Niles Canyon Railway (NCRY)

Robert Dollar No. 3

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Clover Valley Lumber

Clover Valley Lumber 4, Baldwin 2-6-6-2T

According to good sources, Clover Valley Lumber 4 was built in 1924 by Baldwin as a 2-6-6-2T, builders number 57684.
The disposition of this locomotive is, Built new as Clover Valley Lumber Co. No. 4, Loyalton, CA, became Feather River Lumber Co. No. 4, Loyalton, CA, yhen Tahoe Timber Co. of Nevada (stationary boiler use only), Verdi, NV, Acquired by PLA, July 1973, In service, Castro Point Railway, 1973 to 1985, Stored serviceable, Niles Canyon Railway, Sunol, CA. Returned to service there.
Mallet Double header at Brightside
An eastbound "NCRy Pro Railfan Event" mallet double header passes the crossing at Brightside, near Sunol, CA on Saturday, September 7, 2019. The lead mallet is the Skookum and the second is Clover Valley Number 4. Bringing up the rear is Yosemite Valley 330.

OCSR 7 Baldwin 2-4-4-2, "Skookum"

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Robert Dollar Lumber Company 3, ALCo 2-6-2T

Robert Dollar Lumber Company No. 3, ALCo 2-6-2T
The No. 3 was built for the Walter A. Woodard Lumber Company of Cottage Grove, Oregon, in November 1927 by American Locomotive Company (ALCO) of Schenectady, New York. [More Info]
  • At 10:55 am on July 7, 2012 Susan Sloan (Susie) and I waited at the grade crossing at Brightside, two miles west of the Sunol depot on the Niles Canyon Railway for Robert Dollar 2-6-2T No.3.
    Nikon D3200 HD Digital Video Capture Frame: 2012070701_001v.1

Western Pacific

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