In the San Francisco Bay Area, Capitol Corridor Train No. 737 Sacramento to San Jose, rounds the curve at the iconic C and H Sugar Refinery on Carquinez Straits at Crockett Ca. Since 1906 the pla... (more)
Golden Gate Railroad Museum runs its ex US Army No. 1847 H-12-44 now Southern Pacific No.1487 on Memorial Day Weekend.
Returning from Los Angeles after unloading, empty northbound oil cans cross the Ventura Rivermouth heading for the San Ardo Oilfields at Wunpost for reloading. The bridges over the Ventura River... (more)
The southbound Guadalupe Local passes through Emma Wood State Park during a brilliant sunset.
The Oxnard Local crosses Briggs Road on it's trip from Oxnard to set out cars in Santa Paula. The line is part of the Fillmore and Western which now has a new lease to operate this portion of the ... (more)
Amtrak No. 11, the southbound Coast starlight on time and just before sunset, passes Summer Beach.
Union Pacific's Sales And Marketing Special,returning from a whirlwind swing through Central and Northern California, passes through the Agricultural fields of the Oxnard Plains.
The sun rises after the passing of a thunder storm from tropical moisture flowing from the south.The early morning passengers managed to stay dry, as the southbound Surfliner to Los Angeles arrive... (more)
A Union Pacific Sales And Marketing Special crosses the Gaviota Trestle heading for a overnight stop in San Luis Obispo. The next day it goes north to San Jose and Oakland. Then up the Martinez su... (more)
Down five plus hours and counting leaving Los Angeles, No. 14 The Coast Starlight usually passes Ventura around noon. Today it rolls past the kite surfing beach in Emma Wood State Park and into th... (more)
Eastbound cans slide down the east slope of the Cascade Mountains following the Wenatchee River towards the Columbia River and the town of Wenatchee.
Crossing Nason Creek, Five engines with No. 5792 leading lift a westbound BNSF Z up the eastside of the Cascade Mountains.
Sliding down the east slope of the Cascades, eastbound Cans with Executive Scheme SD70MAC No. 9808 and ES44AC No. 5802 in helper service, cross the Wenatchee River at Dryden.
Following the Wenatchee River, BNSF No. 7405 and mates lift containers up the east slope of the Cascade Mountains after leaving Wenatchee and the Columbia River.
Just out of the Cascade Tunnel and passing under Hwy 2, a westbound BNSF Z breaks out into the sun. Its all downhill on the western slope to Puget Sound for the Z.