CDTX 2051 leads AMTK 742 north to Sacramento, an unusual consist that would normally be in "push" mode.
The two GP9's are backing into the SP Cahill St. station in San Jose to couple up to their San Francisco bound commute.
The SP "odd ball" 6462 was a former Cotton Belt locomotive one painted in Daylight colors and numbered 330. It came west in 1960 as 306 and renumbered to 6462. It ha no dynamics of fro... (more)
Two F-M switchers at College Park in San Jose.
Entering Newhall yard with a string of open auto racks.
Being serviced at the San Jose sand and fuel rack.
Still in black widow paint working Newhall yard
The nose of SP FM Trainmaster No. 3024 as she basks in the sun at San Jose, taking a two-day rest from her commute train duties on the Peninsula. SP placed all of its Trainmasters in commute servi... (more)
The Siemens Chargers are finally leading on the Capitol Corridor and San Joaquin trains. Shown here leaving San Jose in push mode on Capitol #738 for Sacramento.
The first of four "Farewell to the Harrimans" trips prepares for departure to San Francisco.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Amtrak's Coast Starlight #11 rolls through Blossom Hill with a P40DC on point.
Returning to San Jose after a double headed round trip to Watsonville.
The only one painted in this experimental Caltrain scheme. A Roger Puta Photograph