Niles Canyon Railway

Reporting mark: NCRy
"The Pacific Locomotive Association leased the right of way from the county and began working to reconstruct the track in 1987. The Niles Canyon Railway ran its first passenger train from Sunol on May 21, 1988. Passenger trains once again connected Sunol and Niles starting on April 9, 2006. The organization continues its work to extend and maintain the track along the line; restore its collection of railroad equipment; and operate historic demonstration trains for the benefit of the public. They plan to eventually extend their demonstration train service to Pleasanton, California."

NCRy - Arroyo de la Laguna Bridge (1899) (Alameda County, California)
Built in 1899 as a replacement of original covered Howe truss, still has original stone abutments and piers #1 and #2, and on original ROW of the first transcontinental railroad line. Dec 2018 - 6" settlement corrected.
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Arroyo de la Laguna on Southern Pacific/Niles Canyon Railway
Open to traffic

NCRy - Dresser Bridge (1906) (Alameda County, California)
Warren through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Hwy 84 on Niles Canyon Railway
Open to traffic

NCRy - Farwell Bridge (1896) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1896, replacing the original single-span covered wooden Howe Truss.
Pratt through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and CA-84 on Niles Canyon Railway
Open to traffic

NCRy - Mission Blvd/CA-238 Overpass (Alameda County, California)
Built 1937; Replaced 2006
Lost Girder bridge over Mission Blvd/CA-238 on Niles Canyon Railway/Union Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

UP - Pleasanton-Sunol Road Overpass (Alameda County, California)
Built 1907
Deck and through girder bridge over Pleasanton-Sunol Road and NCRy on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic