Nearly three years after Amtrak began operating most of America’s passenger trains, the carrier restored service to California’s San Joaquin Valley on March 5, 1974. Due to heavy freight traffic ... (more)
GE ES44C4 8061 leaves the passing siding at Denair, continuing eastbound.
A westbound priority Z intermodal meets an eastbound manifest at Denair Amtrak Station near Turlock Ca.
After holding for a westbound priority Z intermodal to pass an eastbound freight powers out of the siding at Denair Ca.
Time to proceed east out of Denair Ca.
Eastbound containers race through Denair Ca.
Southbound San Joaquin at Denair Ca.
Eastbound freight passes through Denair Ca.
Ex ATSF 2660 sits just south of the Denair elevator, now not in service thanks to a new Genset that now switches grain trains that arrive for unloading.
On a balmy evening in July, an F45 leads a 943 train down the Valley with the sky glowing red just after sundown.