In the days when a casual stroll through an engine terminal was still possible – and interesting -- the line-up at Southern Pacific’s Bayshore near San Francisco on a September afternoon in 1958 i... (more)
Passing all the local landmarks at Fisherman’s Wharf, a PCC streetcar approaches the Taylor Street stop on Jones Street in San Francisco, California, on the afternoon of March 6, 2003. The yellow ... (more)
On the way to San Jose, Southern Pacific Peninsula commuter train 122 accelerates out of Bayshore in South San Francisco on September 29, 1970. Thanks to its quick acceleration, Fairbanks Morse Tr... (more)
The old loading pier for San Francisco Belt to deliver cars to NW Pacific by ferry. Still stands as a part of SF Pier history.
The hustle and bustle of daytime Market Street is but a memory as PCC car 1061 rumbles through the heart of a San Francisco night on the F-Line.
Various issues concur in evanescent sunset vibes of sweet San Francisco commute hour, as shown.
An inbound L-Taraval train has just turned off Taraval and onto 15th Street, about to meet an outbound train (going away). By the end of 2001 all the Boeing LRVs would be retired.
Two of San Francisco Bay Railroad's Bio Diesel Alco S2s sit idle.
Trams in San Francisco are something more than means of transportation. They are also scenery!
The day after Christmas is one of the busiest days for vehicle and foot traffic in San Francisco, as evidence here in the Fishermans Wharf, as PCC #1075 threads its way through the insane congesti... (more)
The bulk of the San Francisco Bay Railroad's business is the handling of construction debris, a.k.a. "Dirty Dirt." Here the transloading process between truck and rail is seen taking pl... (more)
Nearing the end of another switching day, SFBR 23 pauses next to one of its road-running Kenworth counterparts.
SFBR 23 and its three-man-crew head out to Pier 94 to retrieve a string of gondolas. This crew consists of the conductor, the engineer, and the railroad's logistics manager.