The Knights Landing Branch

Sugarfield to Yuba City and Josephine, CA

—  ICC Abandonment Filings  —

Southern Pacific Railroad
Docket: 13129 12/20/1940 Section: 1
Application for authority to abandon a portion of its Knights Landing Branch between Yuba City, Sutter County, and Maryville, Yuba County, California a distance of 0.7094 miles
Length: 0.709 miles Citation: 244 ICC 543
Southern Pacific Railroad
Docket: 14606 6/19/1944 Section: 1
Application of Southern Pacific R.R. Co. and of the Southern Pacific Co, for the former to abandon and the latter operation of the Knights Landing Branch between Grace and Wilson, within Sutter County, California a distance of approx. 12.294 miles.
Length: 12.294 miles Citation: 257 ICC 807
Southern Pacific Railroad
Docket: 23716 6/29/1965 Section: 1(18)
Applic for auth. to aband. that port, of the Knights Landing Branch, Sacramento Divn., betw. M.P. 101.00 at or near Robbins, Calif., to the end of said branch at M.P. 117.425 at or near Josephine, Calif., a distance of 16.425 mi., in Sutter County, Calif, together with all sidings, spur tracks and appurtenances.
Length: 16.425 miles
Southern Pacific Railroad
Docket: 26954 12/16/1971 Section: 1(18)
Application for authority to abandon the end portion of its Knights Landing Branch from Sugarfield, to the end of the Branch line near Robbins, a distance of 12.751 miles, together with all sidings, spur tracks and appurtenances, all in Yolo and Sutter Counties, Calif.
Length: 12.751 miles

—  User Comments  —

Ive been born raised here no the millers from auburn, roseville conductors an there son as dispatchers.. So needless to say I'm in too the TRAINS...&I AM INTERESTED IN OBTAINING PHOTOS OF THE the pictures of the S.pacfic train from the knight landing error. I want them for my train wall of fame I'm just starting this project I do find the history of them fascinating, Thanks for ur Time,Sincerely Susan Hudgins 530-6325040 or

marysville, CA

Somewhere I think I have a photo of the Knights Landing Depot.

J.R. Welsh
Woodland, CA

I remember the tracks went out of Robbins to the Meridian warehouse now called Colusa Produce Corporation on progress road.