The EMD F59PHI locomotives are becoming a rare breed in California these days. CDTX 2014 departs Bakersfield on time with its Emeryville California bound train.
Amtrak 717 slows on its approach to its first station stop, Wasco, since it originated at Bakersfield on a cool, fall afternoon. As the lower-level train of mostly ex-New Jersey Transit cars is de... (more)
With its station stop at Hanford just a few minutes ago, Amtrak 702 gets back up to track speed as it hustles through the crossovers at Calabrese and meets the BNSF 3841. The 3841's train is broke... (more)
A new Siemens 'Charger' locomotive latches onto a northbound Capitol Corridor for Sacramento on its second leg of its journey while an AMtrak California F59PHI shoves behind the entire set. Taken ... (more)
Yet another Capitol Corridor train races west (compass south) during the morning commute to the next station stop of Martinez. The train will eventually terminate in San Jose.
An Amtrak California San Joaquins or Capitol Corridor train goes right through the streets of town.
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor train makes its way over a scenic river.
Rollin down the street.
A recently overhauled CDTX 2014 shoves Amtrak 724 out of Berkeley on National Train Day.
A little bit of sun came out to play on this winter day in Northern California, as a westbound Capital Train rolls through Bahia.
CDTX 2014 East pushes a short four car Capitol towards Sacramento, briefly blocking the view of the million dollar homes that can admire the sunset that'll take place in a few hours...
"San Joaquins" pushing towards Bakersfield. Note connecting buses waiting to depart at left.
"Amtrak 727, Diverging Clear at Niles" is what engineer Ken Hence says over the radio, as he sets some air and brings it down to the 10MPH speed to cross the diamond, at Niles.
Engineer Eric Parkinson is at the controls of Train 535 as he calls out "Approach at North Hayward", and crosses the San Lorenzo Creek with the CDTX 2014 and 5 cars. Canon Rebel XS.