Montclair4353 viewsThese are the remains of the trestle over Mountain Blvd. in the Montclair District of Oakland.1 comments
nn_584346 viewsCaption of this photo says "On the through Havens", but I'm almost positive this is the trestle over Mountain Blvd in the village of Montclair. 1948 Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller17 comments
nn_614328 viewsGreat shot of train approaching the west portal of the Oakland Hills tunnel. 1948 Photo courtesy of William T. Larkins22 comments
SNRR404oaklandyard4257 viewsSN 404 at the Oakland Key(?)Yard. Courtesy of W.T. Larkins1 comments
unk224185 viewsUnknown location. Rare(ish) color photo. J.G.Graham Collection Courtesy of the Oakland History Room8 comments
R_O_W_Temescal_Looking_West4168 viewsR.O.W. @ Temescal--Looking West.JPG4 comments
SN_652_over_Mountain_Blvd_color_19564168 viewsThis is a color photo of SN 652 passing over Mountain Blvd. in the Montclair District of Oakland, shortly before abandonment (1956). It was posted on the Yahoo! SN group site and has been pasted here.1 comments
nn_674138 viewsIn and around Montclair ROW. Roger's 1948 Nash on the left. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller18 comments
2004_0313_172008AA4046 viewsWest Pittsburg Wye, viewed from near Mallard. The track to the left went to Pittsburg. The track to the right was the mainline to Port Chicago.1 comments
RRcaratChabot4041 viewsJune 1941 photo of the GSTHS car at Chabot. Courtesy of W.T. Larkins9 comments
4018 viewsNovember 2009: Molina looking north - debris cleared, replacement ties & power poles not too far away. 1 comments
nn_804000 viewsOakland 40th and Shafter looking up Shafter Ave. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller5 comments
Meinert_Junction_for_Walwood_Branch3996 viewsThis junction is at Meinert, about halfway between Concord and Walnut Creek. The track leading to the left is the remains of the Walwood Branch, long abandoned by the time this picture was taken. Photo from the SN Online website.24 comments
Summit3987 viewsThis photo was taken near the West portal of the tunnel, at the summit, looking West.4 comments
Sacramento_Northern_North_6th_Street_Concord_0253979 viewsThis is the North 6th Street crossing in Concord, as it appeared in the early 1970's. By that time, very little traffic traveled on the line, and it was soon removed back to Clyde. BART now crosses under this same location.9 comments
sn10083938 viewsSN #1008 run #29 westbound entering subway on way to KS pier before bridge. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection
cable13927 viewsYet another cable. We decided to go down here with a metal detector trying to find any trace of the past. We actually climbed the hillside where the portal was almost to the top. It was quite difficult, but no trace of anything but bottles and cans. Metal9 comments
41stsanpablo3885 viewsSN locomotive at 41st and San Pablo next to the still standing former Bank of America building. J.G.Graham Collection Courtesy of the Oakland History Room15 comments
41st_and_Shafter3799 views41st and Shafter today1 comments
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