Hustling north across the over 100-year-old bridge here at Bradley, Amtrak 14 heads north toward its next station stop of Salinas as it carries the private cars Puget Sound and Sierra Hotel on the... (more)
Turning into the last light of the day, UP 1096 leads the rock job back to Watsonville after making a Saturday run to Paso Robles.
Crossing the 115-year-old, ex-Southern Pacific bridge that still spans the banks of the Salinas River for the Union Pacific Railroad, UP 2617 leads a late afternoon edition of the coast line's fam... (more)
The Oil Cans roll through the verdant hills of Bradley passing Our Lady of Guadalupe church at the outskirts of the small community.
The Coast Starlight winds through the golden California hills as it makes it's way through Bradley, on Union Pacific's Coast Subdivision. This photo was taken from California Zephyr Railcar Charte... (more)
Two GP38-2s lead the Santa Margarita Turn south through fields of golden grass near Bradley on the Union Pacific Coast Sub. Today's turn has one set out and three pick ups in Paso Robles before h... (more)
On a great day along the California Coastal Mountains, UP 1989 leads it's 13 car passenger special down the Coast Sub. Here you see it rolling through Bradley, CA.
Amtrak's Coast Starlight lead by two Dash-8s sandwiching a P42 make their way north out of Bradley on the Union Pacific Coast Line. An extra empty baggage car tags along on the rear on its trip ... (more)
UP 1995 with an inspection special crosses the dry bed of the Salinas River on a warm March afternoon.
UP 1995 leads an inspection special North passing one of the many open fields of the Salinas Valley, this one, specifically at Bradley.
UP 1996 N waits for Amtrak # 11 to pass at Bradley on the UP's Coast Line.
UP 1996 leads a business train north up the coast on a glorious day in California.
UP 3951, UP 949 & UP 951 (E9's) pulling an 11 car Officer's Special down the Coast Line
rare appearance of 2 Caltrain units on the Coast Starlight. In addition to 908, we see 926 with Amtrak 503 and 118.