Richmond Pacific 49 takes a train of cement cars out of the Cemex plant in Richmond, California.
After setting out a car, and ceasing to be the Chevron local, GMTX 424 rumbles by on its way to do a couple more hours of switching.
Two forms of transportation After setting out some cars at the Chevron refinery, GMTX 424 leads what's left of the local past Stege on its way back to the home base in industrial Richmond.
New meets the old. While crews are out on lunch RPRC 1268 and 424 which is a new piece of motive power idle away as the await to head out.
4 O'clock: "Shift's over for those guys, but we got a bit more to do!" RPRC 49 slides through the street at the Levin terminal area on a hot July afternoon.
The El Cerrito hills loom in the distance over Richmond Pacific's SW9, while the engineer takes a break and gets some paperwork.
One of Richmond Pacific's SW's idles in the street while the engineer fetches some new paperwork.
Work day's almost over! A Richmond Pacific SW1200 picks up a couple Gondolas for Sim's Metals, one of the many industries RPRC serves.
On a warm April evening in the San Francisco Bay Area, RPRC 1268 leaves the water behind, and a massive unloading crane too.
Richmond Pacific's yellow switcher sits in the street. Cool number too, 4449.
A Richmond Pacific cab hop returns to Richmond after making a set out of cars to the UP at Stege.
A former Southern Pacific SW1200 shuffles cars around Richmond Pacific's maze of industrial track.
RichPac2285 (an ex-SP SW1200E) idles while beat up UP coal hoppers are filled with a reddish powdery mystery substance (all over the ground)