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    New to Board and looking for information

    Hi, and thanks for being available online! I recently purchased an antique jack out of curiosity and now the curiosity is killing me because I can't find any information about it. I "think" it is a railroad track jack. It is marked MONARCH JACK; Pat d Oct 6 1908 2A with another marking 3A...
  2. This One's Gonna Tie Up Traffic

    This One's Gonna Tie Up Traffic

    A lengthy UP auto rack train rolls down Embarcadero St. in Jack London Square.
  3. CPR Rabbits

    CPR Rabbits

    Nearly everywhere I have railfanned, there's always a rabbit hoping around, you just need to railfan long enough to spot them. Normally they run off before one can manage a decent picture. This time I finally got them. Don't think this is abondened peace of track either - CPR's TRANSCON...
  4. Cruising the Embarcadero

    Cruising the Embarcadero

    A long eastbound of empty auto racks carefully makes its way down Embarcadero Street in Jack London Square.
  5. BNSF Through Jack London

    BNSF Through Jack London

    A BNSF tranfer freight rolls past an idle Capitol Corridor train. BNSF has trackage rights on UP through Jack London Square and most of the trains that go through are transfer moves and local freights.



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