Amtrak heads down the streets of town.
The equipment for Amtrak San Joaquin 518 deadheads from the yard down to the Jack London station on a warm late afternoon in Oakland.
After dropping off its San Joaquin Valley passengers, the equipment from the day's train 711 heads to the yard to be refreshed prior to becoming the 718 back to Bakersfield.
A Capital Corridor train beings its run from Oakland to Sacramento by passing through iconic Jack London Square with an F59 on the rear providing the locomotion.
The CalTrain heritage NPCU (F40 Zombie) will lead the day's 718 to Bakersfield, but is trailing here as the equipment deadheads into the station.
The color of the day is... yellow!
Right through the streets of town.
Two trains stacked up in the station.
Street running with lite power.
With the street-running section completely devoid of automobile traffic, BNSF's Superbowl special strolls through the square in grand fashion with big-wigs a plenty on board. A number of curious o... (more)
BNSF's Super Bowl Special running South to San Jose through Jack London Square.
Making a station stop at OKJ during blue hour.
Rollin down the street.