Walking downhill from the Keddie RR Station, looking to your right (NE), this is the entry to the Playhouse Loop Road. The dirt entrance and scarring from vehicles and water run-off immediately beyond are clearly seen in current satellite photos. Note the numerous power / telephone poles and wires, and the gas access poles in the ground. These were docking points for the numerous trailers lining the road. What once had been an access road to build the railroad itself nearly 100 years prior was, by the 1980s, reduced to cheap trailers housing for workers, living in cheap trailers hooked up to installation points for electricty and propane. The rest of these photos follow my path, down the road and taking photos. I reach the bend within a couple hundred feet, taking photos of the road and things uphill, downhill, and beyond. Certain unnamed people were telling me to hurry up and leave. Unfortunately, they were on my team. Nobody from Keddie or elsewhere ever approached us or asked us to leave. Oh, wait, I forgot about the encounter at the wye, the spookiest of all time. Nothing to do with Keddie, but, damn! it scared the crap out of me.