A Roger Puta Photograph
The second unit is the only unit painted in Caltrain colors. A Roger Puta Photograph
A southbound peninsula commuter train pauses at the Millbrae station on its run from San Francisco to San Jose. The station's style reflects that of the nearby airport.
Caltrain MP36PH-3C #925 leads Southbound Caltrain #146 as it makes a quick pause at Millbrae to load up passengers for the trip to San Jose.
This train knows the way to San Jose. Heading down the peninsula, a Caltrain commuter train pulls into the Millbrae station.
Freshly shopped Alco RS-32 No. 4005 (one of 10 delivered in 1962) and caboose 1060 await passage of a Peninsula commute train at Millbrae. Sister 4009 (still in SP livery) stars in a June 2012 a C... (more)
With a colorful pastel sunset as a backdrop, a northbound Caltrain has stopped at the intermodal station near the SFO airport where both BART and Caltrain serve bay area travels.
A northbound Caltrain mid-day train pushes into the futuristic looking Millbrae Caltrain/Bart station.
Train 230 smokes it up as it accelerates from it's station stop at Millbrae.
Train 44 is making it's stop at the Millbrae intermodal facility and there are a lot of passengers for a Saturday night waiting to board this train as can be seen from overhead.
A northbound approaches Millbrae station as fog begins to roll in from the ocean.
Several GGRM volunteers ride the cab of the 2472 to watch for any problems that might crop up.
A midday southbound local pulling into the Millbrae station.
Caltrain 160 roars into Millbrae, making all stops to Gilroy.