That is an easement and not a transfer of land ownership. The easement is appurtenant (goes with the land) to the property. But the land can be sold and the easement goes with the land. The easement is not what is being sold.So they said they are setting aside 2 pieces of land and for one dollar quitclaim deeding the two pieces to the sierra electric company to have and to hold for purposes of access ingress / egress to install electric lines poles telegraph etc it's goes on and on but its very explicit about it passing on to their successors and assigns never to be abandoned. forever to remain access roads.
Where in your deeds does it say you also are a dominant estate? It's clear the utility can use the roads in perpetuity (and so can their successors) but where in the chain of titles does it say you also can use the easements?