The 2004 was still wearing the original Amtrak California logo.l
The loco in the foreground has the older arrow diamond Amtrak California logo while the one in the background has the Caltran nose art.
With Amtrak being only a block away, the fellows crossing the street seem to be pretty nonchalant about crossing its path.
Still looking new and clean, and before it's mishap with the Coast Starlight in Oakland, CDTX 2004 rolls west through Pinole.
Ready to push away, northbound (eastbound?) out of Jack London Square.
Train 531 darts back to the Coach Yard after a run in from Sacramento.
On a beautiful April afternoon, Southbound Capitol Corridor #535 takes a stroll down Embarcadero, on it's way to San Jose.
On a beautiful May afternoon, Southbound Capitol Corridor #537 rolls through Jack London Square crossing Broadway Avenue.
With a broken windshield and all, CDTX 2004 still manages to bring Train 733 past the UP 8141, and is lined to cross over from #1 to #2 at Cherry.
Amtrak 736 rolls North at trackspeed, passing a beautiful Mustard field. Also, note, the center window on the locomotive was shattered earlier in the day by a brick, and is now being held together... (more)
THE CHIEF, also known as Train 716 rolls down Jack London Square, with the CDTX 2004 in lead.
Engineer Ray Javier brings #713 into Martinez on a crisp, clear Winter afternoon.
CDTX 2004 gives it all it's got as it pushes a 5 car Capitol Corridor train, bound for Auburn out of the depot with a full moon rising above. Canon Rebel XS.