So today we visited Sacramento, as I had only been to the State Railway Museum. Near the station we have a CAF LRV and a Siemens-Duewag U2A.
Behind the U2A was another U2A, #124.
And another unidentified U2A, this one in a newer paint scheme.
And behind that was another U2A, #128.Parked on the switch was an unidentified CAF LRV.
Here is what their day passes looked like.
We hopped on a CAF LRV to the Capitol Building. This is the interior.
Here is a Watt/I-80 bound CAF LRV near the Capitol Building.
Here’s the Capitol Building.Clearly Sacramento hasn’t got over the Christmas Rush yet.Standing outside of the Stanford House was this big Orange tree.
I’m feeling lazy, so here’s some Stanford House pictures.
Yolobus = Bossbus.
Back at Sac Valley we have Siemens-Duewag #128, which was our ride back.116 was the mystery U2A with the new scheme.
Here’s a video of the Sacramento RT.
I figured that now would be as good a time as any to show all the trains I saw during this short trip to Davis.
Back at Toad Hollow, we have this strange street-sweeping contraption.
Ollie was clearly ready to go.
However we swung by the Railway Museum, but we couldn’t go inside as the lines were too long. So we just looked at the outside exhibits instead, like this UP caboose that was on display.
The lighting sucked, but here’s a passenger coach from Southern Pacific.
And here’s a steam engine.
Old Sacramento was clearly falling apart.
Apparently you needed a ticket to go inside the shed. S***.
The railroad museum’s 44-tonner was in the shed.
And here’s a goodbye from Ollie.
Next time we’ll be embarking on a journey to Taiwan.