A CBRY OT2 with another load of copper ore from Ray Mine exits tunnel 2 on the way to the smelter at Hayden, AZ. No. 502, the lead GP39-2, was built as Kennecott Copper No. 796.
As the marine layer clears way at mid-morning, a shiny C40-8W leads a westbound manifest along the shores of Suisun Bay in Antioch.
An FM H-12-44 works the big bi-level commuter coaches at 4th & Townsend on a Saturday morning.
Late in the day, Amtrak No. 4 slows at Wagon Mound to run through the siding. Sitting on the main behind the photographer is a BNSF Z train.
Led by new GE AC No. 335, a westbound SP coming off Donner Pass prepares to duck under the uphill track at Rocklin.
SP power for its Kentucky House Branch, Ione Branch, and local switching duties sits in the small engine facility just east of the main line in Lodi.
On a sunny winter afternoon, CCT No. 41 sits on one of the roundhouse track at WP's roundhouse awaiting repairs.
SD40 No. 8411 leads a westbound SP manifest under the signal bridge located about a mile south of Stockton Tower.
SP 7436 East exits tunnel 10 and winds its way through the multiple reverse curves between there and well beyond Marcel.
CP 5568 shines in the early morning light in the yard at Coquitlam.
Santa Fe FP45 No. 5945, which began service with road number 105 in the beautiful red and silver "warbonnet" passenger scheme, idles in front of the shops wearing the railroad's freight ... (more)
SP EMD and FM commute power idles on a weekend in San Jose waiting to resume commute duties on Monday morning.
After stopping at Magra to let traffic ahead clear, Amtrak No. 6 accelerates up the steep Donner grade.
Late in the afternoon, a pair of ACs leads an SP eastbound up the grade at Colfax. The train will stop here to add a rear helper.
C40-8W No. 838 leads a westbound manifest into the curve at Bixler, CA. To the left is a new right of way being constructed for a second main track between here and Oakley.