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Rockridge5300 viewsA Westbound interurban approaches the Rockridge grade crossing.18 commentsMay 09, 2009
pacrailnews3_4_72e.jpg
pacrailnews3_4_72e2170 viewsDrifting westbound between Rockridge and Temescal. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History CenterMay 09, 2009
Pittsburg_1955.jpg
Pittsburg_19551866 viewsA view of Pittsburg in 1955. The station was located at the corner of Railroad and 8th Streets, just behind the train.May 09, 2009
portablesub.jpg
portablesub3215 viewsSN portable sub-station near Marysville. Date unknown. J.G. Graham Collection4 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72c3479 viewsSN 604 heading west down Shafter Ave. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History Center1 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72h2789 viewsA train heading eastbound through Shepherd Canyon near Havens and the tunnel. Pacific Rail News issue dated March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History Center2 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72g2228 viewsWestbound train on a siding at Burton in Lafayette. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History Center1 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72d3192 viewsGreat shot of Thornhill overpass at Moraga Rd in Oakland. I go by this spot almost every day. The trestle and concrete piers are gone, but you can still see the grade on the right side. The grade on the left has been leveled and is now the onramp for Hwy7 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72b3918 viewsSN #442 at 40th and Shafter shops. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History Center1 commentsMay 09, 2009
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pacrailnews3_4_72a2055 viewsWestbound #604 near Havens. Pacific Rail News March 4th 1972 from the collection at the Moraga History CenterMay 09, 2009
oakpress6_82.jpg
oakpress6_823884 viewsOakland Press - June 1982 Nothing much has changed in this picture over the past 50 years.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
North_Sacramento.jpg
North_Sacramento1572 viewsThis is a view of the North Sacramento flag stop. The semaphore signal was used by passengers to flag trains.May 09, 2009
nn_68.jpg
nn_683455 viewsPhoto caption says Temescal cut, but I'm not so sure that's right. I can't picture where this is. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller14 commentsMay 09, 2009
nn_93.jpg
nn_934072 viewsBroadway and Shafter at Anthony Wayne Chabot Grammer School. 1948 Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller33 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_805219 viewsOakland 40th and Shafter looking up Shafter Ave. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller5 commentsMay 09, 2009
nn_70.jpg
nn_703299 viewsLake Temescal cut. I believe we're looking north. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller16 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_674576 viewsIn and around Montclair ROW. Roger's 1948 Nash on the left. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller18 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_653561 viewsPhoto caption says "Montclair", but this looks like Chabot Rd overpass. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller2 commentsMay 09, 2009
MP_52_Sign_Molena_facing_Montezuma.jpg
MP_52_Sign_Molena_facing_Montezuma2449 viewsI'm not sure if this is original or not, but this is the marker for Milepost 52 near Molena.10 commentsMay 09, 2009
Molena_facing_Rio_Vista_Junction.jpg
Molena_facing_Rio_Vista_Junction2170 viewsA view of the tracks at Molena, looking towards Garfield. These tracks are now owned by the Western Railway Museum.7 commentsMay 09, 2009
Molena_facing_Montezuma.jpg
Molena_facing_Montezuma2424 viewsA view of the tracks at Molena, looking towards Montezuma (Dutton).4 commentsMay 09, 2009
nn_61.jpg
nn_616427 viewsGreat shot of train approaching the west portal of the Oakland Hills tunnel. 1948 Photo courtesy of William T. Larkins22 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_585191 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_572246 viewsSheperd Canyon. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller1 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_273194 viewsGreat (aerial?) photo of ferry Ramon at the landing in the straits. 1948. Photo courtesy of Roger K. Heller8 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn_33870 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Mainline_R_O_W_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North.jpg
Mainline_R_O_W_Vacaville_Junction_facing_North2880 viewsThis is a view of the r.o.w. for the mainline at Dozier (Vacaville Junction).3 commentsMay 09, 2009
Mallard_ferry_landing_approach_track_Looking_Northeast.jpg
Mallard_ferry_landing_approach_track_Looking_Northeast3294 viewsThis is the approach track to the ferry slip at Mallard. Because the ferry slip burned, the tracks do not continue much further than this point.7 commentsMay 09, 2009
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nn22640 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Meinert_Facing_Walwood.jpg
Meinert_Facing_Walwood1620 viewsAnother view of the wye at Meinert, this time facing East towards Walwood. This used to be the Walwood Branch, which was abandoned in the 1920's.May 09, 2009
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Meinert_Junction_for_Walwood_Branch4316 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
marker.jpg
marker2968 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Meinert.jpg
Meinert2556 viewsThis is a view of the wye at Meinert, near Concord. The train is crossing Meinert Road. The wye used to lead to the Walwood Branch, which was abandoned in the 1920's.24 commentsMay 09, 2009
Garfield_Flag_Stop.jpg
Garfield_Flag_Stop1708 viewsA view of the Garfield flag stop.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Mainline_Birds_Landing_facing_Molena.jpg
Mainline_Birds_Landing_facing_Molena2114 viewsA view of the mainline at Birds Landing, looking West towards Molena.May 09, 2009
Mallard_Ferry_Slip.jpg
Mallard_Ferry_Slip2041 viewsA view of the Mallard ferry slip, as seen from the deck of the Ramon. Photo by Kenneth C. Jenkins; Garth G. Groff collection1 commentsMay 09, 2009
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