After running down the middle of Embarcadero, 9581 is nearing the west end of the street running trackage in Oakland.
Making its way down to Los Angelos, an On-time #11 (yes, its possible) waits for a Clear signal indication, before departing south with the ailing 470 in tow.
Looking down on 2002.
In the east, I tend to associate street running with coal trains - photographing Amtrak in the middle of a busy street was a very interesting sight!
Vehicular and pedestrian traffic pay no mind to the approaching UP freight.
After watching numerous Amtrak trains on the Embarcadero, a BNSF freight makes an appearance at 4:31PM.
UPY 1441 in tow behind 4956, heading to the West Oakland Yard.
Morning commuter rush.
4787 leading a short string of racks down Embarcadero.
Running light through Jack London.
Friendly waves are exchanged between conductor and pedestrians as a Union Pacific freight train rumbles north through Oakland.
Not quite the Running of the Bulls, but it had the same street-clearing affect.
An Amtrak California train wanders down the street in Oakland, California.
One of the last places when street running exists in California, Jack London Square is always a good show.