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sn2106860 viewsSN #210 in Chico yards. Date unknown. J.G. Graham CollectionMay 09, 2009
sn109colusa1583 viewsSN 109 at Colusa Jct. 1937 J.G. Graham CollectionMay 09, 2009
sn4405890 viewsSN motor #440 used in SN OT transfer westbound at San Pablo Ave. Date unknown. J.G. Graham CollectionMay 09, 2009
sn2335 viewsSN wigwag near Lafayette, CA. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection2 commentsMay 09, 2009
sn40bleak2712 viewsKind of a bleak photo at 40th and Shafter near the "end" of SN service. Approximately 1955.May 09, 2009
San_Francisco_Terminal_East_End5201 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_West_Pittsburg_Baypoint_Looking_West2463 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. in West Pittsburg, looking West. Notice the track is still in place!3 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Union_Station_Front5912 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_with_SN_221_19382780 viewsSN 221 crosses the Tower Bridge in Sacramento in 1938. I believe it is bound for Woodland.2 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Reliez_Looking_West2099 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. at Reliez, looking West toward Burton.May 09, 2009
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1999_Westbound2705 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 RailroaMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_1935_Westbound3342 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Montezuma_facing_Molena1490 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. at Montezuma, looking East towards Molena.May 09, 2009
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_19991786 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 atMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_Ohmer_Flagstop_0162891 viewsThis is the Ohmer flagstop, located near the present North Concord BART station. This point is roughly half-way between Concord and Clyde.17 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Tower_Bridge_19352671 viewsThis is the West end of the Tower Bridge in Sacramento, as it appeared for its grand opening in 1935.3 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_North_6th_Street_Concord_0254335 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_Las_Juntas_Crossing_0222847 viewsThis shelter was located at Las Juntas, where the SN crossed the SP Avon-Radum line. From what I understand, lots of freight was interchanged here, but not passengers. The SP Avon-Radum line was removed in 1978.4 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Pittsburg_Looking_West3811 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. in Pittsburg, looking West towards West Pittsburg. The track was where the sidewalk is now.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_Concord_Station_2_0213014 viewsThis is a view of the station platform at Concord.May 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_Burton_Flagstop_0242238 viewsThis is the Burton flagstop, which was located between Moraga and Lafayette.May 09, 2009
Sacramento_Northern_Concord_Station_0212495 viewsThis is the Concord station in later years. This view is looking North (railroad East).May 09, 2009
Sacramento_M_St_Bridge_19112137 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Temescal_Looking_West4419 viewsR.O.W. @ Temescal--Looking West.JPG4 commentsMay 09, 2009
Sacramento_Capitol_Ave_Xing2538 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Clyde_Looking_South1702 viewsR.O.W. @ Clyde--Looking South.JPGMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Clyde_Looking_South_towards_Ohmer_Hill2510 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. near Clyde, looking railroad West (South) towards Ohmer Hill.May 09, 2009
R_O_W_Canyon_Looking_East2057 viewsThis is a view of the former r.o.w. in Canyon, looking East towards Sequoia.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
R_O_W_Montezuma_facing_Chips1541 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. at Montezuma, looking West towards Chips.May 09, 2009
R_O_W_Canyon_Looking_West2582 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. in Canyon, looking West towards Pinehurst.May 09, 2009
3543 views2 commentsMay 09, 2009
pacrailnews3_4_72f2786 viewsRebuilt 605, originally OA&E's 105 comes down the middle of Shafter Ave east of College Ave. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History CenterMay 09, 2009
RRcaratChabot4402 viewsJune 1941 photo of the GSTHS car at Chabot. Courtesy of W.T. Larkins9 commentsMay 09, 2009
rockspur3608 viewsSN view looking east into Rockridge in Berkeley Hills. SN ran many picnic trains into this siding as there was a creek and picnic facilities. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection9 commentsMay 09, 2009
rowcrossover2403 viewsThis is the ROW looking across Canyon Rd where it crossed over. Just a few feet to the right on Canyon Rd is where it connects at Pinehurst. The ROW on the other side of the road is protected by barbed wire fencing proclaiming it as a "No TrespassingMay 09, 2009
Rio_Vista_Junction_19401893 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
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