1. Gateway into the yard and mill site at Tuolumne Rd.
2. View heading to the woods from Tuolumne.
3. Right of way crossing the road near Black Oak Casino heading for the canyon.
4. The West Side Trail starts at Flume. This view looks back towards Tuolumne showing rails intact to this point.
5. Cut at Flume. There are many ties still present in this section but rails have been removed.
6. Just past Flume the right of way opens up a little.
7. Seen from below, the trail heads into the canyon.
1. This plaque sits on Tuolumne Rd near the mill site.
2. Nearby is this small display of railcars. Are these ex West Side?
3. The sawdust burner is still standing and viewable from the plaque.
4. West Side office building still stands in town.
5.-7. Also at the NCNGTM in Nevada City are a parts car under restoration, caboose #1, and flat #258 converted to an excursion car (now restored).
8. Caboose #3 is privately owned and is seen here visiting the NCNGTM.
9. Short caboose #6 was added to the NCNGTM collection in 2015.
14. Shay #8 was on display at the Georgetown Loop. She has since moved to Canon City,CO.
15. Shay #9 found a home on the Midwest Central and has since been traded long term to the Georgetown Loop.
16.-17. Shays #10 and #15 are currently on the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine at Fish Camp,CA.
18.-19. Shays #12 and #14 had made their home on the Georgetown Loop as well but are now at the Colorado State RR Museum in Golden,CO.
20. Caboose #7 resides as part of the Orange Empire collection in Perris,CA.
21. Flat #222 is used as an excursion car in Ardenwood Park in the Bay Area.
22.-24. Caboose #4:2 and tanks #2 and #4 were part of a private collection in Smith Flat,CA and are now at
the Nevada Country Narrow Guage and Transportation Museum in Nevada City,CA.
25. Flats 145, 161, and 166 are stored on the Sumpter Valley Railroad in McEwen,OR.