A Roger Puta Photograph
L TARAVAL EAST BAY TERMINAL A Roger Puta Photograph
Exiting the 3,000-foot long Tunnel 4, CalTrains 274 slows as it approaches the Bayshore station with a transit laden with commuters looking to return home from another day of work in the city by t... (more)
Is this Los Angeles or San Francisco? Framed between the aging, ex-Southern Pacific Bayshore Roundhouse and the city's namesake bay, CalTrains 279 races north toward the Bayshore station and Tunne... (more)
Framed through a gap on a 1936-built stone bridge just south of downtown San Francisco, CalTrain 152 makes the most of the 79 mph track speed on this section of the railroad as it blasts out of So... (more)
Crossing over from main to main while exiting Tunnel 2, CalTrains 150, lead by JPBX 915 this afternoon, heads south prior to the commuter rush out of the city by the bay really picking up.
Muni service at the terminal with almost nobody inside, due to the rainy night
PCC waiting for green light before turning to Jones st. Terminal
PCC taking the curve before arrival to the terminal at Jones St.
Thanks to the Motorman for allowing me to take this pic, just when a PCC is passing
The Parlor-observation car on Train 98, the Coast Daylight. A Roger Puta Photograph