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Oakland_16th_Street.jpg
Oakland_16th_Street3007 views16th Street Station as of 8/2/2003. Elevated structures are still in place, but the tracks have long since been removed.3 comments05/09/04 at 22:24Guest: Not only have the tracks been removed from the ele...
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10_G2502 viewsLarger view of south wall. Mens room door on right, ladies on left. Platform is to right, parking lot to the left. Photo by Evan5 comments05/11/06 at 00:05Dave Dedman: Gorgeous building. It's so sad to see it like this...
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6_G2209 viewsPainting on south side wall, close up. Must be bolted to wall. otherwise it would be gone. Photo by Evan4 comments11/22/04 at 02:26Vic Neves: An original of Donner Lake destroyed forever.
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Interior032205 viewsOakland 16th St Station 10/21/04 Photo by Stash4 comments05/23/05 at 12:42Richard. Cazares: The train station is gorgeous, there could be alot...
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Interior032205 viewsOakland 16th St Station 10/21/04 Photo by Stash4 comments05/23/05 at 12:52Guest: The train station is gorgeous, there could be alot...
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23_G3768 viewsSecond shot. Old SP cars in WRM boneyard Photo by Evan12 comments07/02/08 at 23:55Haunt: Three out of four of these bodies are now on wheel...
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23_G3768 viewsSecond shot. Old SP cars in WRM boneyard Photo by Evan12 comments01/04/05 at 20:27Roger Colton: Why that's the famous green with envy Red car at B...
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sppano3425 viewsI took three of Evan's photos and crudely turned them into a panoramic of the front of the SP 16th Street station.[Sam] Photo by Evan2 comments03/27/08 at 17:18JOSH: I NEED THIS LAND?
ferry_point_Apr60.jpg
ferry_point_Apr603822 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point in Richmond. April 1960 Courtesy of John Stashik5 comments08/20/07 at 01:22Bill Mc: My grand dad Vern mason was train master here duri...
w_FerryPt_Jan03.jpg
w_FerryPt_Jan034920 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point Richmond as it is today (Jan 2003). At one time the fleet of Santa Fe tugs and car barges shuttled between Ferry Point (Richmond) and: China Basin (SF); Pier 41 (SF); Alice Street (Oakland); Alameda and Tiburon. Co8 comments05/27/08 at 10:53Sam: Yeah the link doesn't work, but if you look in the...
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w_FerryPt_Jan034920 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point Richmond as it is today (Jan 2003). At one time the fleet of Santa Fe tugs and car barges shuttled between Ferry Point (Richmond) and: China Basin (SF); Pier 41 (SF); Alice Street (Oakland); Alameda and Tiburon. Co8 comments05/27/08 at 04:26lightsped500: The link to the Barge Terminal in SF would not wor...
w_FerryPt_Jan03.jpg
w_FerryPt_Jan034920 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point Richmond as it is today (Jan 2003). At one time the fleet of Santa Fe tugs and car barges shuttled between Ferry Point (Richmond) and: China Basin (SF); Pier 41 (SF); Alice Street (Oakland); Alameda and Tiburon. Co8 comments05/17/07 at 21:24Jaime Guerrero: regarding photo w_FerryPt_Jan03, there is an ident...
Hermosa.jpg
Hermosa2074 viewsUnited Railroads of SF "Hermosa". Date/location unknown. Courtesy of John Stashik2 comments10/31/04 at 18:16Dennis Evanosky: According to Alvin Fickewirth in "California ...
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Hermosa2074 viewsUnited Railroads of SF "Hermosa". Date/location unknown. Courtesy of John Stashik2 comments04/26/05 at 01:55Guest: this car was built in 1896 as a single truck car, ...
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OTR2621 viewsOakland Terminal Railway power in February 2001. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments02/10/09 at 01:27stash: Eng. 97 is in use every work day as the only motiv...
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OTR2621 viewsOakland Terminal Railway power in February 2001. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments01/08/09 at 16:05docketrocket: I think the engine on the left is still sitting in...
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OTR2621 viewsOakland Terminal Railway power in February 2001. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments06/02/08 at 11:19chickie: I used to take the train over the bay bridge when ...
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OTR2621 viewsOakland Terminal Railway power in February 2001. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments04/25/05 at 02:42Guest: loco 5623 is a sd9 owned by the pacific locomotive...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments04/01/08 at 21:34Sam: Yes I've seen that happen with my own 2 eyes. I wo...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments04/01/08 at 20:37cuzzy: As an SP/UP Engineer I had the opportunity to work...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments02/06/05 at 17:38Anthony A-train Flores: This is a cool photo! Hopper cars were rare at LSI...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments05/03/04 at 00:45anonymous: Thanks for posting this picture and description. I...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments10/31/03 at 07:10Guest: As a young teen-ager in the early 1960's, I used t...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments05/03/04 at 12:19Guest: I'd say about 50% of this line has already been ri...
LSI.jpg
LSI2599 viewsAt 65th St. in Emeryville, this is the look of the former Red Train route just a few years ago. The cars are spotted at the LSI plant. A hopper car is rare here, usually just corn syrup tanks. Although most of the tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/7 comments05/07/04 at 01:13Guest: Thanks for the great photos, I worked this industr...
LSI_lead.jpg
LSI_lead2629 viewsLong ago this was the Ninth Street Red Train route. Up until a few years ago this was the lead to LSI in Emeryville. Scene looking east from Powell St. These tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/02). LSI is now gone. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments01/21/09 at 22:33: I lived on Doyle Street from 1953 through 1967. Th...
LSI_lead.jpg
LSI_lead2629 viewsLong ago this was the Ninth Street Red Train route. Up until a few years ago this was the lead to LSI in Emeryville. Scene looking east from Powell St. These tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/02). LSI is now gone. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments10/22/03 at 02:11Guest: This line is quickly disappearing as Emeryville pu...
LSI_lead.jpg
LSI_lead2629 viewsLong ago this was the Ninth Street Red Train route. Up until a few years ago this was the lead to LSI in Emeryville. Scene looking east from Powell St. These tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/02). LSI is now gone. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments12/09/02 at 14:30Guest: I used to work a block away from here when LSI was...
LSI_lead.jpg
LSI_lead2629 viewsLong ago this was the Ninth Street Red Train route. Up until a few years ago this was the lead to LSI in Emeryville. Scene looking east from Powell St. These tracks still exist as of this date (12/7/02). LSI is now gone. Courtesy of John Stashik7 comments02/06/05 at 17:33Anthony A-train Flores: I used to have a summer job at LSI when I was in h...
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5_7_492642 viewsOakland Tribune May 7th, 1949 Describing first transcontinental train into Oakland.3 comments01/08/03 at 14:14SteveD: Super info on first transcon trains to Bay Area. R...
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5_7_492642 viewsOakland Tribune May 7th, 1949 Describing first transcontinental train into Oakland.3 comments05/04/05 at 16:31Neil Honeycutt: Col. John Scott mentioned as the "marshal of ...
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5_7_492642 viewsOakland Tribune May 7th, 1949 Describing first transcontinental train into Oakland.3 comments02/21/03 at 00:00Sam: Yes you're right. I'll see if the original (scan) ...
tunnelrd.jpg
tunnelrd11455 viewsNot quite rail related, but still interesting. The old Oakland hills auto tunnel before the Caldecott's were built.84 comments08/15/08 at 14:23Sam: Just checked out a topo on this area and it looks ...
tunnelrd.jpg
tunnelrd11455 viewsNot quite rail related, but still interesting. The old Oakland hills auto tunnel before the Caldecott's were built.84 comments02/13/03 at 21:43Guest: Geocachers: The spot is the location of the old tu...
tunnelrd.jpg
tunnelrd11455 viewsNot quite rail related, but still interesting. The old Oakland hills auto tunnel before the Caldecott's were built.84 comments03/15/05 at 15:03Carlos: The tunnel is intact, more or less, but blocked at...
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tunnelrd11455 viewsNot quite rail related, but still interesting. The old Oakland hills auto tunnel before the Caldecott's were built.84 comments05/09/04 at 23:33Guest: My Grandfather and one of his brothers were two of...
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