Stockton Terminal & Eastern

Railroad Gif's Drawn and copyrighted by Dan Klitzing. Re-posted here with his permission

The ST&E is now using a pair of Leased Union Pacific SW 1500's and the SW 1200 as back-up. All three of those units were inside the shop on the day of my visit to catch photos of the ST&E Alco fleet before the ST&E does something with them. Below are pictures of the ST&E ALCO Roster as of 4/10/04. Below that are pictures of the TS 745 as well.

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1 - Roster shots of  the left sides of 564, 507 and 557
2 - Right side roster shot of 564
3 - Left side of 564 shows moderate damage to the cab
4 - Left side roster shot of 560

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5 - Left side roster shot of 557
6 - Right side roster shot of 557
7 - Left side roster shot of 507

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8 - Right side roster shot of 505
9 - Head on shot of 505
10 - Right side detail shot of 505
11 - Right side cab lettering detail of 505
12 - Right side rear roster shot of 505


Tidewater Southern 745 as it appears April 10, 2004

ST&E 564 switches near California Railcar

ST&E has taken delivery of this Ex-Conrail SW1200, it last worked the Los Angeles Harbor.
View down the engineer's side of 9319
Nice roster shot of ST&E Alco Switch engine #507. Paul DeRouen Photo.
ST&E 564 switches near California Railcar

Stockton Terminal & Eastern Alco Switcher
Stockton Terminal & Eastern Locomotive Facility...nice line up of Alcos
ST&E steam locomotive #1 is preserved at Los Angeles' Travel Town
#564 prowls the East Yard

California Railcar Repair, makes for a great line-side industry
#560 switches the California Railcar Repair
#560 pulls a 5 platform Doublestack set from California Railcar Repair
#505 switches industries off of Broadway Street

#560 switches industries off of Minor Street
#560 Traverses Street Trackage on Roosevelt St. Enroute to the Interchange yard
#560 Returns light from the Interchange Yard
#560 passes the photographer

#564 works the East yard
#505 is eastbound, heading back to the east yard
Wilson Way Grade crossing, the bar to the right is called "The Whistle Stop"
A rare view from the west side of the Interchange yard, the tracks in the foreground are UP's mainline

#505 works the Interchange yard, a passing SP freight in the Background
#11 is a GE 45 Tonner, retired and scrapped in 1958
#22 is a GE 80 Tonner, Sold to Levin Metals in 1975
#507, Formerly the WP 510, obtained as part of a trade with the WP

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