A Fremont Bound BART Train Arrives at the Bay Fair BART Station.
Amtrak 11, the Coast Starlight, screams past the Bay Area's lame attempt at having Fall colors this year... Trees won't change when it's 80 degrees everyday!
You're lost! Due to diamond replacement at Niles Junction, Southbound Capitol Corridor Train 727 has been detoured down the Coast Subdivision, and skips the Hayward stop. It's shown splitti... (more)
Foam responsibly. The matched pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M's roll North through Washington Avenue, leading the Warm Springs Local back to Richmond.
WOW! A matched pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M's take me back to 1995, while they lead the Northbound Warm Springs Local through San Leandro on another California Summer afternoon.
UP 844 rumbles South at 50MPH, splitting the US&S searchlight signals on the Coast Subdivision at Milepost 15.7.
A storm has just passed over the East Bay as the dark scary clouds still lurk over the UP7681 leading a Southbound autotrain, splitting the old US&S searchlight signals.
Miss Katy splits a set of SP relic searchlight signals, as she and 3 more units struggle to take a 9400+ ton stack train out of the slight .3% grade in San Leandro. Thanks to my G... (more)
BNSF 110 and BNSF 2459 tote the Warm Springs Local southbound through San Leandro, passing at the trackspeed of 50MPH.
The Coast Starlight rounds a bend on the former SP Mulford Line.
The reflective artisitic feather and WP logo adds some pizazz to the long hood of UP1983. Love how the tip of the feather wraps up over the front edge of the flared radiators.
Take away the semi-strange greenish gray paint on the hood, and WP Perlman green and orange over the wide cab SD70ACe nose looks mighty nice!
The broken drawbar with makeshift "sling" to keep it from dragging during the set-out move just over three miles ahead of the break location.
A pair of ex-SP patched speed lettered victims meet at Mulford for a Espee lives on in 2004 photo.
Patch UP1482 with the Mulford Job was caught today returning north to Mulford yard in San Leandro. Mulford is the very northern tip of the 470 mile ex-Southern Pacific Coast Line.