Bay Area Rails

Photo Gallery


Home Upload file Login
Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Home > Sacramento Northern

Last additions - Sacramento Northern
Mainline_Birds_Landing_facing_Rio_Vista_Junction.jpg
Mainline_Birds_Landing_facing_Rio_Vista_Junction2503 viewsA view of the Mainline at Birds Landing, looking East towards Garfield.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
DSCF0011.jpg
DSCF00111861 viewsThis is a current view of the North Sixth Street crossing location in Concord. The BART tracks follow the SN r.o.w. through here. The BART tracks cross under Sixth Street. This photo can be compared to the previous photo, taken at the same location neaMay 09, 2009
End_of_Track_near_Montezuma.jpg
End_of_Track_near_Montezuma1570 viewsThis is the end of track at Montezuma.May 09, 2009
DSCF0010.jpg
DSCF00101876 viewsThis is a view of what the Concord Station and yard area look like today. The station was located where Port Chicago Highway is (the street curving away from the center of the intersection). The substation was where the BART tracks are now. The yard, fMay 09, 2009
ks62.jpg
ks621983 viewsK-S yards. #62 up on blocks ready to be put down and back on track. Date unknown. J.G. Graham CollectionMay 09, 2009
Havens_Station_1955.jpg
Havens_Station_19553062 viewsA view of Havens Station, near the west portal of the tunnel.15 commentsMay 09, 2009
Havens_1955.jpg
Havens_19552368 viewsThis is another view of Havens, looking East towards the tunnel. The street on the right is Shepard Canyon Road (then called Park). The grade crossing in the background is Paso Robles.2 commentsMay 09, 2009
Garfield_Station_1940.jpg
Garfield_Station_19401597 viewsThis is a view of the Garfield flagstop, as it appeared in 1940. Photo is from the Western Railway Museum website.May 09, 2009
Grade_Xing_near_Kilgore.jpg
Grade_Xing_near_Kilgore3378 viewsThis is a grade crossing near the BART test track (possibly San Miguel Road?). While I can not tell the exact location, it would appear to be somewhere near Kilgore, which is where the BART test track was. Photo is from the SN Yahoo! group.6 commentsMay 09, 2009
DSCF0009.jpg
DSCF00091604 viewsAnother view of the station location in Pittsburg. The station was located where the fenced area is. This view is looking East accross Railroad Ave. This is approximately the same location as the previous photo.May 09, 2009
eastport1003.jpg
eastport100311888 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
eastporttunnel.jpg
eastporttunnel7665 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
DSCF0008.jpg
DSCF00081699 viewsThis is a current photo of the station site in Pittsburg. The intersection in the photo is Railroad Ave. and Eighth Streets. The station was located where the fenced area is on the other side of the street. This view is looking Southeast from Eighth StMay 09, 2009
DSCF0006.jpg
DSCF00061595 viewsAn opposite view of the same track, looking due West. On the other side of the hill, the track joins the UP (SP) mainline at Cannon. This track is now owned by the Western Railway Museum and is used to tranfer equipment to and from the museum.May 09, 2009
DSCF0005.jpg
DSCF00052332 viewsThis is the track that was built to connect the formerly isolated Vacaville-Susuin Branch with the rest of the SN System. It was taken near Cannon and the entrance to Travis Air Force Base, looking due East. This track is now owned by the Western Railwa1 commentsMay 09, 2009
DSCF0001.jpg
DSCF00011541 viewsThis embankment once led to the SN's trestle over the SP at Cannon. I was not able to tell if the tracks on the embankment were still intact. On the opposite side of the trestle are the remains of the Vacaville and Susuin Branches. This view is lookingMay 09, 2009
DSCF0004.jpg
DSCF00041440 viewsThis is an opposite view of the previous photo, looking Northeast.May 09, 2009
DSCF0002.jpg
DSCF00021516 viewsThis is the opposite side of the SN trestle at Cannon. The tracks lead to the Vacaville and Susuin Branches. This view is looking Southwest.May 09, 2009
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Oxford.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Oxford1387 viewsThis is the branchline to Oxford. The spur to the sugar factory at Clarksburg is on the left.May 09, 2009
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Sacramento.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Sacramento3021 viewsA view of the Babel Slough Rd. grade crossing, facing towards Riverview.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Clarksburg.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_Babel_Slough_Road_facing_Clarksburg2656 viewsA view of the Babel Slough Rd. grade crossing, facing towards Oxford.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Sacramento.jpg
Clarksburg_Branch_facing_Sacramento2484 viewsA view of the Clarksburg Branch heading back to Riverview. These tracks were used by the Yolo Shortline, but were abandoned when Sierra Railway took ownership. These tracks may soon be removed.6 commentsMay 09, 2009
Bridge_Abutment_Clyde_001.jpg
Bridge_Abutment_Clyde_0011982 viewsBridge Abutment @ Clyde.JPG2 commentsMay 09, 2009
d28.jpg
d282358 viewsThis is a photocopy of an image. This a great photo that shows the layout and location of the Havens station stop. Note the overgrown ROW in front of the station. You can also clearly see Shephard Canyon Rd on the right and Paso Robles as the train crosseMay 09, 2009
Clayton_Road_Xing.jpg
Clayton_Road_Xing2540 viewsThis is a view of the Clayton Road grade crossing, near the Concord depot. This photo was taken after abandonment of the Oakland to Walnut Creek portion. Photo is from the SN Yahoo! group.7 commentsMay 09, 2009
chipps1_w.jpg
chipps1_w2367 viewsThe SN dock at Chipps Island as it appeared in Summer 2002. Courtesy of John StashikMay 09, 2009
canyonrow3.jpg
canyonrow32231 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
Bridge_Abutment_Clyde.jpg
Bridge_Abutment_Clyde1675 viewsThese are the remains of a small trestle near Clyde.1 commentsMay 09, 2009
canyonrow4.jpg
canyonrow42032 viewsThis is a very quiet and scenic part of the ROW through the Canyon area. This shot was taken not far from the end of following Pinehurst near the point where it crossed over Canyon Rd. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/041 commentsMay 09, 2009
Chico_Station_with_Birney_60.jpg
Chico_Station_with_Birney_602513 viewsThis is a view of the Chico Depot, with Birney streetcar 60 in front. This is near the end of service. Photo by Kenneth C. Jenkins; Garth G. Groff collection1 commentsMay 09, 2009
2005_0501_190557AA.jpg
2005_0501_190557AA1633 viewsThis is another view of the Las Juntas crossing location. The actual location is obscurred with development, although I believe it was near where the BART tracks presently are. There is even a short street named Las Juntas.11 commentsMay 09, 2009
canyonrow2.jpg
canyonrow22299 viewsHere's a garden run by the Canyon school right on the ROW. This is behind the post office. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/04May 09, 2009
2005_0501_190057AA.jpg
2005_0501_190057AA1886 viewsThis is a view of the SP Avon-Radum r.o.w. as it is today. This view is looking South, not far from where the SP and the SN crossed each other.2 commentsMay 09, 2009
canyonrow1.jpg
canyonrow12096 viewsCanyon ROW about 1/2 mile north of post office. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/30/043 commentsMay 09, 2009
cable3.jpg
cable35133 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 commentsMay 09, 2009
cable2.jpg
cable23687 viewsAnother guy wire. This one had no rust on it whatsoever. This shot is on top of the little hillside looking right down at where the tracks would emerge from the tunnel. Photo Sam Lewit on 5/9/046 commentsMay 09, 2009
241 files on 7 page(s) 6