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Steam and Diesel: Quincy Railroad #2 and Western Pacific 918D

Buy this picture Niles Canyon Railways’ steam engine Quincy Railroad Company No. 2, an ALCO 2-6-2T built in 1924, and the Western Pacific 918-D, a 1950 built General Motors EMD F-7 Diesel share the tracks at Vallejo Mills near Sunol, California. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio Contact

Venting Steam

Buy this picture Quincy Railroad No. 2 vents steam at the NCRy Sunol Depot. Built in 1924 by ALCO in Schenectady, NY, the Quincy Railroad No. 2 spent the first few years of its career hauling rock, concrete, and very large gasoline-powered shovels for the construction of the Bucks Ranch Dam from 1925 to 1927. […]

Quincy Railroad No. 2 Steam Engine

Steam engine pulls a set of passenger cars through Niles Canyon.