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sn2228 viewsSN wigwag near Lafayette, CA. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection2 comments01/13/09 at 02:23wolf: I believe this is at the corner of Reliez Station ...
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snunk52574 viewsBurton station. Located between Lafayette and St. Mary's. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection3 comments10/24/05 at 16:42Paul Kalff: ROW is now bike path between 3rd and 4th @ Moraga ...
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stmarys31936 viewsSt Mary's College in Moraga. General view of ROW. Judging from some photos of seen, I *think* the St Mary's station stop was right about in this area. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/041 comments06/07/04 at 23:03Guest: Hmmm the more photos I see (check out some of the ...
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nn22527 viewsAn outstanding shot of the SN going in front of St Mary's in Moraga. This almost looks like it was taken yesterday. It's almost impossible to see the tracks as they seem to blend into the road and lawn. Photo by William T Larkins from the Roger K. Heller5 comments03/28/08 at 22:54cuzzy: My mother and her friends would take the SN the SM...
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stmarys43370 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 comments05/29/08 at 21:40Haunt: Dave! Note distance of train to building in distan...
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stmarys43370 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 comments05/25/05 at 02:25dave: the tracks were a bit behind you in the color phot...
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snmoraga2323 viewsSN southbound special at Moraga Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection3 comments01/22/04 at 00:56Steve: This is St. Mary's station near Moraga
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snmoraga12534 viewsSN in Moraga. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection8 comments12/30/07 at 04:33Axel: Moraga doesn't have old houses as in this picture....
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snmoraga12534 viewsSN in Moraga. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection8 comments08/25/05 at 18:06Follower of the SN: Would you go for Sacramento? Note 600 volt NE car ...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments03/23/06 at 22:39Sam: Thanks Dave. I've been trying to find this spot my...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments03/23/06 at 13:15Dave: When bridge was removed (1969) hill was regraded a...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments06/09/04 at 01:34Don MacLeod: I think this one is heading East into Morega, towa...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments09/28/04 at 00:21Mike Travis: The narrow wooden bridge making a sharp S-turn ove...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments08/14/05 at 18:37mpar2: Have driven back and forth on Canyon Rd. many time...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments08/27/05 at 23:42Randall White: Train is westbound just west of valley vista. The ...
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nn_33776 viewsLeaving Moraga. Heading west. 1948. There is a mix-up on who took this photo. I'm working on resolving it, but at this point it looks like it's either Roger K. Heller or William T. Larkins.19 comments08/27/05 at 23:44Randall White: Also the hillside in the background is pretty much...
marker.jpg
marker2884 viewsFor so few remnants of the SN, I was excited to see this. I don't know what it was, but it looks like some kind of mileage marker or something. The top has a bevel so it appears that this was the correct height. The top is roughly 2 feet above the roadbed3 comments12/20/04 at 16:03Jon: Was that stump midway down the bike path between M...
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marker2884 viewsFor so few remnants of the SN, I was excited to see this. I don't know what it was, but it looks like some kind of mileage marker or something. The top has a bevel so it appears that this was the correct height. The top is roughly 2 feet above the roadbed3 comments12/20/04 at 20:28Sam: No, this was taken on the other side of the hill p...
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canyonrow12014 viewsCanyon ROW about 1/2 mile north of post office. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/043 comments11/16/06 at 16:08Fred M. Cain: I thought I had a good idea. Unfortunately, I foun...
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canyonrow12014 viewsCanyon ROW about 1/2 mile north of post office. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/043 comments11/16/06 at 13:26Sam: Well there's actually tons of it left in and aroun...
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canyonrow12014 viewsCanyon ROW about 1/2 mile north of post office. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/043 comments11/16/06 at 13:19Fred M Cain: How much of this right of way is left? Could any o...
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canyonrow32149 viewsCould this be where the wigwag signal was? This base is located right at the foot of the fake RR crossing sign on the ROW behind the post office. Almost completely covered in vines. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/042 comments06/03/04 at 23:54Guest: I too have photographed this item. As it turns out...
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canyonrow32149 viewsCould this be where the wigwag signal was? This base is located right at the foot of the fake RR crossing sign on the ROW behind the post office. Almost completely covered in vines. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/042 comments06/07/04 at 22:26Guest: Yes I just got that video and it's as plain as day...
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SN_Crossbuck_Canyon2742 viewsThis is a replica of a crossbuck that once stood at this location in Clyde. At the foot of the crossbuck is the base of a wig-wag signal which used to stand here.4 comments06/26/04 at 21:52jbrad1974: I knew this was Canyon. I was uploading about 60 p...
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SN_Crossbuck_Canyon2742 viewsThis is a replica of a crossbuck that once stood at this location in Clyde. At the foot of the crossbuck is the base of a wig-wag signal which used to stand here.4 comments06/25/04 at 16:49Guest: I don't think that Clyde is the proper location. I...
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SN_Crossbuck_Canyon2742 viewsThis is a replica of a crossbuck that once stood at this location in Clyde. At the foot of the crossbuck is the base of a wig-wag signal which used to stand here.4 comments06/25/04 at 18:26Guest: Yeah this is definitely Canyon behind the post off...
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00_272835 viewsTrain 27. Last revenue passenger train to run over the line. 7-12-41. First station built by local residents to replace flag stop. Note unique design compared to other SN structures. Photo courtesy of Vernon Sappers2 comments06/08/04 at 13:36Guest: Sorry... cut & paste error.
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00_272835 viewsTrain 27. Last revenue passenger train to run over the line. 7-12-41. First station built by local residents to replace flag stop. Note unique design compared to other SN structures. Photo courtesy of Vernon Sappers2 comments06/08/04 at 03:34Guest: This is not Havens station. This is a view of Sequ...
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eastport100311771 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 comments06/27/04 at 21:43Key Route Ken: This definitely WAS the LAST passenger train thru ...
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eastport100311771 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 comments09/06/04 at 23:23Daniel Levy: It looks like a fan trip because the BAERA had the...
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eastporttunnel7487 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 comments01/13/09 at 00:41Wolf: My buddy and I went down there from the Moraga Sid...
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eastporttunnel7487 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 comments06/21/08 at 12:02Sam: Hey yeah that's it exactly! You can see the small ...
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eastporttunnel7487 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 comments06/21/08 at 00:42Chuck: Go to google maps at this link and select the "Str...
eastporttunnel.jpg
eastporttunnel7487 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 comments03/29/08 at 02:24: When the cave in occurred it just opened up 10 to ...
eastporttunnel.jpg
eastporttunnel7487 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 comments03/20/08 at 20:50Sam: Actually there are a few NOW photos of the area I ...
eastporttunnel.jpg
eastporttunnel7487 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 comments03/20/08 at 17:07Tom Motter: I visited this site in October, 2007. It is all bu...
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