Light engine GP60M No. 102 heading east passes a train of coiled steel bound for USS POSCO Steel in nearby Pittsburg.
Early on a Saturday morning, Amtrak's two experimental EMD AC-traction locomotives and the builder's test car lead an Amtrak San Joaquin out of Antioch.
At sunset, three SD75Ms lead a westbound hotshot through East Antioch.
Anybody care for some Burlington Northern or some Santa Fe?
A BNSF local job slips over the viaduct at MP 1151.2 to pick up a pair of center beams in the Sando siding indus... (more)
Two relatively new red and silver GEs lead a 943 train across a trestle at the edge of Suisuin Bay.
In February of 1968, an excursion was operated from Richmond, CA to Stockton and return pulled by two of Santa Fe's ALCO PA units. The are seen here at Knightsen as they are backing up in preparat... (more)
Santa Fe SD75 231 waits in Sando siding for an Amtrak San Joaquin to run around it.
Bound for Richmond, this all auto train has three units, BNSF 4175, 7796, and 4792.
Decelerating from 79 mph, an Amtrak San Joaquin train with loaner Caltrain 919 for power prepares for its next scheduled stop in Antioch.
After a pig train passes him at Sando, 231 streaks out of the siding and contniues his westward trip toward Richmond.
Dash 9 648 leads a hot 199 train across the concrete trestle at Antioch just before sundown.
A pair of brand-new wide-cab Dash 8s roll a freight through Antioch, CA.
Two new six-axle Dash 8s lead an eastbound across a concrete trestle at Antioch on the edge of the San Joaquin Delta.
A 199 train streaks past the cantilever signal bridge at the west end of Sando siding at dusk.
923 East, a 943 train headed for Kansas City, crosses the concrete trestle at Antioch on a beautiful spring morning on the Delta.