A pair of U33Cs and a GP35 drop down into Illmo just after crossing the Mississippi River. Wouldn't say the big GEs were rare on this end of SP/SSW, but they were unusual enough (at least, in my ... (more)
Former SP SD40M-2 rebuilt from an SCL SD45.
This photo of UP's MOARV led by one unpatched SP unit and one patched SP unit can easliy be pulled off as a photo taken before the end of the Southern Pacific Railroad. Nikon D70 18-70mm. www.baya... (more)
The MOARV backs into Ozol yard to make a pick up while a UP auto train speeds by. Nikon D70 24-120mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
The moon sets over the MOARV after making a pickup at the Ozol Yard. You can see the Avon job working in the backround, and if you look to the right of the photo you can see an SP bay window caboo... (more)
The SP speed lettering on a some-what faded unpatched SP unit that will lead the MOARV overnight. Nikon D70 24-120mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
An unpatched SP SD40m-2 leads the MOARV with an SP tunnel motor trailing. Nikon D70 24-120mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
Unpatched SP leads the MSJRV. Here it is passing through Emeryville. Nikon D70 70-200mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
Train is back up to trackspeed accelerating towars Roseville at the Stege signal bridges
Rounding the bend on the main bypassing West Oakland yard crossing into DS62 territory. That is the old SP Car Shop (Diesel Shop) in the background
nice to have an ex-SP SD45T-2 carbody trailing behind with UP2850 second (ex-SP6858, ex-SP9307) A former SP GP38-2, UP605 (ex-SP4844), was trailing fifth in the lash-up offline
More street running time through "the Square"
Street running time through "the Square" as Ted Smith-Peterson (Ted S-P!) nabs his shot to my right.
Passing Amtrak's Oakland Jack London Square station (OKJ) on the outside main
Passing through CP Strong and approaching Jack London Square from the south.