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:316a--NEG Pacific Coast Railroad Combined Car No. 106.

 

:317 [Combined car No. 106. Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:318 [Train cars. Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:319 San Luis Obispo, Cal. Sep. 1933. [U.S. Mail car. Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:320 San Luis Obispo, Cal. Sep. 1933. [Freight car. Pacific Coast Railroad.]

 

:321 San Luis Obispo. [Engine No. 106. Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:322 [San Luis Obispo. Engine No. 106. Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:323 [Engine No. 106. San Luis Obispo? Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:324 San Luis Obispo. 10/10/39? [Engine No. 106. Pacific Coast Railway. 1939?]

 

:325 Port San Luis. 10/10/39? [Men on engine. Pacific Coast Railway. 1939?]

 

:325a Pacific Coast Railway No. 106. From October 10, 1939. San Luis Obispo.

 

:326 San Luis Obispo. 1888. [Pacific Coast Railway.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:327 Engs. 105-106-110-111. San Luis Obispo. [Car house. Pacific Coast Railway.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:328 Port San Luis -- Cal.

 

:329 John Harford's Horse Railroad tunnel uncovered by bulldozers near Avila 6-6-1963. Old P.C. [i.e. Pacific Coast Ry.] right-of-way below on right. [From collection of G. Best.] [Postcard.]

 

:330 Avila and Port San Luis. [Pacific Coast Railway.] [Postcard.]

 

:331 San Luis Obispo. 1933. [Pacific Coast Railway.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:332 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway] 110 shoving coach 101 into coach 103. Portuguese Flats, near S.L.O. [i.e. San Luis Obispo]. 5-15-1935. "Diamond Jim Brady." Universal picture. [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:333 Pacific Coast 106 scrapped at Los Alamos, Cal. Dec. 1931.

 

:334 Arroyo Grandie [i.e. Arroyo Grande]. 1936. [Pacific Coast Railway.] [From collection of G. Best.] [Postcard.]

 

:335 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway] 3 at Nipomo sta. 1894. [Postcard.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:336 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway] looking south at Santa Maria. 10-11-36. [1936.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:337 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway looking south at Santa Maria. 10-11-36. [1936.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:338 Santa Maria. [Freight Depot. Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:339 Santa Maria. [Freight Depot. Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:340 First Street Car, in Santa Maria, Cal.

 

:341 [Electric cars. Santa Maria. Pacific Coast Railway.]

 

:342 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway], Orcutt. 10-11-1936. [Postcard.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:343 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway]. Los Alamos. 10-11-36. [1936.] [Postcard.] [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:343a--NEG Pacific Coast Railway Company No. 111.

 

:344 P.C. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway] 107 at Los Olivos. 1910. [From collection of G. Best.]

 

:345 Pac. Coast Ry. [i.e. Pacific Coast Railway]. Santa Maria. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:345a--NEG Pacific Coast Railway car No. 106.

 

:346 Port Harford, the Shipping Point for San Luis Obispo and Vicinity. John Harford's Horse Railroad. [Reproduction of illustration by T.J. Pettit. From Resources of California, May, 1881.]

 

:347 Pajaro Valley R.R. Spreckles, Cal. [Engine No. 1.] [Duplicate of 51:350]

 

:348 Pajaro Valley 1. B.L.W. [i.e. Baldwin Locomotive Works] No. 10947. 6/1890. 3' Ga. [Postcard.]

 

:349 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 5?]

 

:350 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Spreckles, California. Engine No. 1. Duplicate of 51:347.]

 

:351 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:352 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 3.]

 

:353 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:354 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:355 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 6.]

 

:356 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:357 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:358 Pajaro Val. [i.e. Pajaro Valley] R.R. -- Cal. Nar. G. Engs. 2-10 inc. Sep. 23, 1930. [Photograph by L. Slevin.] [Duplicate of 51:380.]

 

:359 [Pajaro Valley Railroad. Engine No. 8.]

 

:360 [Pajaro Valley Railroad. Engine No. 9.]

 

:361 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 9.]

 

:362 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Engine No. 10.]

 

:363 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. No. 10.

 

:364 Pajaro Valley R.R. No. 8.

 

:364a--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. No. 11. Junked.

 

:364b--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. No. 16. Junked boiler. November 1934. Photograph by Slevin.

 

:365 [Freight yard. Pajaro Valley Railroad.]

 

:366 [Buena Vista depot sign. Pajaro Valley Railroad.] [Copyright 1930 by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:367 Moss Ldg. [i.e. Moss Landing], Cal. Pajaro Val. [i.e. Pajaro Valley] R.R. Eng. 7. Nov. 4, 1919.

 

:368 Trainload of wheat awaiting boat, Moss Landing, California.

 

:368a--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car.

 

:368b--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car.

 

:368c--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car.

 

:368d--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car.

 

:368e--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car.

 

:368f--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Passenger car interior.

 

:368g--NEG Pajaro Valley Railroad. Best car.

 

:369 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Freight cars.]

 

:370 P.V.R.R. [i.e. Pajaro Valley Railroad]. [Freight cars.]

 

:371 [Engine No. 1 and cars. Salinas Railway Company. Duplicate of 51:372.]

 

:372 [Engine No. 1 and cars. Salinas Railway Company. Duplicate of 51:371.]

 

:373 [Passenger cars. Pajaro Valley Railroad Company?]

 

:374 Pajaro Valley Railroad Co. Salinas, Calif. 1920.

 

:375 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:376 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:377 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:378 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 10.]

 

:379 Pajaro Valley R.R. [Engine No. 10.]

 

:380 Pajaro Val. [i.e. Pajaro Valley] R.R. -- Cal. Nar. G. Engs. 2-10 inc. Sep. 23, 1930. [Photograph by L. Slevin.] [Duplicate of 51:358.]

 

:381 Pajaro Valley connecting ...[illegible].

 

:382 P.P.I.E. [i.e. Panama Pacific International Exposition]. 1915. [Miniature engine. San Francisco.]

 

:383 [Miniature train engine. Panama Pacific International Exposition. San Francisco, 1915.]

 

:384 P.P.I.E. [i.e. Panama Pacific International Exposition]. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1915. [Miniature train engine.]

 

:385 P.P.I.E. [i.e. Panama Pacific International Exposition]. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1915. [Miniature train engine.]

 

:386 P.P.I.E. [i.e. Panama Pacific International Exposition]. 1915. [Miniature train. San Francisco.]

 

:387 Pacific Coast S.S. Co. San Diego. [Engine.]

 

:388 Pacific Coast Steamship Co. No. 2.

 

:388a [Pacific Lumber Company. No. 9.] [Lacking.]

 

:389 The Pacific Lumber Co. No. 21.

 

:390 The Pacific Lumber Co. No. 23. Scotia, Cal.

 

:391 The Pacific Lumber Co. [Engine No. 25.]

 

:392 The Pacific Lumber Co. No. 24.

 

:393 The Pacific Lumber Co. No. 22.

 

:394 The Pacific Lumber Co. Scotia, Cali. No. 23.

 

:395 [The Pacific Lumber Company. Engine No. 34.]

 

:396 T.P.L. Co. [i.e. The Pacific Lumber Company] No. 30 at Scotia, Calif. July 8, 1955. [Photograph by Carl Christensen.]

 

:397 At Alton. [The Pacific Lumber Company. No. 35.]

 

:398 Scotia, Calif. [The Pacific Lumber Company. Engine No. 29.]

 

:399 Pacific Lumber Co. logger No. 29.]

 

:400 Freshwater. [The Pacific Lumber Company.]

 

:401 [Engine No. 35. The Pacific Lumber Company.]

 

:402 The Pacific Lumber Co. No. 38 [i.e. 35] nr. Bucksport, on N.W.P [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] tracks. Jan. 1937.

 

:403 Pacific Lumber Co.. No. 34. Near Freshwater.

 

:404 Pacific Lumber Co. No. 29. May 1954.

 

:405 Pacific Lumber Co. logger at Alton. May 1954.

 

:406 T.P.L. Co. The Pacific Lumber Company. Scotia, Cali. [Engine house.]

 

:407 Heisler Locomotive. Pickering Lumber Corp. Taken at Standard, Calif.

 

:408 Heisler Locomotive. Pickering Lumber Corp. Taken at Standard, Calif.

 

:409 Shay Locomotive. Pickering Lumber Corp. Taken at Standard, Calif.

 

:410 [Engine No. 7. Pickering Lumber Corporation.]

 

:411 Point Arena. [Engine. Pickering Lumber Company?]

 

:412 Point Arena. [Railroad Crossing sign. Pickering Lumber Company?]

 

:413 Placerville & Lake Tahoe Ry. at Camino. [No. 118E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:414 Train load of Lumber, Overland Shipments. El Dorado Lumber Co., Camino, Cal. [No. 114E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:415 Train Load of Lumber, Overland Shipments. El Dorado Lumber Co., Camino, Cal. [No. 115E. Photograph by Turrill and Miller.]

 

:416 Loaded Cars at Cutup Factory, El Dorado Lumber Co., Camino, Cal. [No. 116E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:417 Terminus, P. & L.T. Ry. [i.e. Placerville and Lake Tahoe Railway], Camino, Cal. [No. 150E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:418 Unloading logs from train, El Dorado Lumber Co. Pino Grande, El Dorado Co., Cal. [No. 179E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:419 Lumber Train, El Dorado Lumber Co. [No. 83E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:420 Logging Train, El Dorado Lumber Co. [No. 61E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:421 Locomotive No. 8, El Dorado Lumber Co. [No. 195E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:422 Locomotive No. 8, El Dorado Lumber Co. [No. 194E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:423 Locomotive No. 8, El Dorado Lumber Co. [No. 196E. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:423a--NEG Pacific Electric Company. Los Angeles. Huntington Beach Station.

 

:424 Mount Lowe. [Pacific Electric car No. 56.]

 

:425 L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles]. [Pacific Electric street car No. 1363.]

 

:426 Pasadena. [Pacific Electric street car No. 1111.]

 

:427 [Pacific Electric freight car No. 2567.]

 

:428 Ex Park & Ocean R.R. -- S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. [Pacific Electric street car No. 1401.]

 

:429 [Pacific Electric baggage express and passenger car No. 607.]

 

:430 Ex North Shore Ry. "Electra". [Pacific Electric car No. 1544.]

 

:430a--NEG Pacific Electric Railroad. Los Angeles. Car 400.

 

:431 [Pacific Electric car No. 1590.]

 

:432 [Pacific Electric car No. 1592.]

 

:433 [Pacific Electric car No. 1599.]

 

:434 Formerly North Shore Ry. Electra. Built at Sausalito, Cal., 1903. [Pacific Electric car No. 1544.]

 

:435 [Pacific Electric car No. 1602.]

 

:436 [Pacific Electric car No. 1622.]

 

:437 [Pacific Electric car No. 1622.]

 

:438 [Pacific Electric car No. 1624.]

 

:439 Peninsula Ry. [Electric car.]

 

:440 Peninsula Ry. [Trestle.]

 

:441 Peninsula Ry. [Trestle.]

 

:442 Los Gatos. [Electric car line.]

 

:442a--NEG Peninsula Railroad. Saratoga Station.

 

:443 [Saratoga station. Peninsula Railway.]

 

:444 Peninsula Ry. [Car No. 2. San Jose-Los Gatos Interurban Railroad Company.]

 

:444a--NEG Peninsula Railroad. Los Altos station.

 

:444b--NEG Peninsula Railroad. Map of lines.

 

:445 Quincy, Calif. [Engine No. 1. Quincy Western Railway.]

 

:446 Quincy, Calif. [Engine No. 2. Quincy Railroad.]

 

:447 [Engine No. 3. Quincy Railroad.]

 

:448 ["San Juan Pacific Railway. Description of Property." Reproduction of text from unidentified print source.]

 

:449 Excursion Train on Opening Day. [San Juan Pacific Railway.]

 

:450 Locomotive and Combination Coach. [San Juan Pacific Railway.]

 

:451 Freight Train at San Juan Junction. [San Juan Pacific Railway.]

 

:452 [Engine No. 3. Sierra Railroad. Duplicate of 51:454.]

 

:453 Jamestown. [Sierra Railroad.]

 

:454 [Engine No. 3. Sierra Railroad. Duplicate of 51:452.]

 

:455  [Skipped.]

 

:456 [Roger Locomotive & M. Works. Name plate on engine. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:457 Old U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] 10 wheeler used when railroading was adventure. Fake stock & No. For a movie to represent U.P.

 

:458 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad]. Oakdale branch and Sierra Railway. [Reproduction of route map.]

 

:459 Angel's Camp. [Engine No. 9. Sierra Railway.]

 

:460 [Engine No. 9. Sierra Railway.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:461 [Engine No. 10. Sierra Railway.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:462 [Engine No. 12. Sierra Railway.]

 

:463 Sierra Ry. No. 11. On Hetch Hetchy Railroad. Ted Wurm.

 

:464 Sierra Ry. No. 10. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:465 Sierra Ry. No. 11. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:465a--NEG Sierra Railroad No. 3. Rear of cab.

 

:465b--NEG Sierra Railroad No. 12.

 

:465c--NEG Sierra Locomotive No. 3. Wreck(?).

 

:466 [Engine No. 18. Sierra Railway.]

 

:467 18, Sierra Ry. Baldwin [builder], 1906. No data. 2-8-0.

 

:468 Jamestown. [Engine No. 18. Sierra Railway.]

 

:469 Jamestown. [Engine No. 18. Sierra Railway.]

 

:470 Sierra Railway No. 18, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1906. Photo taken at Jamestown, Calif., in 1934 by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:471 Sierra Railway No. 22, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1920. At Jamestown, Calif. roundhouse in 1934. Photo by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:472 Sierra Railway No. 28, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1922. With freight train at Oakdale, Calif. in 1934. Photo by D.L. Joslyn.

 

:473 Sierra Railway No. 30, 2-6-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1922. Engine taken at Jamestown, Calif., by D.L. Joslyn in 1934.

 

:474 17 Car Passenger Train. [Engines No. 24, 36, and 28. Sierra Railway.]

 

:475 [Engine No. 24. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:476 Jamestown. [Engine No. 24. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:477 [Engine No. 28. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:478 Jamestown. [Engine No. 28. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:479 [Engine No. 28. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:479a--NEG Sierra Railroad. Sonoma Station.

 

:479b--NEG Sierra Locomotive No. 28.

 

:479c--NEG Sierra Locomotive No. 32.

 

:480 Angel's Camp Branch. [Engine No. 32. Sierra Railway.]

 

:481 Angel's Camp Branch. [Engine No. 30, Sierra Railway.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:482 Jamestown. [Engine No. 34. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:483 Jamestown. [Engine No. 34. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:484 Sierra Railway No. 32, 2-6-2, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. in 1923. Photo taken at Jamestown, Calif., by D.L. Joslyn in 1934.

 

:485 Sierra Railway No. 36, 2-8-2, built by American Loco. Co. in 1930. This engine was not used as the road went into retrenchment after 1930. Photo by D.L. Joslyn in 1934 at Jamestown, Calif.

 

:486 [Engine No. 8. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:487 [Engine No. 34. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:488 [Engine No. 36. Sierra Railway.]

 

:489 [Engine No. 2. Sierra Railway.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:490 [Engine No. 38. Sierra Railway.]

 

:491 [Engine No. 38. Sierra Railway.]

 

:492 Sonora, Calif. [Station. Sierra Railway.]

 

:493 Plant of the Standard Lumber Co., Sonora. [Sierra Railway.]

 

:494 Angels' Camp. [Station? Sierra Railway.]

 

:495 The Baldwin Locomotive Works. Consolidation Type Locomotive for the Sierra Railway Company of California. [Engine No. 20.]

 

:496 Sierra Railroad No. 20. Baldwin No. 43394-2-8-0, [built] December, 1910. Jamestown, August 22, 1937. [Photograph by H.F. Clouette, Jr.]

 

:497 Sierra Railroad No. 30. Baldwin No. 55412-2-6-2, [built] May, 1922. Jamestown, August 22, 1937. [Photograph by H.F. Clouette, Jr.]

 

:498 Sierra Railroad No. 32. Baldwin No. 57018-2-6-2, [built] September, 1923. Jamestown, August 22, 1937. [Photograph by H.F. Clouette, Jr.]

 

:499 Sierra Railroad No. 36. American No. 68278-2-8-2, [built] January, 1930. Jamestown, August 22, 1937. 50" 21/28 1695. [Photograph by H.F. Clouette, Jr.]

 

:500 Sierra Railway of California No. 36. Taken at Jamestown, California. August 22, 1937. Built by Alco, January, 1930. 50" drivers. 21x28 cylinders. Photo by R. Searle.

 

:501 Sierra Rwy., Depot, Sonora, California. [Postcard.]

 

:502 [Car No. 5. Sierra Railway.]

 

:503 Jamestown. [Engine No. 3. Sierra Railway.]

 

:504 Jamestown. [Roundhouse. Sierra Railway.]

 

:505 Jamestown. [Cars in train yard.]

 

:506 Jamestown. [Roundhouse.]

 

:507 Jamestown. [October 23, 1949. Engine No. 3 and train. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:508 Jamestown. [October 23, 1949. Train. Sierra Railroad.]

 

:509 Angel's Camp. [Train yard. Sierra Railway.]

 

:510 Angel's Camp. [Train yard. Sierra Railway.]

 

:511 S.R.R. [i.e. Sierra Railroad]. Car No. 6.

 

:512 Jamestown. [Train yard. Sierra Railway.]

 

:513 Jamestown. [Train yard. Sierra Railway.]

 

:514 Sierra Ry. [Automobile car on track.]

 

:514a--NEG Sierra Railroad. Coach Caboose.

 

:515 Angel's Camp. [House.]

 

:516 Sonora. Hotel Nevills. Jamestown[?].

 

:517 Sierra Railway. Jamestown. [Hotel Nevills.]

 

:517a--NEG Sierra Railroad. Car No. 5.

 

:517b--NEG Sierra Railroad. Sonora Station.

 

:518  [Jamestown station. Sierra Railway.]

 

:519 [Jamestown station. Denver & Rio Grande Western freighter. Sierra Railway line.]

 

:520 Jamestown. [Station. Sierra Railway.]

 

:521 Sonora Depot. [Sierra Railway.]

 

:522 Tuolumne. [Station. Sierra Railway.]

 

:523 Tuolumne. [Station. Sierra Railway.]

 

:523a--NEG Sierra Railroad. Sonora Station.

 

:524 Engine No. 1. San Joaquin & Eastern R.R. Fresno.

 

:525 [Engine No. 107. San Joaquin & Eastern Railroad, Fresno. ]

 

:526 [Engine No. 107. San Joaquin & Eastern Railroad, Fresno. ]

 

:526a--NEG San Joaquin and Eastern Railroad No. 1 (Ex Central Pacific Railroad), at Stockton.

 

:527 The Baldwin Locomotive Works. Ten-wheeled Locomotive for the San Joaquin and Eastern Railroad Company. [Engine No. 201.]

 

:527a--NEG State Belt Railroad No. 8. Telegraph Hill and Coit Tower. No. 225, S-54. September 1938.

 

:527b--NEG California State Belt Railroad. Tunnels and round house. San Francisco.

 

:528 State Belt Line. San Francisco. [Engine No. 1.] [From collection of R. Schlaich.]

 

:529 California Belt R.R. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1906.

 

:530 Belt R.R. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:531 Eng. 2. Belt Line. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1906.

 

:532 [Engine No. 3. Belt Line.]

 

:533 [Engine No. 1. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:534 [Engine No. 6. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:535 [Engine No. 1. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:536 [Engine No. 6. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:537 [Lacking.]

 

:538 [Engine No. 6. State Belt Railroad of California. San Francisco.]

 

:539 [Engine No. 8. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:540 [Engine No. 7. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:541 [Engine No. 8. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:542 [Engine No. 9. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:543 [Engine No. 9. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:544 [Engine No. 10. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:545 S.F. Dec. 1939. [Engine No. 10 and train. State Belt Railroad of California. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in background.]

 

:546 [Engine No. 10. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:547 [Engine No. 11. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:548 [Engine No. 11. State Belt Railroad of California. Duplicate of 51:549.]

 

:548a--NEG California State Belt Railroad. East Street (Embarcadero). View north.

 

:549 [Engine No. 11. State Belt Railroad of California. Duplicate of 51:548.]

 

:550 [Engine No. 11. State Belt Railroad of California. At Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:551 Where rail and water meet. San Francisco. [Engine No. 1. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:552 [Engine No. 8. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:553 [Engines No. 8 and 9. State Belt Railroad of California.]

 

:554 East Street and Broadway and Drumm Street. San Francisco, 1906. [Train yard.]

 

:555 Broadway & Davis St. May, 1906. [Train yard. San Francisco.]

 

:555a--NEG California State Belt Railroad. Yards and Telegraph Hill, San Francisco.

 

:555b--NEG California State Belt Railroad. Yards and Telegraph Hill, San Francisco.

 

:556 [Section of narrow gauge tracks. San Francisco. Front and Union Streets, 1956.]

 

:557 Last section of narrow gauge. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. Front and Union Streets. 1956.

 

:558 City Coal Co. Brannan and First Streets. June, 1921. T. Wurm.

 

:559 San Diego & South Eastern Ry. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:560 San Diego & South Eastern Ry. [Engine No. 6.]

 

:561 [Engine No. 7. San Diego and South Eastern Railway.]

 

:562 Nos. 4 & 6. San Diego, Cal. [San Diego & South Eastern Railway.]

 

:563 [Engine No. 3. National City & Otay Railway.]

 

:564 [Engine No. 7. National City & Otay Railway.]

 

:565 San Diego and South Eastern. Gasoline driven motor.

 

:566 [Electric car No. 101. San Diego and South Eastern Railway.]

 

:566a--NEG San Diego and South Eastern Railway.

 

:567 Motor car -- La Jolla, San Diego, Cal. [Los Angeles & San Diego Beach Railway.]

 

:568 S.D. & S.E. [i.e. San Diego and South Eastern]. [Engine No. 15.]

 

:569 Engine No. 21. San Diego and South Eastern No. 21.

 

:570 Otay & Ramona. Engine No. 12.

 

:571 [Engine No. 22. San Diego and South Eastern Railway.]

 

:572 Stone Canyon R.R. Monterey County. Eng. 102. An old N.Y. [i.e. New York] Central.

 

:573 Stone Canyon, Cal.

 

:574 Stone Canyon R.R., Cal. Apr. 27, 1919.

 

:575 Stone Canyon R.R., Cal. Apr. 27, 1919.

 

:576 Stone Canyon, Cal. R.R. Sta. Coal bunker. Apr. 27, 1919.

 

:577 Stone Canyon R.R., Cal. Eng. 102. Ex N.Y. [i.e. New York] Central. May 10, 1924.

 

:578 Stone Canyon R.R. McKay Sta. -- May 10, 1924.

 

:579 Stone Canyon. [Stone Canyon Consolidated Coal Company. Engine No. 1.] [Duplicate of 51:581.]

 

:580 Stone Canyon R.R. [Cars on track.]

 

:581 Stone Canyon. [Stone Canyon Consolidated Coal Company. Engine No. 1.] [Duplicate of 51:579.]

 

:581a--NEG Stone Canyon passenger car platform.

 

:582 [Railroad tracks. Stone Canyon?]

 

:583 Stone Canyon. [Cars. Stone Canyon Railroad.]

 

:584 [Stone Canyon. Station. Stone Canyon Railroad.]

 

:585 At S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. [Burlington Route train. Union Pacific Railroad.]

 

:586 At Oakland. [Burlington Route train. Union Pacific Railroad.]

 

:587 At Oakland. [Train. Union Pacific Railroad.]

 

:588 At Sacramento. [Train. Union Pacific Railroad.]

 

:589 Coach J.C. Henry. [Engine No. 2. Sacramento Valley and Eastern.]

 

:590 [Cars. Coronado Beach Railroad.]

 

:591 Coronado, Cal. 1888. [Coronado Railroad Company.]

 

:592 [Engine No. 2.] San Diego, Pac. [i.e. San Diego, Pacific] Beach & La Jolla R.R. 1888.

 

:593 [Coronado Beach Railroad cars.]

 

:594 San Diego & Pacific Beach Eng. Coach -- J.C. Henry.

 

:595 San Diego and Arizona 26.

 

:595a--NEG San Pedro Harbor Belt Line. Engine No. 2.

 

:596 [Engine No. 1. Tidewater Southern Railroad.]

 

:596a--NEG Towle Railroad No. 1.

 

:597 [Engine No. 1. Indian Valley Railroad.]

 

:598 [Engine No. 2. Indian Valley Railroad.]

 

:599 Towle Brothers. Towle, California. [Engine and crew.]

 

:600 Engine hauling logs on Skid Road. Steep Hollow. June 26, 1886. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.

 

:600a--NEG Towle(?) Railroad. Train on trestle.

 

:601 Towle Railroad. [Engine No. 4 and train.] [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:601a--NEG Towle Brothers Railroad. No. 4.

 

:602 Lowell Hill Switch. Towle's R.R. [No. 177. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:603 High Bridge and Lowell Hill Switch. Towles R.R. [No. 126. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:604 Curves. Towle Bros. R.R. (grade 7.20 inches to rod). Placer Co., Cal. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:605 Towle's Railroad. [Logging car.] [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:606 Helping up the hill. Towle's R.R. Placer Co., Cal. [No. 151. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:607 Yuba Ditch. Towle's train going to the mill. Big Slide. Placer Co. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:608 Towle's R.R. lumber trains ...[illegible]. [No. 150. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:609 Curve on Hoo's Back. Towle's R.R. (No. 5). [No. 157. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:610 Omega Station. Towle Bros. R.R. [No. 130. Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:611 Ventura County Ry. Oxnard, Calif. Baldwin 1906. Only engine on the line. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:612 Ventura County R.R. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:612a--NEG Visalia Electric Railway. Freight Motor No. 601.

 

:612b--NEG Visalia Electric Railway. Car No. 525.

 

:612c--NEG Visalia Electric Railway. Car No. 502.

 

:612d--NEG Visalia Electric Railway. Car No. 511.

 

:612e--NEG Visalia Electric Railway. Car No. 506.

 

:613 V.E.R.R. [i.e. Visalia Electric Railroad] Depot, Lemon Cove, Cal.

 

:614 Visalia Electric Railroad Company. [Group portrait for S. Sweet Company employees.]

 

:615 [Group portrait at cars. Fresno Interurban Railway Company.]

 

:616 [Electric car No. A1. Visalia Electric Railroad Company.]

 

:617 [Group leaving cars. Visalia Electric Railroad Company.]

 

:618 [Train. Visalia Electric Railway.]

 

:619 [Logging train. Western Redwood Lumber Co.]

 

:620 [Engine No. 1 and crew. Western Redwood Lumber Company.]

 

:621--NEG Yosemite Valley Railroad No. 21.

 

:622 [Engine No. 1. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:623 [Engine No. 11. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:624 [Engine No. 11. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:625 R. Makin and William Roix. [Engine No. 20. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:626 [Engine No. 21. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:627 [Engine No. 21. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:628 [Engine No. 22. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:629 [Engine No. 22. El Portal Station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:630 [Engine No. 20. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:631 [Engine No. 21. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:632 [Engine No. 22. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:633 [Engine No. 23. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:634 [Engine No. 23. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:635 [Engine No. 23. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:636 [Engine No. 21. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:637 [Engine No. 29. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:638 [Engine No. 29. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:639 [Engine No. 25. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:640 [Engine No. 26. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:641 Merced. [Round house. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:642 Merced. [Engine No. 21. Train yard. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:643 [Engine No. 26. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:644 [Engine No. 28. Round house. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:645 [Engine No. 27. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:646 [Engine No. 28. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:647 [Engine No. 28. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:648 [Engine No. 29. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:649 Exchequer Dam. [Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:650 Exchequer Dam. [Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:651 [Exchequer Dam. Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:652 [Exchequer Dam. Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:653 [Exchequer Dam. Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:654 [Exchequer Dam. Engine No. 2 and train. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:655 Y.V.R.R. [i.e. Yosemite Valley Railroad]. [Tunnel portal.]

 

:656 Hopeton Bridge. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:657 Above Merced Falls. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:658 Pleasant Valley. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:659 [Snelling station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:660 [Merced Falls station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:661 [Bagby station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:662 Below Bagby. [Bridge. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:663 Above Bagby. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:664 [Observation car No. 330 on bridge. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:665 [Combined coach car No. 106. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:666 [Combined coach car No. 106. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:667 [Observation car No. 330. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:668 [Observation car No. 330. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:669 [Car No. 17. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:670 [Car No. 19. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:671 [Crane car No. 011. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:671b--NEG Yosemite Valley Railroad. Merced station.

 

:671c--NEG Yosemite Valley Railroad. El Portal station.

 

:672 Box Canyon. Neds Gulch. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:673 [Station stop. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:674 [Engine No. 23. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:675 Box Canyon. [Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:676 [El Portal station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:677 [El Portal station. Yosemite Valley Railroad.]

 

:678 [Engine No. 1. State Belt Railroad of California.]

Volumes 52-53.

Subseries 3: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. ca. 1880-ca. 1955

Physical Description: 645 Photographs.
 

Volume 52:: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad -- Locomotives and Cars

 

:1 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway ferry Steamer San Pablo, built at San Francisco in 1900. A side-wheel (Feathering float) vessel of steel hull 224 ft. long, 36 ft. beam and 10.1 ft. depth. 1584 gross tons; 967 net tons. Horizontal inclined compound engine, cyl. 38" x 77" dia., 66" stroke, 1800 I.H.P. 2-S.E.S. boilers, 10.1 ft. dia., 9.8 ft. long. Working pressure 185 lb. Also one water-tube boiler. This was the first boat built for the A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] and replaced the old Ocean Wave.

 

:2 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway ferry steamer San Pedro, built at San Francisco in 1911. Side-wheel ferry of steel hull 248.5 ft. long; 36 ft. beam; 16.7 ft. depth. 1720 G.T. 1035 N.T. Horizontal-inclined compound engine of 38" x 77" dia. of cyl. x 66" stroke. 2000 I.H.P. 4 water-tube boilers with working pressure of 185 pounds. This boat was built at the Union Iron Works and, with the San Pablo, ran between San Francisco Ferry Building and Ferry Point (Point Richmond). Both out of service in 1934 when the trains ran over the S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Lines to Oakland Mole. Both photos [i.e. 52:1 and 52:2] from D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:3 [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ferry steamer Ocean Wave.]

 

:4 B. of L.F. Excursion from Topeka to Fort Leavenworth. Over A.T. & S.F.R.R. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad], July 29th, 1885.

 

:5 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 1.

 

:5a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:6 Cal. Sou. [i.e California Southern] No. 14. Baldwin No. 8520. 1887. 19 x 28-64. Renumb. 63 to A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 416. National City, Cal. 1888.

 

:7 [Engine. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad.]

 

:8 [Engine. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad.]

 

:9 [Engine No. 1. San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley Railroad, later Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:10 Crew men wearing derbies pose proudly beside the high-stacked Two-spot of the San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley (now part of the Santa Fe).

 

:11 [Engine No. 1. Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley Railroad.]

 

:12 [Engine No. 1. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:13 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 2. Built by Manchester Locomotive Co. in 1887. One of the original Atlantic & Pacific engines. Taken at San Diego, Calif. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:14 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway No. 6. 4-4-0, built by Manchester Loco. Wks. Originally an A. & P.R.R. [i.e. Atlantic & Pacific Railroad] engine. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:15 [Engine No. 6. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:16 [Engine No. 7. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:17 [Engine No. 8. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:18 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 11, 4-4-0, built by Manchester Loco. Wks. in 1887. Cyl. 18" x 24"; drivers 61 in. dia.; Wt. 95, 900 lb. One of the old A. & P.R.R. [i.e. Atlantic & Pacific Railroad] engines. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:19 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 48, 4-4-0, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works. Cylinder 18" x 24"; dia. of drivers 69 in.; Wt. 99,000 lb.. D.L. Joslyn. [Lacking.]

 

:19a--NEG Santa Fe. Engine No. 13. First California Southern. Los Angeles, 1876.

 

:20 [Engine No. 14. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:21 [Engine No. 15. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 21. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:23 [Engine No. 21. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 22. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 23. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:26 [Engine No. 27. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 27. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:28 [Engine No. 29. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 032. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 35. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:31 [Engine No. 41. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:32 [Engine No. 41. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:33 Round house. Superior, Neb. [i.e. Nebraska]. [Engine No. 50. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:34 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] 48.

 

:35 [Engine No. 55. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:36 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 54. Orig. No. 514. Renumb. 254 (1898), and 54 (1900). 18 x 24-69-63500-99500-150-13500. Scrapped at Topeka 3/23/22. [Built] Schenectady 1887. [Photo taken] Rambo, Oklahoma about 1912. Engineer George J. Haas in cab. Also carried temporary number, 206, on the S.F. & S.J.V [i.e. San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley. [From collection of S.R. Wood.]

 

:37 [Engine No. 61. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:38 [Engine No. 69. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 69. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:40 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Trinidad, Cal. 1882. [Train. Duplicate of 52:51a.]

 

:41 [Engine No. 119. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:42 American Type Locomotive, 1879. [Engine No. 91. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 125. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:44 [Engine No. 126. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:45 [Engine No. 127. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:46 [Engine No. 127. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:47 [Engine No. 128. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:48 [Engine No. 129. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:49 [Engine No. 130. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:50 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Baldwin bldr, 1880. [Engine No. 132.]

 

:51a [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. Trinidad, California. 1882. Train. Duplicate of 52:40a.]

 

:51b [Engine No. 142. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:52 [Engine No. 142? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:53 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 0151. Manchester No. 876 1881. Orig. No. 320. At Guthrie, Okla. [i.e. Oklahoma]. 1910. [From collection of S.R. Wood.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 149. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 166. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 0168. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 0170. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 206. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 260. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:60 [Engine No. 282. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:61 [Engine No. 309. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:62 [Engine No. 312. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:62a Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. No. 312 wreck. Slevin photo. [Negative.]

 

:63 [Engine No. 313. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:64 [Engine No. 314. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:65 [Engine No. 314. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:66 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 309, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1896. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:67 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 312, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1896. D.L. Joslyn collection. [Taken June 21, 1934.]

 

:68 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 327, 4-6-0, built by Manchester Loco. Co. Taken at Vista, California in 1910. Built in 1885. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:69 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 397, 4-6-0, built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934

 

:70 [Engine No. 321. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 322. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 328. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:73 [Engine No. 328. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:74 [Engine No. 328. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:75 [Engine No. 330. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:76 [Engine No. 335. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 336. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 336. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:79 [Engine No. 336. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. At Oakland station.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 339. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 358. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 370. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:83 [Engine No. 370. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:84 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 393. Baldwin No. 7883, 1886. Near Coyle, Okla. [i.e. Oklahoma]. March, 1907.

 

:85 [Engine No. 395. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 415. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:87 [Engine No. 417. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:88 [Atchison, Topeka &] Santa Fe No. 420. At Silsbee, Texas. June 26, 1937. Dickson, 1899. Builder's No. 1029.

 

:89 [Engine No. 417. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 439. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:91 [Engine No. 440. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 442. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:93 [Enigne No. 443. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 448. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 449. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:96 [Engine No. 451. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 452. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:98 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 448. At Fresno. 1934.

 

:99 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 448, 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. Taken at Fresno, Calif. in 1933. Built in 1899. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:100 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 466 [actually 465], 4-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1894. D.L. Joslyn collection. [Taken June 21, 1934.]

 

:101 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 476, 4-6-0, built by Rhode Island Locomotive Works in 1899. D.L. Joslyn collection. [Taken June 21, 1934.]

 

:102 [Engine No. 466. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:103 [Engine No. 466. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:104 Engine No. 481. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 483. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 499. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 501. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:108 [Engine No. 502. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:109 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 507, 4-4-2, built by Rhode Island Locomotive Works. D.L. Joslyn collection, 1934.

 

:110 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] 567. Ex A.T. & S.F. No. 2257. At Opening of new Union Station at L.A. [i.e. Los Angeles]. May, 1939.

 

:111 [Engine No. 604. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 637. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 637. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 666. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:115 [Engine No. 664. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:116 [Engine No. 664. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 702. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 702. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 703. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 709. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 710. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 720. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 719. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 723. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:125 Schenectady Bldr. [Engine No. 738. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 697. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 723. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 128. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 775. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:130 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 713, 4-8-0, built by Dickson Locomotive Works. Taken at San Bernardino, Calif., in 1933. Built in 1899. D.L. Joslyn, collection.

 

:131 [Engine No. 713. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:132 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 809, 4-8-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. Vauclain Compound built for freight service. Baldwin Locomotive Photo. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:133 Baldwin [190?]. [Engine No. 833. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.]

 

:134 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] 874, 2-8-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902. This engine was formerly Denver Pacific R.R. No. 4. Photo taken at Raton, New Mexico in 1933. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:135 [Engine No. 824. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:136 [Engine No. 990. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:137 Emeryville, Ca. [Engine No. 994. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:138 Emeryville, Ca. 1937. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 940, 2-10-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Works. A heavy-duty tandem compound freight engine. Photo by Baldwin Loco. Wks. when engine was built. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:139 [Engine No. 940. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:140 [Engine No. 999. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Postcard.]

 

:141 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 995, 2-8-0, built by A.T. & S.F. Topeka Shops in 1900. A general freight engine of which the Santa Fe have several. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:142 [Engine No. 994. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:143 [Engine No. 999. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:144 [Engine No. 999. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:145 [Engine No.] 856. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Schenectady Bldr.

 

:146 Santa Fe. [Engine No.] 800, 2-8-0. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:146a--NEG [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe No. 1124.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 1102. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 1130. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 1143. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 1117. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:151 [Engine No. 1211. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:152 Santa Fe R.R. Station. Merced, California. [Date cropped.] [Engine No. 1211. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 1212. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 1222. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 1239. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 1246. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 1248. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:158 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] 1264. Oakland. [Taken September 1, 193?]

 

:159 [Engine No. 1265. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 1299. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 1299. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:162 [Engine No.] 1347. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Baldwin Bldr.

 

:163 [Engine No. 1369. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:164 [Engine No.] 1369. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Baldwin Bldr.

 

:165 [Engine No. 1376. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:166 [Engine No. 1376. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 1379. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 1379. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:169 [Engine No. 1378. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:170 [Engine No. 1339. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:171 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 1229, 4-6-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Taken at San Diego, Calif. in 1922. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:172 [Engine No. 1413. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:173 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 1444, 4-4-2, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Builder's Photo. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:174 [Engine No. 1376. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:175 [Engine No. 1398. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 1398. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:177 [Engine No. 1398. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:178 [Engine No. 1417. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 1420. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:180 [Engine No. 1468. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:181 [Engine No. 1435. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 1480. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 1413. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:184 [Engine No. 1500. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:184a A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] Engine No. 1462. At Berkeley, 1953. [Lacking.]

 

:185 [Engine No. 1679. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:186 [Engines No. 1701 & 1700. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:187 [Engine No. 1791. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:187a A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 1856. [Lacking.]

 

:188 [Engine No. 1987. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:189 [Engine No. 2188. At Escalon, 1907. Roy Graves, fireman (on ground). Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Duplicate of 52:245.]

 

:190 Chas. Kennedy, Eng. Roy Graves, Fir. 1907. [Engine No. 2188. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 52:246.]

 

:191 [Engine No. 2331. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:192 [Engine No. 2351. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:193 Shop Goat at Argentine, Kansas. At the age of 58, locomotive 24 14, after 52 years in service on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, still functions, being the shop goat in the yards at Argentine, Kans. Originally it was a 2-8-0 numbered 132, and later 912. It has been changed to a 0-8-0 and is thought to be the oldest engine in service in the United States. [Photograph by William A. Gibson.]

 

:194 [Engine No. 1447. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:195 [Engine No. 2901. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:196 [Engine No. 2914. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:197 [Engine No. 3134. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:198 [Engine No. 3400. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:199 [Engine No. 3409. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:200 [Engine No. 3444. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:201 [Engine No. 3449. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:202 [Engine No. 3446. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:203 [Engine No. 3459. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:204 [Engine No. 3443. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:205 [Engine No. 3443. At Arcadia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:206 [Engine No. 3531. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:207 [Engine No. 3521. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:208 [Engine No. 3534. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:209 Train 25. Corcoran. [March 27, 1948. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:210 [Engine No. 3704. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:211 [Engine No. 3784. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:212 [Engine No. 3724. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:213 [Engine No. 3726. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:214 [Engine No. 3808. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:215 [Engine No. 3715. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:216 [Engine No. 3850. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:217 [Engine No. 3858. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:218 [Engines No. 3909 and 3764. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:219 [Engine No. 4198. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:220 Fort Madison. [Engine No. 4197. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Postcard.]

 

:221 [Engine No. 2021. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:222 [Engine No. 2020. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:223 [Engine No. 2033. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:224 [Engine No. 2033. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:225 [Engine No. 2034. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 2034. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:227 [Engine No. 2044. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:228 [Engine No. 2051. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:229 [Engine No. 2125. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:230 China Basin, San Francisco. March 1938. [Engine No. 2125. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:231 [Engine No. 2148. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:232 [Engine No. 2148. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:233 [Engine No. 2148. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:234 [Engine No. 2156. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:235 [Engine No. 2157. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:236 [Engine No. 588. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:237 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 2158, 0-6-0, built by New York Locomotive Works. One of the numerous old-time switch engines of the Santa Fe. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:238 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 2243, 0-6-0, built by Manchester Locomotive Works in 1888. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:239 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 2257, 0-6-0 switch engine. Taken at San Diego, Calif., in 1922. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:240 [Engine No. 2159. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:241 [Engine No. 2178. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:242 [Engine No. 2180. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:243 [Engine No. 2183. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:244 [Engine No. 2195. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:245 Escalon. 1907. Roy Graves, Fireman (on ground). [Engine No. 2188. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 52:189.]

 

:246 Chas. Kennedy. Roy Graves. Escalon, Cal. 1907. [Engine No. 2188. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 52:190.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 2199. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 2200. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:249 [Engine No. 2200. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:250 [Engine No. 2215. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:251 [Engine No. 2222. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:252 [Engine No. 2222. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:253 [Engine No. 2222. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:254 [Engine No. 2222. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:255 [Engine No. 2290. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:256 [Engine No. 9016. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:257 Point Richmond, Cal. [Engine No. 9018. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:258 [Engine No. 9041. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:259 [Engine No. 9034. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:260 [Engine No. 9040. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:261 [Engine No. 9050. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:262 [Engine No. 9069. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:263 [Engine No. 9109. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:264 [Engine No. 9121. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:265 [Engine No. 9125. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:266 [Engine No. 9125. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:267 [Engine No. 9147. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:268 [Engine No. 9148. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:269 Baldwin Builder. 1878. [Engine No. 204. New Mexico & Southern Pacific.]

 

:269a--NEG A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] motor car 1911. Richmond-Oakland line.

 

:270 Bakersfield. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:270a A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] No. 8. Fresno, Cal. [April 22, 1940.]

 

:271 [Engine No. 461. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 2316. Complete statistics on verso of card. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:273 [Engine No. 461. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:274 [Engine No. 2721. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:275 Fresno. [June, 1939. Car M.131. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:276 Ottawa, Kansas. [October 11, 1952. Car M.176.]

 

:277 [Car No. 2601. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:278 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:279 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:280 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:281 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:282 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:283 Views of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way through Berkeley and Albany, Calif. 1933. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:284 Eng. 12. Box Springs Hill, Cal. So. Cal. (A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]) 1880.

 

:285 [Passengers exiting train. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:286 [Passenger at sleeping car. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:287 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] Maintainence [sic] of Way Car No. 199050. Formerly an Officials' Private Car. Taken at Oakland, Cal. in 1934 by R.D. Graves.

 

:287a--NEG Santa Anita, Ca. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Catching mail sack. Nov., 1939.

 

:288 [Detector car No. 9159. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:289 Muir, Ca. Feb., 1940. [Car No. 650. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 52:292.]

 

:290 [Car No. 2599. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:291 [Freight car No. 64665. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:292 [Car No. 650. Muir, California. February, 1940. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 52:289.]

 

:293 [Car No. 1516. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:294 [Car No. 915. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:295 [Car No. 1020. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:296 [Car No. 2320. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:297 Santa Fe Buried Locomotive. Flood. September 32. Keene, Calif. [Unidentified engine. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. 1932.] [Postcard.]

 

:298 Santa Fe Buried Locomotive. Flood. September 32. Keene, Calif. [Unidentified engine. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. 1932.] [Postcard.]

 

:299 Santa Fe Buried Locomotive. Flood. September 32. Keene, Calif. [Unidentified engine. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. 1932.] [Postcard.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 312. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:301 Belt Line. 2238-2238 218 Hinkley 1882. Outer Harbor Terminal Co. No. 2.

 

:302 [Engine J.C. Ainsworth. Redondo Railway.]

 

Volume 53: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad -- Stations and Scenes

 

:1 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad]. Key Route. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway]. S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad]. [Reproduction of map showing rail systems of San Francisco Bay area.]

 

:2 ["Valley Road" line time table. San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley Railway Co.]

 

:3 [Reproduction, "Map Showing Line of San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley Railway".]

 

:4 [Reproduction of time table for California Southern Railroad.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of time table for California Southern Railroad.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of time table for California Southern Railroad.]

 

:7 [Tracks. San Francisco.]

 

:8 [Tracks under construction. San Francisco?]

 

:9 [Tracks under construction. San Francisco? B. Lantry Sons Railway.]

 

:10 [Tracks under construction. San Francisco? B. Lantry Sons Railway.]

 

:10a [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Potrero Hill, San Francisco. 1902.] [Lacking.]

 

:11 S.F. Freight Yard & Dock. Santa Fe Route. Spear St., S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1906.

 

:12 Spear St. [San Francisco]. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. June 29, 1911.

 

:13 Santa Fe Stock and Freight Sheds. [Foot of Spear St., San Francisco.]

 

:13a [Lacking.]

 

:14 China Basin. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway cars on barges. San Francisco.]

 

:15 [Collapsed train dock. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. San Francisco.]

 

:16 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. [Engine house, China Basin, San Francisco.]

 

:17 China Basin, San Francisco. [Santa Fe Freight Station.]

 

:18 San Francisco. [Engine No. 332. On trestle. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:19 San Francisco. [Engine on trestle. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:20 Steamer Ocean Wave. [Slips at Ferry Building. San Francisco.]

 

:21 [Ferry steamer San Pedro, right, at Ferry Building. San Francisco.]

 

:22 Steamer San Pedro, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. [At Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:23 Ferry Point, Point Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway train yards.]

 

:24 Ferry Point, Point Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:25  [Ferry Point, Point Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:26 A.T. & S.F. Ry. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway] Ferry Slip. Point Richmond. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:27 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] Railway Ferry Slip. Point Richmond. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:28 Point Richmond, Ferry Point. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. Duplicate of 53:35.]

 

:29 [Inside freight shed. Ferry Point, Point Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 53:33.]

 

:30 Santa Fe Pier, Ferry Point. [Pt. Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:31 Pt. Richmond. 1906. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:32 [Ferry Point. Point Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:33 [Inside freight shed. Ferry Point, Point Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 53:29.]

 

:33a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:34 Ferry Depot, Richmond.

 

:35 Point Richmond, Ferry Point. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Duplicate of 53:28.]

 

:36 Unloading Lumber. Richmonds Western Waterfront. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:37 Santa Fe Docks and Ferry Slip. Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:37a--NEG Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Overpass, Richmond, 1945. [Lacking.]

 

:37b--NEG Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe. Overpass, Richmond, 1945. [Lacking.]

 

:38 Point Richmond. South Portal. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:39 [South Portal. Point Richmond. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:40 Point Richmond, South Portal. South side. Lk. N. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:41 Point Richmond. North side, lk. So. [North Portal. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:42 Tunnel. Santa Fe Route. Richmond, Cal. North Portal. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:43 City of Richmond. 1904.

 

:44 Point Richmond from the Hills. Standard Oil Works in Distance.

 

:45 Point Richmond. [Richmond Avenue Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:46 Point Richmond. [Engine No. 0169? Richmond Avenue Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:47 Richmond Yards. [Engine No. 499. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:48 Richmond Station. [Engines No. 29 and 328. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:49 Western Terminus, Santa Fe R'y., Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:50 Richmond Station. [Engine No. 2180. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 6. Richmond Yards. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:52 [Richmond Yards. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:53 [Pedestrian overpass. Richmond? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:54 Richmond. [Santa Fe Employees Reading Room. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:55 [Richmond Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:56 [Richmond Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:57 Richmond Yards (south). [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:58 Richmond Yards (north). [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:59 Santa Fe Railway Shops, Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:59a--NEG Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Shops. Richmond? Interior. [Lacking.]

 

:60 Portion, Santa Fe Ry. Roundhouse. Richmond, Cal.

 

:61 Shops at Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:62 1954. [Richmond shops. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:63 Roundhouse, Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:64 Interior. Santa Fe roundhouse and shops. [Richmond.]

 

:65 Santa Fe yards, Richmond.

 

:66 Shops at Richmond. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:67 Richmond yards. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:68 Oakland. Fortieth and San Pablo Avenue. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:69 Santa Fe Depot. Oakland, Cal.

 

:70 [Oakland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:71 [Oakland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:72 [Oakland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:73 Emeryville. Santa Fe's Southern Pacific Interchange. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:74 [Oakland station. Decorated for opening ceremony? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:75 [Oakland station. Decorated for opening ceremony? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:76 [Oakland station. Decorated for opening ceremony? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:77 [Oakland station. Opening ceremony? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:78 [Oakland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:79 First train into Oakland. [Oakland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:80 Santa Fe Depot, Oakland. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:81 Santa Fe Depot, 40th [i.e. Fortieth] and San Pablo Ave., Oakland, California. [Engine No. 6. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:82 Santa Fe Depot, Oakland. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:83 Emeryville. February 5, 1939. Adeline Street. [Engine No. 1413. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:84 Berkeley. [Freight Depot. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:85 [Berkeley station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:86 [Berkeley station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:87 [Berkeley station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:88 Looking south from Berkeley Way. Showing lots marked L & M. [University Avenue delineated. Train in background. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:89 Berkeley. [Engine No. 61 at station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:90 [Engine No. 1462. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:91 Albany. [Train. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:92 Albany. [Train. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:93 Albany [Engine No. 1468. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:94 Gilman Street. [Train in Berkeley. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:95 Schmidt (Stege). [Tracks running aside fields. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:96 Near San Pablo Avenue crossing, Richmond. [Engine No. 1376. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:97 North of Stege. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:98 Underpass of freeway. [Richmond? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:99 [Construction of freeway overpass. Richmond? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:100 Richmond. [Lots, construction, tracks in distance. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:101 Lot sale, excursion, Richmond. [Attracks. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:102 Santa Fe and S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] Crossings, Richmond, Cal. 1907.

 

:103 [Pinole station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:104 Approaching West Portal of Franklin Canyon Tunnel. [Engine No. 3706. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:105 Franklin Canyon Tunnel (East Portal). Glen Frazer. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:106 Franklin Canyon Tunnel. [East portal. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:107 Near Glen Frazer. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:108 Franklin Canyon, near Glen Frazer. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:109 [Glen Frazer station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:110 [Lacking.]

 

:111 Muir Viaduct, Martinez, California. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:112 [Muir Viaduct. Martinez, California. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:113 Muir Viaduct. [Martinez, California. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:114 [Muir Viaduct. Martinez, California. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:115 Muir Viaduct, Martinez. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:116 Muir Viaduct. [Martinez, California. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:117 Muir Viaduct, Martinez. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:118 February, 1940. [Muir station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:119 Tunnel east of Muir, view to East. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:120 Vine Hill. [Engine No. 3450. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:121 Vine Hill, Martinez. [Engine No. 3458. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:122 Avon. [Engine No. 3728. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:123 Avon. [Engine No. 3715. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:124 [Port Chicago station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:125 [Pittsburg station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:126 [Pittsburg station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:127 [Antioch station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:128 [Oakley station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:129 [Knightsen station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:130 [Knightsen station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:131 [Knightsen station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:132 Drawbridge, Middle River. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:133 [Middle River station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:134 Holt. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:134a [Lacking.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 1421. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:136 [Stockton station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:137 Round House, Stockton. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:138 Stockton. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:139 [Burnham station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:140 [Escalon station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:141 Santa Fe Depot. Riverbank, Calif. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:142 [Riverbank station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:143 [Oakdale station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:144 [Empire station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:145 Santa Fe Depot. Hughson, California. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:146 [Hughson station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:147 [Denair station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:148 [Winton station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:149 [Merced station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:150 [Merced station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:151 [Merced station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:152 Old Depot, Merced. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:153 [Planada station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:154 [Le Grand station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:155 [Le Grand station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:156 [Madera station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:157 [Madera station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:158 Madera? [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:159 Fresno, 1904. [Station scene. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:160 [Fresno station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:161 Fresno. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:162 [Fresno station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:163 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Depot, Fresno, Cal.

 

:163a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:164 Fresno. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:165 [Hanford station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:166 [Hanford station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:167 [Corcoran station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:168 [Angiola station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:169 [Wasco station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:170 [Shafter station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:171 Bakersfield. [Engine No. 3400. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:172 Bakersfield. [Engine No. 1375. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:173 Round House, Bakersfield, California. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:174 [Round House, Bakersfield. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:175 Santa Fe Depot, Bakersfield, Cal. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:176 [Bakersfield station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:177 [Bakersfield station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:178 [Parlier station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:179 Train 25. Reedley. This train abandoned in April 1948. [March 28, 1948. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:180 [Reedley station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:181 Dinuba. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:182 Visalia. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:183 Visalia. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:184 Santa Fe Depot, Visalia, Calif. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:185 [Visalia station. Engine No. 3409. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:186 Tulare. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:187 [Tulare station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:188 [Exeter station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:189 [Lindsay station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:190 Santa Fe Depot. Lindsay, Cal. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:191  [Porterville station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:192 [Porterville station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:193 Cajon Pass. S.D. & A.E. Railway. Redondo, Mexico. [Photograph by Averrell.]

 

:194 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:195 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:196 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:197 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:198 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:199 [Round house. San Bernardino. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:200 San Bernardino. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:201 [Colton station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:202 [Highgrove station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:203 Highgrove. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:204 [Highgrove station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:205 [Riverside station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:206 Riverside, 1947. Dunscombe. [Turntable. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:207 [Casa Blanca station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:208 [Casa Blanca station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:209 [Casa Blanca station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:210 [Arlington station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:211 [Arlington station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:212 [Corona station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:213 [Corona station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:214 [Placentia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:215 [Olive station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:215a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:216 [March Field station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:217 Santa Fe Railway Station, Perris, California.

 

:218 [Perris station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:219 [Hemet station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:220 [Hemet station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:221 [Hemet station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:222 Santa Fe Depot, Elsinore, California. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:223 Temecula from western portion. Pauba Ranch, Riverside Co. [No. 180R. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:224 Western portion. Pauba Ranch, Riverside Co. [No. 175R. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:225 Western portion. Pauba Ranch, Riverside Co. [No. 176R. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:225a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:226 Redlands, California. Old station. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:227 Redlands, California. New station. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:228 Rialto Depot. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:229 The Santa Fe Railway Station. [Redlands. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:230 [Rialto station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:231 [Fontana station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:232 [Cucamonga station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:233 [Upland station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:234 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe station, Claremont, California. Built 1893? Razed Mar. 1928. See Los Angeles Times, 28 or 29 Mar. 1928.

 

:234a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:235 [Claremont station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:236 [Claremont station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:237 Pomona. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:238 [Pomona station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:239 [La Verne station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:240 [La Verne station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:241 San Dimas. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:242 [San Dimas station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:243 [Glendora station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:244 [Azusa station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:245 [Monrovia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:246 [Monrovia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:247 Arcadia. [Train. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:248 [Arcadia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:249 [Arcadia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:250 [Arcadia station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:251 November, 1939. [Engine No. 5133. Santa Anita station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:252 November, 1939. [Santa Anita station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:253 November, 1939. [Lamanda Park. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:254 Pasadena Streamliner, 1945. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:254a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:255 Pasadena. [Engine No. 167. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:256 [Pasadena station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:257 Green's Hotel -- Pasadena. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:258 Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley R.R. at Pasadena. First engine. 1884. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:259 [Train yards. Pasadena? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:260 Laying rails across Colo. [i.e. Colorado] St. at Pasadena. 1884. For L.A. [i.e Los Angeles] & San Gabriel Valley R.R. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:261 Pasadena, Cal. from the Raymond. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:262 Pasadena. [View from foothills.]

 

:263 [Raymond station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:264 November, 1939. Pasadena. [Raymond station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:265 November, 1939. Raymond Station, Pasadena. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:266 August, 1950. [South Pasadena station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:267 [South Pasadena station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:268 [South Pasadena station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:269 South Pasadena. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:270 Arroyo Seca. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:271 Garvanza. [Trestle. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:272 Pasadena from foot hills south of the Raymond.

 

:273 Arroyo Seca Viaduct view east. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:274 [Arroyo Seca Viaduct. Looking east. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:275 Arroyo Seca Viaduct. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:276 Garvanza. [Tracks. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway?]

 

:277 Arroyo Seca Viaduct. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:277a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:278 Arroyo Seca Viaduct from east end. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:279 [Highland Park station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:280 Los Angeles. [La Grande station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:281 Los Angeles, La Grande Station. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:282 Los Angeles, La Grande Station. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:282a--NEG [Lacking.]

 

:282b [Lacking.]

 

:283 [Inglewood station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:284 [Inglewood station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:285 Inglewood. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:286 Redondo. [Train at pier. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:287 Redondo. [Engine No. 349? Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:288 [Redondo pier. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:289 Town of Redondo Beach. [Freight cars in foreground. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:290 [Rivera station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:291 Unique railroad station on Santa Fe at La Mirada.

 

:292 [Buena Park station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:293 Buena Park. [Engine No. 3134 at station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:294 [Buena Park station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:295 Fullerton. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:296 [Anaheim station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:297 [Orange station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:298 [Santa Ana station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:299 [Irvine station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:300 [San Juan Capistrano station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:301 San Juan Capistrano, from the Mission. [Station in middle distance. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:302 [San Juan Capistrano station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:303 [Serra (Doheney Park) station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:304 [San Clemente station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:305 Oceanside. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:306 [Vista station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:307 [Escondido station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:308 [Escondido station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:309 [Carlsbad station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:310 [Carlsbad station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:311 [Encinitas station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:312 [Encinitas station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:313 [Del Mar station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:314 [Cardiff -By-The-Sea station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:315 San Diego. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:316 [San Diego station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:317 San Diego. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:318 San Diego. [Engine No.] 1369. A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. Baldwin bldr.

 

:319 The Railroad Station at San Diego, California. Bakewell and Brown, architects. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:320 San Diego. C.S.R.R. [i.e. California Southern Railroad] Depot.

 

:321 San Diego. Santa Fe Wharf Railroad Branch.

 

:322 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]. San Diego.

 

:323 National City. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:324 [National City station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:325 [National City station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:326 Barstow. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:326a--NEG Barstow yard and viaduct. [Lacking.]

 

:326b--NEG Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe bridge, Colorado River, Needles. [Lacking.]

 

:327 Cantilever Bridge, over Colorado River, Near The Needles, Cal. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.] [Photograph by H.F. Rice.]

 

:328 Needles. [Bridges over Colorado River. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:329 [Needles. Bridges over Colorado River. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:330 Needles. [Station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:331 Santa Fe Round House. Needles. [Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:332 Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Roundhouse, The Needles, California. 1890.

 

:333 [Topock station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:334 [Drake station. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.]

 

:335 Hells Canyon (Canon Diablo), Arizona. On Ash Fork, Phoenix Line. A. & P. [i.e. Atlantic & Pacific] train.

 

:336 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 803 and California Limited at Burlingame, Kansas, 1899.

 

:337 A.T. & S.F. [i.e. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe] 3458 with Calif. Ltd. [i.e. California Limited] at Burlingame, Kans. [i.e. Kansas]. 1939. [From collection of S.R. Wood.]

 

:337a [Lacking.]

 

:337b--NEG [Lacking.]

Volume 54.

Subseries 4: Mill Valley and Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railway. Ca. 1890-ca. 1930

Physical Description: 308 Photographs.
 

Volume 54: Mill Valley & Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railway

 

:1 [Reproduction of news clippings on Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:2 [Reproduction of news clippings on Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:3 [Reproduction of news clippings on Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:4 [Reproduction of news clippings on Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of news clippings on Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of text of post card announcing first meeting of the Board of Directors of the Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway. Written January 30, 1896.]

 

:7 [Reproduction of time table for Mt. Tamalpais Comet Excursion, to view Halley's Comet. 1910.]

 

:8 [Print showing various scenes of Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:9 ["What You Can See on the Mt. Tamalpais Trip". Reproduction of view listing for Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:10 [Reproduction of time table. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway. September 13, 1896.]

 

:11 [Reproduction of time table for Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. 1925.]

 

:12 [Reproduction of Special Rules, from time table, Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. 1925.]

 

:13 [Reproduction of time table. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. 1925.]

 

:14 [Reproduction of time table. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. 1925.]

 

:15 [Reproduction, "Map of the Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway".]

 

:16 [Reproduction of rail pass. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. 1929.]

 

:17 No. 498. [Engine. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:18 498. [Engine. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:19 Engine 498 at Tavern. 1898. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:20 [Engine No. 498 with excursion cars. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:21 [Excursion train. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:22 Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway. Engine No. 498. [Excursion train.]

 

:23 Mountain-Climbing Shay Locomotive. [Engine No. 498. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:24 [Engine No. 498. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:25 [Engine No. 498 at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:26 Engine No. 2. [Engine No. 2. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:27 [Engine No. 498 at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:28 The Train on Mt. Tamalpais. [Engine No. 498.] [Photograph by C.F.L.]

 

:29 [Engine No. 498. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:30 [Engine No. 498. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:31 [Engine and cars. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:32 Deep River Logging Co. No. 1. Deep River, Wash. [i.e. Washington]. Lima Machine Co. No. 597. Was for a short time, Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Ry. No. 1. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:33 Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway was a standard gauge road slightly over 8 miles long, constructed from Mill Valley to a point near the summit of Mount Tamalpais, California, in 1896. Geared locomotives hauled trains with excursionists and sight-seers up this steep pike, dubbed the "Crookedest Railway in the World." The Heisler engine shown here with a string of open-sided cars was called the Bull.

 

:34 No. 2. O.K. The Bull. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:35 Summit. Mt. Tamalpais & Terminus, Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Rail Road. El. 2592 Feet. [Photograph by Fred Ransome.]

 

:36 [Engine No. 2, The Bull. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:37 [Engine (No. 2?) at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:38 Mountain-Climbing Heisler Locomotive. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:39 [Engine No. 2? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:40 [Engine No. 2? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:41--NEG [Negative.]

 

:42 Engine No. 2. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:43 [Engine No. 2? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:44 Engine No. 2. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:45 [Engine No. 2? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:46 [Engine No. 2? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:47 View of top of Mt. Tamalpais showing the Tavern, Pavilion and the down train leaving the Tavern for Mill Valley. The engine is the M.V. & M.T.S. Ry. [i.e. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Railway] No. 2. The car just back of the engine was a former cable car in San Francisco. L.S. Slevin collection.

 

:48 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:49 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:50 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:52 Engine No. 3. Mt. Tamalpais Summit. 1904. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:53 Dahoga & Highland R.R. No. 58. Dahoga, Pa. [i.e. Pennsylvania] (McKean Chemical Co.). Was built for Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Ry. as their No. 3 but never was delivered. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:54 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway,]

 

:55 30-Ton Geared Engine with Two Trucks. [Reproduction of illustration of engine No. 3, Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:56 Tamalpais Scenic Ry. on the way to Mt. Tamalpais, Cal. [Engine No. 3 Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:57 [Engine No. 3? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:59 [Engine No. 3 at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:60 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:61 Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Ry. No. 3, built by the Lima Locomotive Works. Was one of the oldest engines on the road and was formerly a coal and wood burner. It was a geared Shay engine and was nicknamed the "Coffee Pot". Picture taken at Muir Woods about 1912. Joe Marshall is the engineer in the cab. L.S. Slevin, collection.

 

:62 Engine No. 3. At Tavern of Tamalpais. George Epidendio. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [From collection of George Epidendio.]

 

:63 1904. [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [From collection of Mrs. Ada Brown.]

 

:64 [Train at Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:65 [Color reproduction of painting. Engine No. 4, Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:66 [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:67 [Engine No. 4. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:68 [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:69 Mt. Tamalpais Railroad. Mill Valley, Marin Co., Calif. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:70 Train passing through the cut on the way to Muir Woods National Park. Mt. Tamalpais, Cal. [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:71 [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:72 Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway No. 5, two-4-wheel truck "Shay" engine, built by Lima Locomotive and Machine Works in 1906. The large smokestacks on these engines contained "porcupine" feedwater heaters invented by Mr. Thomas, Master Mechanic of the road. Photo was taken at the Tavern near the top of Mt. Tamalpais in July 1907. The engine crews in the picture are: engine No. 4, left, Clark engineer; Paganini fireman; engine No. 5, Jake Johnson engineer near cab and R.D. Graves fireman near pilot. Photo by Mr. Ransome of Oakland.

 

:73 R.D. Graves at throttle. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:74 R.D. Graves on stack. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:75 The Old Train and Tavern atop Mt. Tamalpais, Calif. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:76 Howard Faulkner. R.D. Graves. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:77 [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:78 [Engine No. 5. At Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:79 R.D. Graves. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:80 [Engine No. 5 and crew. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:81 [Engine No. 5. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:82 [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:83 On the Lay-Up Track. Mill Valley. [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:84 [Engine No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:85 [Engine No. 6. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:86 [Engine No. 6. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:87 [Train at stop. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:88 [Engine No. 6. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:89 [Engine No. 6. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:90 Mt. Tamalpais. 1920. [Engines No. 7 and 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:91 Slide at Muir Woods. May, 1925. [Workers, Engine No. 8. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:92 [Engine No. 6. Six Companies Incorporated. Cf. 54:93.]

 

:93 [Engine No. 7. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway. Cf. 54:92.]

 

:94 [Engine No. 7? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:95 [Engine No. 6. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:96 [Gravity car. Muir terminal. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:97 [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:98 [Engine No. 7. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:99 Mt. T. & M.W. Ry. [i.e. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway]. No. 8 (Shay). Mt. Tamalpais, Cal. Sept., 1928.

 

:100 [Engine No. 7. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:101 [Engine No. 7. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:102 [Engine No. 7. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:103 [Engine No. 7 and train at Tavern. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:104 [Engine No. 7. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:105 [Engine No. 7. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:106 [Engine No. 6. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 6. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:107a [Sketch.] [Lacking.]

 

:108 "In the Clouds". [Mt.] Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:109 Tavern of Tamalpais. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California. [Engine No. 8.]

 

:110 Dr. W.S. Polland. [Engine No. 7. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:111 [Skipped.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:115 Gravity Trains. Mt. Tamalpais, Calif. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:116 The Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Rail Road. Mill Valley, Calif. [Engine No. 8.]

 

:117 Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway No. 8, two-truck geared Shay, built by the Lima Locomotive & Machine Co. of Lima, Ohio. Picture taken at Mill Valley station about 1910.

 

:118 The Iron Steed. Mount Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California. [Engine No. 8.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:120 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:122 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 8 and crew. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:125a--NEG Engine No. 8 and crew. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:127 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:129 Engine No. 8 of the old Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods R.R.

 

:130 [Engine No. 8. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 9. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:132 Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. No. 9. 2-truck Heisler: Built by Heisler Locomotive Co. March, 1921. "1446." Cyl: 13" x 12"; Drivers: 33"; Water Pressure: 180 #. Sold to Siskiyou Lumber Co. at Mt. Hebron, Cal. Oct. 1, 1924. W. Silverthorn -- coll.

 

:133 [Engine No. 9. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:134 [Engine No. 9. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 9, on display. Pacific Lumber Company. Ex Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:136 Oldsmobile railcar.

 

:137 [Motor No. 5. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. Railcar.]

 

:138 [Passengers at booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:139 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:140 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.] [Duplicate of 54:196.]

 

:141 Mr Wm. Thomas, M.M. Tamalpais. 1898. [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.] [From the collection of Mrs. Ada Brown.]

 

:142 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:143 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:144 "Booster" on "Horseshoe Curve." Ada Brown. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:145 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:146 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:147 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:148 [Gravity car with water tank. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:149 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:150 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:151 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:152 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.] [From collection of Eleanor Burt?]

 

:152a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:153 [Gravity cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:154 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 4 and Gravity cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:156 [Gravity car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:157 First automobile to climb Mt. Tamalpais. Mr. Wm. Thomas in front seat. [From collection of Mrs. Ada Brown.]

 

:158 First auto at the Tavern. [From the collection of Mrs. Ada Brown.]

 

:159 "Front view of White Railway motor car rounding 90 degree curve. Mt. Tamalpais Railroad."

 

:160 "White Railway motor car rounding 90 degree curve in 70 feet radii on Mt. Tamalpais R.R."

 

:161 Gravity Ride. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California.

 

:162 The ride that appeals to young and old. Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railway. California.

 

:163 Mt. Tamalpais. [Gravity cars at Tavern. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:164 [Passenger car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:165 [Passenger cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:166 Omnibus car interior. [Unidentified passengers. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:167 Omnibus car. [Interior, with unidentified passenger. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:168 At Mesa ("Double-Bow-Knot"). [Passenger car No. 20. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:168a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:169 [Passenger car No. 5. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:170 [Passenger car, Engine No. 498. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:171 [Passenger cars. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:172 [Passengers in car. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:173 [Passenger car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:174 [Passenger car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:175 [Passenger cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:176 [Passenger cars at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:177 [Engine and passengers at Mill Valley depot. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:178 Depot Mill Valley & [Mt.] Tamalpais Railroad. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:179 The Start. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California.

 

:180 [Depot. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:181 [Mill Valley depot. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:182 [Mill Valley. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:183 [Mill Valley. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:183a--NEG [Negative. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:184 Mill Valley. Yard and Oil Tank of M.V. & Mt. T.S. Ry. [i.e. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway]. 1905. [From collection of Ada Brown.]

 

:185 [Mill Valley. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:185a [Lacking.]

 

:185b [Lacking.]

 

:186 [Railing pile. Yards. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:187 [Tracks. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:188 [Engine No. 6. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:189 [Bridge. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:190 [Bridge. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:191 Blithedale Canyon. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:192 [Blithedale Canyon? Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:193 Blithedale Canyon. [Engine. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:194 [Blithedale Canyon? Engine. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:195 Horseshoe Bend. [Engine. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:196 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway. Duplicate of 54:140.]

 

:197 Booster. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:198 [Booster car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:199 [Engine and passenger car on Horseshoe Curve. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [Duplicate of 54:200.]

 

:200 Horseshoe Curve. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [Duplicate of 54:199.]

 

:201 Up track from [Fauk?]. [Track. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [Photograph by Edgar A. Cohen.]

 

:201a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:202 [Railway construction scene. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:203 Engine No. 3. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:204 Mount Tamalpais, Marin County, California. [Engine and passenger car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:205 Early Mill Valley. 1890.

 

:206 [Train descending. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:207 Mountain train ascending Mt. Tamalpais. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:208 [Engine No. 8 and freight cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:209 [Engine No. 8 and freight cars. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:209a [Lacking.]

 

:209b [Lacking.]

 

:210 Mt. Tamalpais -- Double Bow Knot and View Toward Golden Gate. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:211 View from the Summit of Mt. Tamalpais, in the distance to the right is San Francisco, in the middle, Goat Island, to the left, Oakland and Berkeley, nearer is Alcatraz Island, Sausalito, Angel Island, Belvedere and Tiburon, in the immediate foreground is the town of Mill Valley, and the double bow knot on the Scenic Railway, as it climbs up the side of the mountain.

 

:212 [Aerial view southward of Mt. Tamalpais, Mill Valley, and San Francisco Bay. Visible are the tracks of the Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:213 [Aerial view of Mt. Tamalpais and the Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:214 The Loops, looking East. [Double Bow Knot. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [No. 7824. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:215 [Train at Double Bow Knot, Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:216 The "Double Bow Knot" -- Track Parallels Itself Five Times. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:217 [Trains at Double Bow Knot, Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:218 [Trains. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:219 [Reproduction of painting of Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:220 [Engine No. 4. October 20, 1918. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:221 Train leaving Bow Knot for the Muir Woods National Park. Marin Co., Cal.

 

:222 Live Oak Point. Muir Woods National Park. Marin Co., Cal.

 

:223 [Workers' camps? Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:224 [Double Bow Knot. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:225 View of S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay, Mill Valley, and Loops on the Mesa. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [No. 7826. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:226 [Engine No. 4. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:227 Engine No. 2 and car on the mountain. [From collection of Mrs Ada Brown.] [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:228 Fern Canyon. [Excursion party on tracks.]

 

:229 M.V. & M.T.R.R. [i.e. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway] No. 498.

 

:230 [Workers on tracks. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:231 [Workers on tracks. West Point Inn. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:232 Train arriving at West Point Tavern. Mt. Tamalpais. Marin Co., Cal. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:233 West Point Inn & Stage Depot. 1906. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:234 Mt. Tamalpais. West Point. View N.E. [actually southeast]. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:235 West Point. [Inn. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:236 At West Point. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:237 [West Point Inn. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:238 West Point Inn and Stage Depot. 1906. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:239 [West Point Inn. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:240 Trains at Double Bow Knot and West Point Inn. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:241 [People at Stage Depot. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:242 [Horse Buggy. Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:243 [Wireless telegraph towers. Mt. Tamalpais?]

 

:244 [Skipped.]

 

:245 Engine No. 2. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:246 "Pieville." Encline plane to wireless telegraph station. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?] [From collection of Ada Brown.]

 

:246a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:246b--NEG [Negative.]

 

:247 Just below the Tavern. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:248 [Engine No. 3. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:249 [Tavern of Tamalpais during construction. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:250 Original Tavern. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:251 [Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:252 The Tavern at Summit. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:253 [Train at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:254 [Tavern of Tamaplais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:255 [Tavern of Tamaplais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:256 [Tavern of Tamaplais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:257 [Train leaving Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:258 [Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:259 Summit of Mt. Tamalpais. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [No. 2MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:260 [Train at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:261 Snow at the Tavern. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Ry. California.

 

:262 [Engines No. 5 and 8. At Tavern? Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway?]

 

:263 First Flight over Mt. Tamalpais. December 19, 1911. [From Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:264 [Train and cars at Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:265 [Engine at Tavern. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:266 [Tavern of Tamalpais, from above. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:267 [Tavern of Tamalpais, from above. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:268 [Train and passengers at Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:269 [Engine No. 5 at Tavern of Tamalpais. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:270 Summit of Mt. Tamalpais. [Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.] [No. 1MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:271 [Tavern of Tamalpais, from above; telegraph towers in distance. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:272 [Engine No. 7 at Tavern of Tamalpais. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:273 [Tavern of Tamalpais. Mill Valley & Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway.]

 

:274 [Gravity car and engine No. 5 at Tavern. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:275 Train ascending Mt. Tamalpais. Marin Co., Cal.

 

:276 Perched 2592 feet above sea level the Tavern atop Mt. Tamalpais, California afords [sic] marvelous views of the San Francisco Bay district.

 

:277 Train passing through the cut on the way to Muir Woods National Park. Mt. Tamalpais, Cal. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:278 Entering Muir Woods National Park. Marin Co., Cal. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:279 [Mountain Home, Mt. Tamalpais. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:280 Mountain Home. [Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:281 [Engine and car. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:282 [Engine. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:283 [Workers on tracks. After slide? Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:284 Near Muir Woods. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:285 [Tracks above valley. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:286 [Tracks through forest. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:287 Muir Inn. [Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.] [No. 9MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 3, approaching Muir Inn. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:288a--NEG [Negative.]

 

:288b--NEG [Negative.]

 

:289 Muir Woods. [Passengers arriving at Muir Inn, Engine No. 3. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:290 [Engine No. 3, at Muir Inn. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:291 [Engine No. 5. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:292 Train arriving at Inn, Muir Woods National Park. Marin Co. [Engine No. 7. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:293 [Engine No. 7. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:294 [Marine Exchange. Lookout and telephone house. Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:295 Marine Exchange. "San Francisco Examiner." Lookout & Telephone House. 1906. [Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:296 [Marine Exchange. Lookout and telephone house. Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:297 [Men at construction site. Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:298 [Unidentified rail workers. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway?]

 

:299 [Freight car and automobiles at Muir Inn. Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway.]

 

:300 Mt. Tamalpais Tavern Burned.

 

:301 On Market Street [San Francisco]. April, 1906. [Tent. Temporary Office and Information Bureau of Mt. Tamalpais Railway. After earthquake and fire.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:301a [Lacking.]

 

:301b--NEG [Negative.]

 

:301c [Lacking.]

Volumes 55-65.

Subseries 5: Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Ca. 1870-ca. 1970

Physical Description: 3, 391 Photographs.
 

Volume 55: Northwestern Pacific Railroad (Standard Gauge) -- Stations, Right of Way -- San Francisco to San Rafael

 

:1 [Reproduction, "Bancroft's Map of Central California." 1869.]

 

:2 Peter Donahue.

 

:3 James Donahue.

 

:4 [Peter?] Donahue. [Reproduction of print portait, based on photographic original.]

 

:5 [Time table. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Reproduced from Petaluma Journal and Argus Press. 1871.]

 

:6 July, 1871. [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 [Reproduction of time schedule, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Reproduced from Petaluma Weekly Argus Press. December, 1873.]

 

:8 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 1891. [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Includes prints 55:10 and 55:11.]

 

:10 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Includes prints 55:9 and 55:11.]

 

:11 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Includes prints 55:9 and 55:10.]

 

:12 [Advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad, 1896. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:13 [Reproduction of time table for mail line trains, March 17, 1889. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 16, 1898.]

 

:15 [Reproduction of cover of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. 1904.]

 

:16 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 2, 1904.]

 

:17 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 2, 1904.]

 

:18 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 2, 1904.]

 

:19 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 2, 1904.]

 

:20 [Reproduction of time table, California Northwestern Railway Company. October 2, 1904.]

 

:21 [Reproduction of Special Rules, California Northwestern Railway Company.]

 

:22 [Reproduction, "Map of California Northwestern Railway and Connections."]

 

:23 [Reproduction, "Map of the Eel River and Eureka Rail Road and Connections."]

 

:24 [Reproduction, "Map of the Southern Division, Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company." 1908.]

 

:25 San Rafael. Depot on Tamalpais Ave. bet. 3rd [i.e. Third] & 4th [i.e. Fourth] Sts. [Reproduction of street map.]

 

:26--NEG [Negative.]

 

:27 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railway Company. 1895.]

 

:28 [Reproduction, "Map of San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad". From time table for June 2, 1879.] [Duplicate of half of 55:29.]

 

:29 [Reproduction of cover of time table for June 2, 1899. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.] [Left half duplicated 55:28.]

 

:30 [Reproduction of time table, San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. June 2, 1879.]

 

:31 [Reproduction of clipping on San Francisco Bay Area railway systems.]

 

:32 [Reproduction of map and time table. California North-Western Railway Company. n.d.]

 

:33 Map of S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] from Tiburon to San Clemente. 1884. [Reproduction.]

 

:34 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] from Sausalito & Tiburon. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:35 [Reproduction of time table, San Francisco and North Pacific Railway?]

 

:36 [Reproduction of page of time table, San Francisco and North Pacific Railway?]

 

:37 [Reproduction of ticket. San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. September 21, 1887.]

 

:38 The New Route. [Story describing new route of San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:39 [Reproduction, "Map showing routes to San Rafael. San Francisco and North Pacific and North Pacific Coast Railroads." 1884.]

 

:40 Map of S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad]. Tiburon to Cloverdale. 1884. [Reproduction.]

 

:41 Donahue Landing. Terminal of S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Until 1884. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:42 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Guerneville Branch.

 

:43 Sonoma County Prismoidal Railway. Norfolk to Near Schellville. 1876. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:44 "Description of Road." [San Francisco and North Pacific Railway? Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:45 Residence of C.A. Bodwell, Lakeville, Vallejo Township, Sonoma County, California. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:46 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 [Time table and map. San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:48 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. 1881.]

 

:49 [Clipping on San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:50 [Clipping on Sonoma Valley Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:51 [Clipping on San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:52 [Clipping on San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:53 [Clipping on San Rafael Omnibus Line. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:54 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. 1890.]

 

:55 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. 1890.]

 

:56 [Description of California Northwestern Railway Company. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:57 [Description of California Northwestern Railway Company. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:58 Residence of Francis C. Wright, Windsor, Sonoma County, California. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:59 Residence of James H. Laughlin, Mark West, Sonoma County, California. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:60 Heald and Guerne, Manufacturers and Dealers in Redwood and Pine Lumber, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc. Guerneville, California. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:61 Lakeville. Donahue Barn & Donahue Landing in Distance.

 

:62 Donahue Landing. Petaluma Creek. Sts. Antelope & James M. Donahue. Southern Terminal of S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Until 1884.

 

:63 Petaluma Creek. Lakeville and Donahue Landing. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:64 Donahue Landing. Terminal of S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Until 1884. [Photograph by W.S. Keefe.]

 

:65 Views of Donahue Landing in 1934 showing all that is left of the wharf and terminal of the S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] which was abandoned when the terminal was moved to Tiburon in May 1884. Photos [including 55:64 and 55:65] by W.S. Keefe.

 

:66 Old Steamer Landing, Petaluma Creek. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:67 Donahue Landing. Petaluma River. 1934.

 

:68 Petaluma Creek. North of Sonoma Landing. T. Wurm. [Reproduction of painting by unidentified artist.]

 

:69 Office of S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad]. 426 Montgomery St.

 

:70 Market Street Ferry Slips. Str. Tiburon.

 

:71 Ferry Building and Docks. [San Francisco.]

 

:72 Stern of Ferryboat looking toward Ferry. [San Francisco Bay.]

 

:73 Passing Alcatraz Island.

 

:74 Sausalito Bound from San Francisco.

 

:75 San Francisco Bound from Sausalito.

 

:76 Sausalito Ferry Depot. Str. Eureka (left).

 

:77 On the Wharf of Sausalito. Snow on Mt. Tamalpais.

 

:78 Panorama of ferry landings and railroad terminal and yards. 1922. [Sausalito.]

 

:79 Bay Scene, Sausalito, Calif.

 

:80 Sausalito. Ukiah passesger train. [Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 Sausalito. Arrival of Eureka train. [Engine No. 22. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 Sausalito, Cal. [Ferry landing. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 Sausalito. Ticket Collectors & Trainmen. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 Sausalito. Willits passenger. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 Northwestern Pacific gold-strike special. [Sausalito station. 1915.]

 

:86 [San Francisco Auto Ferry. Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Sausalito.]

 

:87 Sausalito terminal. 1918. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 Sausalito terminal. Looking west. 1918. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Tracks. Sausalito. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 Sausalito yard tower. Russian River train. [Eng. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 Sausalito. Freight station. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 Sausalito. Freight station. 1960. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [Sausalito. Freight station. 1960. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 Sausalito. Looking east from Napa Street. 1963. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 Sausalito. Looking west from Napa Street. 1963. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Panorama of shops of N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. Sausalito. 1915.

 

:97 Sausalito Roundhouse. Engines No. 23 & No. 113. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 Sausalito Roundhouse. Engines No. 182 & No. 3106. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 Sausalito shops. "Railroadians of America" excursion. Engines No. 23 & No. 109. February 23, 1941. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 Sausalito shops. "Pine Hill" in background. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 Sausalito shops. Old Roundhouse & Tanks. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 Sausalito roundhouse. Engines No. 113 & No. 141. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Sausalito shops. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 Sausalito shops. Engine No. 9. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 Sausalito shops. Ollie McCloud in cab. Dick Whitmore & Orth (L to R). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Roundhouse and turntable. Sausalito shops. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 Sausalito shops. Looking east. Main line on left. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Sausalito shops. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 Pine station (Sausalito). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 Old main line. Waldo. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Omitted.]

 

:112 Passing under Richardson Bay Bridge. Manzanita. 1945. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 Willits Passenger. Manzanita. 1912. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 Eureka passenger. Manzanita. 1939. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 Eureka passenger. South Bound. Manzanita. [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 Formerly Mill Valley Junction (Branch to Mill Valley). [Almonte station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 [Almonte station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 South portal. Corte Madera tunnel. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 North portal. Corte Madera tunnel. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 North portal. Corte Madera tunnel. Chapman. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 Corte Madera. Eureka train. [Engine No. 140 at station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [Corte Madera station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [Engine No. 173. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 Baltimore Park. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 Eureka passenger. Baltimore Park. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 Detour. Between Baltimore Park & Greenbrae. Looking west from highway. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 Detour. H.W. 101 overpass. Looking west. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 Detour. H.W. 101 overpass. Looking east. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 San Francisco. San Rafael & Tiburon Ferry. 1886. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 Ferry Depot. San Francisco. S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific] Depot at north end. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:131 [San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. Tiburon Ferry office. During construction of Ferry Building.]

 

:132 San Francisco. Upper waiting room of N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. [Ferry Building.]

 

:133 San Francisco. State Belt R.R. freight yard. S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific] freight terminal. [May 11, 1906. After earthquake and fire. Photograph by Turrill and Miller.]

 

:134 Str. San Rafael. Union St. wharf. Str. Tiburon. 1889.

 

:135 Passing Alcatraz Island. [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 Angel Island.

 

:137 Steamer Tiburon. Passing Angel Island. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 Tiburon Ferry Landing. 1915.

 

:139 Tiburon. 1884. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:140 Tiburon. 1884. [Ferry landing.]

 

:141 Tiburon Point Landing.

 

:142 Ferry Tiburon arriving at Tiburon.

 

:143 Tiburon from the bay.

 

:144 Ferry landing. Tiburon. 1902.

 

:145 Tiburon. Freight landing.

 

:146 Tiburon. 1890.

 

:147 Tiburon. Commuters going ashore.

 

:148 Tiburon. San Rafael local train. 1900. [Engine No. 3. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:149 S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. Tiburon, Cal. Sep. 20, 1903.

 

:150 Tiburon. 1915. [Ferry landing.]

 

:151 Ferry landing. Tiburon.

 

:152 Tiburon. Arrival of San Rafael passenger. [Engine No. 7. San Francisco and North Pacific Railway.]

 

:153 Train arriving at Tiburon. [Engine No. 7. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:154 Ferry buildings. Tiburon.

 

:155 Tiburon. 1909. [Engine No. 22. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 Tiburon. Train shed. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 Tiburon Depot. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 Tiburon. 1895. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:159 Tiburon. 1909. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:160 Tiburon yard. 1945. Angel Island in background. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 Tibuorn Yard. 1960. [Freight cars. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 Tiburon. Freight slip. 1960. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 Tiburon yard. 1960. [Engine No. 5327. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 Tiburon shops and yard. 1960.

 

:165 Point Tiburon, from the Bay. [Photograph by Britton & Rey.]

 

:166 Point Tiburon, from the shore. [Photograph by Britton & Rey.]

 

:167 Panorama of Tiburon. Depot & Shops. 1901.

 

:168 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] Railroad Depot. Tiburon, California.

 

:169 Yards and shops at Point Tiburon. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 Belvedere and Golden Gate from Tiburon.

 

:171 Tiburon. Ferry Slip & Depot. 1912. (Panel 1.) Tiburon store room. [Panorama includes 55:171-174.]

 

:172 Tiburon. Round House. 1912. (Panel 2.) [Panorama includes 55:171-174.]

 

:173 Tibuorn. Shops. 1912. (Panel 3.) [Panorama includes 55:171-174.]

 

:174 Tiburon. Shops and yard. 1912. (Panel 4.) [Panorama includes 55:171-174.]

 

:175 Tiburon. Machine shop & turntable. 1909. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 Tiburon. Shops, roundhouse and yard. 1914. Shops destroyed by fire in 1923. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 Tiburon. Shops and yard. 1950. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:178 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad]. Shops. Tiburon, Calif.

 

:179 Tiburon. 1935. [Shops. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 Tiburon. 1935. [Yards. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:181 [Men at shop. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:182 Tiburon Roundhouse. 1959. V. Sappers. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 Tiburon Altering Roundhouse. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:184 Tiburon Yard. [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 Tiburon Yard. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 Tiburon Roundhouse. 1925. Engines: 114-54-230-300-23-171-170-178-132-180? [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:187 Tiburon. Round house.

 

:188 Tiburon. Freight shed. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:189 Tiburon. Paint shop. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:190 Tiburon. Store room. 1906. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:191 Tiburon shops. 1961. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:192 Tiburon shops. 1961. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 Tiburon. Shop office and yard. 1964. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:194 Tiburon yard. 1964. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:195 Tiburon yard. 1964. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:196 Tiburon. Car repair crew. 1900. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 Tiburon yard. 1935.

 

:198 Tiburon. Water tank west of yard. 1958.

 

:199 West of Tiburon yard. 1958.

 

:200 [House boats. Tiburon Bay.]

 

:201 [Tiburon ferry landing. From San Francisco Bay.]

 

:202 Passenger train. Hilarita. 1899.

 

:203 Hilarita. MP. 8.

 

:204 Hilarita. Excursion train. 1899. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 Once a hayfield, now the Blevedere Tennis Club and Little Reed Park. [Tracks.]

 

:206 Near Hilarita. 1908. [Engine No. 9? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:207 Near Hilarita. 1908. [Engine No. 16. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:208 Long Trestle. Between Hilarita and Reed. 1935.

 

:209 Long Trestle. Between Hilarita and Reed. 1935.

 

:210 Between Hilarita and Reed. 1950. [Engine No. 2459. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:211 Between Hilarita and Reed. 1950. [Trestle. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:212 Trestle. Belveron. 1950. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:213 Trestle. Belveron. 1950. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:214 Trestle. Belveron. 1963. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:215 Trestle. Belveron. 1963. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:216 Tunnel No. 1. Between Hilarita and Reed. 585 feet. M.P. 9.47. 1950. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:217 Tunnnel No. 1. 1961. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:218 Tunnel No. 1. North Portal. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:219 Interior, Tunnel No. 1. 1950. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:220 [Reed station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:221 Reed. Looking east.

 

:222 Reed. Looking west.

 

:223 Reed. M.P. 10. Tunnel equipment. 1949.

 

:224 Tunnel No. 2. East Portal. Reed. 1949.

 

:225 Tunnel No. 2. West Portal. 1949.

 

:226 Tunnel No. 2. East Portal. Between Reed & San Clemente. 1848.8 Ft. MP-10.29.

 

:227 Between Tunnel No. 2 and Meadowsweet. 1949.

 

:228 Between Tunnel and Meadowsweet. 1962. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:229 North of Tunnel No. 2. 1962. [Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:229a-229d--NEG Tunnel No. 2 and Meadowsweet. 1942. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 San Clemente. M.P. 11. Later called Meadowsweet. [1909.]

 

:231 Night Eureka Passenger Train. South of Greenbrae (detour). [Engine No. 2318.]

 

:232 Measowsweet. M.P. 11. Formerly San Clemente. 1950.

 

:233 Approaching Greenbrae. [Train. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 Corte Madera Creek Drawbridge. 1942. [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 Greenbrae. 1888. [Engine No. 13. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:236 Greenbrae. 1948. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 Greenbrae. 1964. [Trestle. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:238 Greenbrae. 1964. [Overpass. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:239 Greenbrae. 1964. [Overpass. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:240 Greenbrae. 1964. [Overpass. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:241 Greenbrae. 1964. [Overpass. Southern Pacifc Railroad.]

 

:242 Greenbrae. M.P. 13½. 1906. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:243 [Greenbrae station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 [Greenbrae station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:245 Greenbrae. Eureka passenger train. 1938. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 Greenbrae. Eureka passenger train. 1938. [Engine No. 142. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 Tunnel No. 3. North of Greenbrae. 1104.6 ft. M.P. 15.17. South Portal. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 South Portal. Tunnel No. 3. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 North Portal. Tunnel No. 3. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 North of Tunnel No. 3. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 Approaching California Park. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 California Park. Formerly Schuetzen Park. MP. 16. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 Schuetzen Park. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 San Rafael. Auburn Street Overpass. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:255 San Rafael. Highway 101 Underpass. 1957. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 San Rafael. Highway 101 Undercrossing. 1963. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 San Rafael. Highway 101 Underpass. 1963. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 San Rafael. Junction of Old San Quentin Branch. 1963. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 Map showing railroad right-of-way. [Reproduction. "Map of the City of San Rafael."]

 

:260 San Rafael. Second Street crossing. [Tracks. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 San Rafael. Irwin Street crossing. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:262 San Rafael. Aerial view of railroad right-of-way.

 

:263 S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] Depot at San Rafael. 1884. Engine No. 8 ( San Rafael). [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:264 San Rafael Station. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.] [Photograph by Britton & Rey.]

 

:265 Depot of the S.F. & N.P.R.R [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad], San Rafael.

 

:266 San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad (Broad Gauge) Depot, San Rafael. [Reproduction from unidentified print source.]

 

:267 S.F. and N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] (Broad Gauge) Depot, San Rafael, (Looking East from the Town.) [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:268 Interior of the S.F. and N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] (Broad Gauge) Depot, San Rafael. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:269 San Rafael. 1912. From San Francisco via Tiburon, 15.33 miles. From San Francisco via Sausalito and Detour, 17.0 miles. From San Francisco via San Anselmo, 18.0 miles. [Depot. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 San Rafael. 1889. [Horse car. At tracks of San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:271 San Rafael. [Station. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 [San Rafael station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 San Rafael. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 San Rafael. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 San Rafael. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:276 San Rafael. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 Toll road crossing -- San Rafael -- looking east showing line of travel to Richmond ferry. Irwin Street and freight house in distance. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:278 San Rafael. N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] main office & station.

 

:279 Main Depot. [San Rafael. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 Union Depot, San Rafael, Calif. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:281 [San Rafael depot. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:283 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 San Rafael. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 Northwestern Pacific Railroad Buildings. "B" Street. San Rafael.

 

:289 [Reproduction of time table. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. 1876. From Petaluma Weekly Argus Job Press.]

 

:290 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations for Employees. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:291 [Reproduction of time table. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:292 [Reproduction of Rules and Regulations. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:293 [Reproduction of advertisement. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad and others.]

 

:294 [Reproduction of advertisement. San Francisco and North Pacific and Sonoma Valley Railroads.]

 

:295 [Reproduction of advertisement. Santa Rosa and Carquinez Railroad and Sonoma Valley Railroad.]

 

:296 [Reproduction of time table. Sonoma Valley and Sonoma and Santa Rosa Railroads. 1883.]

 

:297 [Reproduction of time table. Sonoma Valley Railroad. 1885.]

 

:298 [Reproduction of time table. Marin and Napa and Sonoma Valley Railroads. 1883.]

 

:299 [Reproduction of time table. 1889. Sonoma Valley Railroad?]

 

:300 [Reproduction of time table. 1889. Sonoma Valley Railroad?]

 

:301 [Reproduction of time table. Guerneville Branch. 1935. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:302 [Reproduction of time table. Guerneville Branch. 1923. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:303 [Reproduction of advertisement describing Marin County routes of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 [Reproduction of table of distances and train schedules. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 56: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Stations, Right of Way -- San Rafael to Willits

 

:1 Railroad Depot, San Rafael. 1884. [San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad. Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:2 San Rafael Depot (right center). 1886. [San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad] Depot at San Rafael. Cloverdale passenger train. 1884. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:4 Third St. crossing and union depot. San Rafael. East Tamalpais Avenue. 1927. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 San Rafael Union Depot. West Tamalpais Avenue. 1927. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 Fourth Street Crossing. San Rafael. 1927. [At station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael. West from Tamalpais Ave. 1927. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 Interior. San Rafael depot. 1898. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 San Rafael Depot & General Office. Tamalpais Ave. & 4th [i.e. Fourth] St. 1962. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 [San Rafael station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 Tamalpais Ave. bet. 4th [i.e. Fourth] & 5th [i.e. Fifth] Sts. 1935. [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 San Rafael Engine House. San Rafael Baths. 1898.

 

:13 Tamalpais Avenue bet. 5th [i.e. Fifth] & 6th [i.e. Sixth] Sts. 1895. [San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 Tamalpais Avenue bet. 5th [i.e. Fifth] St. & Mission Ave. 1935. [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 San Rafael. [Unidentified engine. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 Tamalpais Avenue. So. of Mission Ave. 1962. [Tracks. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 Mission Ave. crossing. 1962. [Tracks. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 North from 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. 1940. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 North from 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. 1940. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 North from 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. 1940. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 Mission Avenue crossing. 1940. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 Mission Street. San Rafael. 1927. [Crossing. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 San Rafael. Pacheco St. Crossing. 1959. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 [The Redwood from Eureka drops down Puerto Suelo Hill into San Rafael in afternoon. Tri-weekly train now leaves S.R. on Mon., Thurs. and Sat. and returns on Tues., Fri. and Sun. Run was extremely popular last summer. [Engine No. 5328. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 San Rafael. Paloma Ave. crossing. 1959. [Tracks. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 San Rafael. Paloma Ave. crossing. Lk. north. 1962. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 San Rafael. Linden Lane overpass. 1963. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 Grand Avenue, San Rafael. 1927. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 View on the S.F. & N.P.R.R. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad], north of San Rafael.

 

:30 ½ -mile north of San Rafael. 1907. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 South of Grand Avenue. 1956. [San Rafael. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 North of Grand Avenue. 1956. [San Rafael. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 One mile north of San Rafael. 1956. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 Glen Park. San Rafael. 1898. [Tracks. San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 View south from over tunnel No. 4. One mile north of San Rafael. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:36 South of tunnel No. 4. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:37 Tunnel No. 4. South Portal. Glen Park, San Rafael. M.P. 18.16 -- 1350 feet. 1935. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:38 Tunnel No. 4. South Portal. 1960. Destroyed by fire and evacuated. July 20, 1961. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 Tunnel No. 4. North Portal. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 North Portal. Tunnel No. 4. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 North Portal. Tunnel No. 4. Cerro. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 Cerro. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:43 [Cerro. Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 Cerro. [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 Cerro. [Train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 Near Forbes. [Engine No. 141. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 Cerro. [Engine No. 178. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 Forbes. Formerly Golf. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 Forbes overpass. 1960. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 Forbes overpass. 1945. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 East of Forbes. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 Gallinas Creek. Engine No. 2. [San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 Gallinas Creek. [Drawbridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 Gallinas. 1962. [Bridge over creek. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 [Gallinas. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:56 [Saint Vincent station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:57 [Saint Vincent station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:58 Hamilton A.F.B. [i.e. Air Force Base]. [Railroad Ticket Office. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 Hamilton Airforce Base. [Railroad Ticket Office. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Ignacio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 [Ignacio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 [Ignacio station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 Ignacio. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63a--NEG Ignacio.

 

:64 Ignacio. 1949. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 Ignacio. Freight house. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 Ignacio. Pumping station. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66a--NEG Ignacio station: demolition, September 25, 1962.

 

:66b--NEG Ignacio station: demolition, September 25, 1962.

 

:67 Novato. 1880. [Station in foreground. San Francisco & North Pacific Railroad?]

 

:68 Arrival of train. Novato, Cal. 1914. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 Railway station at Novato. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 [Novato French Cheese Factory. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 Novato, Cal. 1914. [Station, center. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:72 1918. [Novato station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 Station. In the Valley of No Regrets. Novato, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 Novato. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 Novato. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 Novato. [Engine No. 5328. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 [Novato station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 1939. Novato. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 [Novato station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 [Novato station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80a Novato freight depot. 1938. [4 x 5 negative.]

 

:81 Freight Depot. [Novato. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 Burdell Station. (U.S. 101, Mera Monte.) [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 March, 1952. South of Haystack. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 March, 1952. Haystack. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 [Haystack. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 [Haystack. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:87 Haystack. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 Petaluma River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 Petaluma River. Near Petaluma. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 Petaluma River. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 Petaluma. [Yards. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 Petaluma. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 N.W. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific?] Railroad, Petaluma, Cal. [Engine No. 112 at station.]

 

:94 R.R. Depot, Petaluma, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [Petaluma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 [Petaluma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Petaluma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] Depot. Petaluma, California. [Photograph by Sunset Studio.]

 

:99 Northwestern Pacific Depot. Petaluma, Cal. [Engine No. 114.]

 

:100 [Petaluma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Petaluma station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 Petaluma Express Office. Old Depot. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Petaluma Express Office. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:104 Petaluma R.H. [i.e. roundhouse]. Engine No. 19 (S.F. & N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific].)

 

:105 Petaluma Pump House. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 Lk. So. [Crown. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 Lk. So. [Crown. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Penn Grove station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:109 [Penn Grove station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Penn Grove station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:111 [Omitted.]

 

:112 Penn Grove. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 Penn Grove. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 Penn Grove. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:115 Penn Grove. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 Penn Grove. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 Cotati. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 [Cotati station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 [Cotati station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 Wilfred. [Highway overpass. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [Engine No. 10. Santa Rosa station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 Northwestern Pacific Depot. Santa Rosa, Cal.

 

:123 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Depot, Santa Rosa. [No. 83S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:124 Santa Rosa. 1912. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 Santa Rosa. Express Office. [November 7, 1951. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Santa Rosa station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 Santa Rosa. Freight office. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 Santa Rosa. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Santa Rosa station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:130 [Santa Rosa station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 Santa Rosa. 8th [i.e. Eighth] Street. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 Fruit Cannery, Santa Rosa. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 93S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:133 April 18, 1906. [Ruins of flour mill, after earthquake. Cf. 56:134.]

 

:134 [Santa Rosa Flour Mills, at tracks of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 California Wine Asso. Santa Rosa. [At tracks of Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 95S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:136 Merritt Fruit Co., Santa Rosa. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 94S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:137 Fulton. [Engines No. 5 and 16. At station. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 Fulton. [Engines No. 5, 17, and 21. At station. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138a--NEG San Francisco and North Pacific near Fulton? [4 x 5 negative.]

 

:139 [Fulton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 [Fulton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 [Fulton station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 [Fulton station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:143 Windsor. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 [Windsor station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:145 [Windsor station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:146 [Recreational scene. Russian River. Howe Truss bridge, near Healdsburg. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:147 Bridge Crossing Russian River, Near Healdsburg. [Howe Truss Bridge. Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:148 Howe Truss bridge crossing Russian River at Healdsburg. 1880. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [From collection of S. Wagner.]

 

:149 Healdsburg. [Howe Truss Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:150 Healdsburg. [Howe Truss Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:151 Healdsburg. 1958. [Howe Truss Bridge. Southern Pacific train.]

 

:152 Healdsburg. 1958. [Howe Truss Bridge at Russian River.]

 

:153 Russian River. Healdsburg. [Howe Truss Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 Healdsburg. [Howe Truss Bridge at Russian River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 Healdsburg. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 Healdsburg. Looking east. April, 1940. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 Depot at Healdsburg, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Healdsburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Depot. Healdsburg. [No. 146S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:160 Healdsburg station. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:161 [Healdsburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:162 [Ethel Graves? Healdsburg station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 Healdsburg. [Station scene. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 Russian River Packing Co. Healdsburg. [No. 250S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:165 Winery, Healdsburg. [No. 147S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:166 Chiquita. [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 [Engine No. 23, a 4-4-0 type, viewed from the Russian River highway bridge south of Hopland. Photographed by Douglas Richter, March 16, 1941.] [Information supplied by Allen Tacy of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Historical Society.]

 

:168 Vineyards around Chiquita. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad train.]

 

:169 Lytton. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 Lytton. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 [Lytton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 Nervo. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Where vineyards have supplanted forest. Near Asti, California. [No. 34 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:174 [Geyserville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 [Geyserville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:176 [Geyserville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:177 [Geyserville station. Engine No. 2708.]

 

:178 [Geyserville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:179 [Geyserville station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:180 Asti. [Northwestern Pacific cars.]

 

:181 Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [Graves' note: Santa Rosa, 1886. Depot destroyed by fire July 9, 1903.] [No. 284S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:182 Asti. [Engine No. 172. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:183 Northwestern Pacific R.R. Depot. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [No. 293S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:184 [Vineyards? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:185 [Trestle. Near vineyards? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:186 Shipping wine. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 355S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:187 Vineyards. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [No. 259S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:188 Vineyards. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [No. 258S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:189 Shipping brandy. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 354S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:190 Office. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 357S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:191 Unloading fuil [sic] oil. Italian-Swiss Colony, Asti, California. [No. 295S. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:192 Asti. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:193 [Cloverdale station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:194 [Cloverdale station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:195 View to south. Cloverdale station. [January 7, 1954. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:196 [Cloverdale station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:197 [Cloverdale station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:198 Cloverdale. [Station, left center. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:199 Cloverdale. [Station, center. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:200 Cloverdale. [Station. Engine No. 134. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:201 Cloverdale. [Engine No. 3106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:202 Cloverdale. [Engine No. 2530. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:203 [Cloverdale station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:204 Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:205 Tunnel No. 5. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:206 View on the S.F. and N.P. [i.e. San Francisco and North Pacific]. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:207 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. [No. 33 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:208 [Preston station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:209 Preston, Cal. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:210 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Passenger train at Preston. [Engine No. 21.] [No. 6 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:211 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Along Russian River. [No. 5 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:212 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Russian River. [No. 12 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:213 [Train. Along Russian River? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:214 Sonoma Mendocino Line. Tunnel No. 7. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:215 Tunnel No. 7. Sonoma-Mendocino Line. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:216 [Tunnel No. 7? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:217 Tunnel No. 7. [Sonoma-Mendocino line. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:218 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Russian River at Tunnel Number Seven. [No. 8 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:219 Echo Camp at Echo Tunnel. Between Cloverdale and Ukiah. S.F. & N.P. Ry. [i.e. San Francisco & North Pacific Railway]. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:220 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. In Echo Cañon. [No. 9 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:221 Commisky [i.e. Cummiskey]. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:222 Commisky [i.e. Cummiskey]. [Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:223 Commisky [i.e. Cummiskey]. [Trestle. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:224 Commisky [i.e. Cummiskey]. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:225 Commisky [i.e. Cummiskey]. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:226 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Vineyards, Cummiskey. [No. 3 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:227 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Passenger train at Cummiskey. [Engine No. 21.] [No. 4 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:228 Squaw Rock. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:229 Tunnel No. 8. Squaw Rock. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:230 Squaw Rock. [Tunnel No. 8. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:231 Scene Along the Picturesque Route. Squaw Rock. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:232 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Squaw Rock. [No. 13 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:233 Squaw Rock. [Tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:234 Squaw Rock. [Tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:235 Pieta. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:236 Pieta. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:237 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Pieta. Stages for Lake Co. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:238 Hopland. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:239 Hopland. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:240 Hopland. [Horse coaches at station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:241 Hopland. [Engine No. 23. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:242 San Francisco and North Pacific at Hopland. 1893. Gilbert Kneiss.

 

:243 Hopland. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:244 Northwestern Pacific Railroad Station. Hopland, Calif.

 

:245 [Hopland station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:246 [Freight cars. Hopland. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:247 [Engine No. 114. Hopland. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:248 Largo. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:249 [Largo station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:250 [Tracks. Near Largo? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:251 Ukiah Valley. [Field workers. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:252 Ukiah. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:253 Ukiah. 112.32 Miles from San Francisco (O.L.). 1890. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:254 Fruit Cannery, Ukiah. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 15M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:255 [Ukiah station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:256 Ukiah. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:257 Ukiah. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:258 Ukiah. 114.0 miles from San Francisco (N.L.). 1952. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:259 Ukiah. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:260 Ukiah. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:261 [Ukiah station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:262 Ukiah Roundhouse. 1900. [Engines No. 21, 20, 32, and 1. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:263 Ukiah. [Engine No. 136. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:264 [Calpella station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:265 Redwood Valley. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:266 [Redwood Valley station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:267 [Redwood Valley station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:268 Redwood Valley. [Water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:269 Redwood Valley. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:270 Laughlin. M.P. 124.0. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:271 Laughlin. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:272 McGee Fill. M.P. 125.0. View west. [June 18, 1949. Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:273 McGee Fill. [Double header train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:274 McGee Fill. [Freight train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:275 Approaching the Summit on the California Northwestern Railway, between Ukiah and Willits.

 

:276 Rocky Point. [Along Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:277 Along C.N. Ry. [i.e. California Northwestern Railway].

 

:278 No. "16" South bound. [Engine No. 30. California Northwestern Railway?]

 

:279 [Near Ridgewood Summit? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:280 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Near Ridgewood. [No. 20 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:281 Ridgewood. [Engine at water tank. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:282 The First Snow. Ridgewood. [Station. California Northwestern Railway.]

 

:283 No. "34" at Ridgewood. [Station. San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad.]

 

:284 [Tracks at Ridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:285 June 18, 1949. Ridge. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:286 [Ridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:287 June 18, 1949. [Ridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:288 June 18, 1949. [Ridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:289 June 19, 1949. [Ridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:290 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Near Ridgewood. [No. 14 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:291 Scene along C.N. Ry. [i.e. California Northwestern Railway]. [Near Ridgewood?]

 

:292 June 19, 1949. [Near Ridgewood? Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:293 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Berry culture at Ridgewood. [No. 21 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:294 Along C.N. Ry. [i.e. California Northwestern Railway].

 

:295 Along the scenic Northwestern Pacific. Near Ridgewood. [No. 19 N.W.P. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:296 Track reflection. [Near Ridgewood? California Northwestern Railway.]

 

:297 Willits. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:298 Willits. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:299 [Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:300 [Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:301 Willits. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:302 Willits. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:303 [Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:304 Northwestern Pacific R.R. depot, Willits. [No. 182M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:305 First through passenger train to Eureka. December 1, 1914. [Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:306 [Gathering celebrating first through passenger train to Eureka. Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:307 Willits. [Roundhouse. Engines No. 131 and 106. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:308 Willits. [Train yard. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:309 Roundhouse. Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:310 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad]. Yards at Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966.

 

:311 Willits. [Engine No. 196. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:312 Storage yards. Northwestern Redwood Co. Willits. [Station in distance. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 147M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:313 Storage yards, Northwestern Redwood Co. Willits. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 173M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:314 Unloading lumber. Northwestern Redwood Co. Willits. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 149M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:315 [Roundhouse, Willits. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:316 [Roundhouse and turntable, Willits. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:317 [Roundhouse and turntable, Willits. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:318 [Tracks at roundhouse, Willits. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

Volume 57: Northwestern Pacific Railroad -- Stations, Right of Way -- Willits to Eureka

 

:1 [Willits station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:2 Depot at Willits. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:3 A glimpse of Sherwood Valley. [Along Southern Pacific Railroad.] [No. 235M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:4 Outlet Creek. North of Willits. [Bridge. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:5 Outlet. M.P. 144. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:6 [Outlet station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:7 Arnold. M.P. 149. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:8 [Outlet Creek Bridge. M.P. 151.14. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:9 Outlet Creek. [Bridge. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:10 Outlet Creek. [Bridge. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:11 Longvale. M.P. 153. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:12 Farley. M.P. 158. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:13 Tatu. M.P. 162. [Train at water tank. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:14 Tatu. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:15 Between Farley and Tatu. [Tracks. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:16 Dos Rios. M.P. 167. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:17 [Dos Rios station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:18 [Dos Rios station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:19 [June 18, 1949. Freight cars. Dos Rios station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:20 Tunnel 16. [Engine No. 180. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 Tunnel 17, between Dos Rios and Woodman. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:22 Between Tunnels 16-17. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:23 Woodman. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:24 Tunnel 20. Near Nashmead. [June 18, 1949. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:25 Nashmead. [June 18, 1949. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:26 Northside, Tunnel 16. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:27 Northside, Tunnel 16. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:28 [Tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:29 [Tunnel. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:30 Tunnel 18. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:31 Tunnel 18. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:32 [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:33 [Spyrock station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:34 [Spyrock station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:35 Spyrock. [Camp at river.]

 

:36 Spyrock. On the line of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Tunnel 23.

 

:37 Ramsey. [Station.]

 

:38 Island Mountain. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:39 [June 19, 1949. Island Mountain Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:40 View south. [June 18, 1949. Island Mountain station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:41 Island Mountain. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:42 Island Mountain. [June 19, 1949. Southern Pacific train.]

 

:43 Island Mtn. View south. [June 18, 1949. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:44 Tunnel 27. [Bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:45 [Tunnel 27, bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:46 [Tunnel 27, bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:47 Island Mountain, Tunnel 27. [Bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:48 Tunnel 27. [Bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:49 Tunnel 27. [Bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:50 Tunnel 27. [Bridge over Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:51 Kekawaka. [Engine No. 182. Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:52 Kekawaka. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:53 [Kekawaka station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:54 Cain Rock, Eel River. [June 18, 1949. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:55 Cain Rock Bridge. N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad].

 

:56 N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] completion. Oct. 23, 1914. Cain Rock.

 

:57 "Driving the Golden Spike." Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Cain Rock. October 23rd, 1914.

 

:58 Alderpoint. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:59 [Alderpoint station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:60 [Alderpoint station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:61 [Alderpoint station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:62 View south. [June 18, 1949. Alderpoint station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:63 Alderpoint. [Engine No. 141. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:64 Alderpoint. [June 18, 1949. Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:65 Fort Seward. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:66 Fort Seward. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:67 [Fort Seward station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:68 Fort Seward. Looking south. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:69 [Fort Seward station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:70 Fort Seward. [Freight cars. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:71 Depot. Fort Seward. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.

 

:72 Brock Creek. June 19, 1949. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:73 Brock Creek. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:74 Between Brock Creek and Eel Rock. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:75 [Eel Rock station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:76 Eel Rock. Tunnel 38. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:77 So. Fork, Eel Rock. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:78 Near Eel Rock. [Bridge. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:79 Sequoia. [Station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:80 View to S.E. [McCann station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:81 [South Fork station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:82 [South Fork station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:83 View N.W. [South Fork station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:84 Eel River. [Engine No. 138. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:85 Junction. Eel River & So. Fork. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:86 Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Bridge. South Fork, Calif. 1945. [Photograph by Stanley Borden.]

 

:87 [Shively station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:88 [Shively station. Engine No. 2855. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:89 [Elinor station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:90 Elinor. [Unidentified group portrait at station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:91 Scotia. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:92 [June 19, 1949. Scotia station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:93 [July, 1940. Scotia station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:94 [Scotia station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:95 [September, 1956. Scotia station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:96 Scotia Bluffs. [Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:97 [Train at Scotia Bluffs. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:98 [Train at Scotia Bluffs. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:99 [Tracks at Scotia Bluffs. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:100 [Scotia Bluffs, Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:101 [Scotia Bluffs, Eel River. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:102 [Scotia Bluffs, Eel River. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:103 Scotia Bluffs. Where the N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Runs Parallel with Eel River.

 

:104 Metropolitan. [Tracks outside of town. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:105 Van Dulen River. [Bridge. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:106 [Alton station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:107 [Engine No. 15. At Alton. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:108 [Alton. Engine No. 5327. Southern Pacific train.]

 

:109 [Alton station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:110 [Alton station. Eel River and Eureka Railroad?]

 

:111 Burnell's [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:112 Carlotta. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:113 Carlotta. [Station. Logging train. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:114 Northwestern Pacific Railroad. Depot. Carlotta, Calif. 1946. [Photograph by Stanley Borden.]

 

:115 [Carlotta station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:116 Carlotta. [Engine No. 182. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:117 Rohnerville. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:118 Rohnerville. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:119 Fortuna. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:120 [July, 1940. Fortuna station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:121 [July, 1940. Fortuna station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:122 [July, 1940. Fortuna station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:123 [July, 1940. Fortuna station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 13. Fortuna station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:125 [Fernbridge station. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 138. Fernbridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:127 Fernbridge. [Engine No. 179. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:128 July, 1940. [Fernbridge station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:129 [Engine No. 2580. Fernbridge station. Southern Pacific train.]

 

:130 Singley's. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:131 Singley's. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:132 Loleta. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:133 [Loleta station. Engine No. 2. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:134 [Loleta station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:135 [Loleta station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:136 Table Bluff. Watchman's house. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:137 Table Bluff. Tunnel 40. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:138 Tunnel No. 40. Loleta. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:139 [Beatrice station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:140 Beatrice. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:141 Beatrice. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:142 Beatrice. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:143 South Bay shops. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:144 South Bay.

 

:145 N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] train at South Bay. [Engine No. 145.]

 

:146 Northwestern Pacific Railroad and Bucksport & Elk River Railroad crossing. Elk River. 1948. [Photograph by Stanley Borden.]

 

:147 Bucksport crossing. [Crossing of Northwestern Pacific Railroad and Bucksport & Elk River Railroad.]

 

:148 Eureka. [Tracks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:149 Eureka. [Station. Santa Fe Railroad.]

 

:150 Eureka. Car shed taken down. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:151 [Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:152 [Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:153 [Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:154 [July, 1940. Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:155 [July, 1940. Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:156 Eureka depot. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:157 Eureka Depot Arcade. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:158 [Eureka station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:159 Eureka. [Station. San Francisco & Northwestern Railway Company?]

 

:160 Eureka. [Train at station. San Francisco & Northwestern Railway Company?]

 

:161 Eureka. [Northwestern Pacific Freight Station.]

 

:162 Eureka. [Roundhouse. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:163 Eureka Slough (?). [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:164 [Arcata station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:165 [Arcata station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:166 Essex. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:167 Fieldbrook. [Engine No. 11. Bucksport & Elk River Railroad.]

 

:168 Crannell (Bullwinkle). [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:169 Crannell. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:170 Luffenholz. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:171 Trinidad. [Station. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:172 Railroad station. Trinidad, Cal. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:173 Samoa. Eng. No. 6. [Northwestern Pacific Railroad?]

 

:174 Samoa. [At freight docks. Northwestern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:175 Bridge for the Pacific Lumber Company's Railroad over the Van Duzen.

 

:176 Alton Depot. (Junction of the Eel River and Eureka Railroad with the Pacific Lumber Co.'s Railroad.)

 

:177 Alton Junction, Eel River and Eureka Railroad. [Reproduced from Overland Monthly.]

 

:178 Depot of the Eel River and Eureka Railroad Company, at Fortuna.

 

:179 Fortuna Station of the Eel River & Eureka Railroad. Copied from an old copy of Overland Monthly.

 

:180 A lumber train on the E.R. & E.R.R. [i.e. Eel River and Eureka Railroad] passing Salmon-Creek Station.

 

:181 South Bay (Field's Landing). Eel River and Eureka R.R. Copied from picture in an old Overland Monthly. [Duplicate of 57:183.]