The Warm Springs Local passes through Jack London Square as it nears its home of Richmond.
The Warm Springs Local, lead by GP30 2414 with oddball GP39E 2931 trailing, nears Niles Junction. You can see the famous "NILES" sign on the hill to the right.
The Warm Springs Local is lead by what is likely the oldest Geep running on a mainline in the Bay Area today. BNSF GP30 2414 (delivered as ATSF 1214) was built in May of 1962, and rebuilt in Novem... (more)
The Warm Springs Local lead by BNSF's last active SDP40 waits for clearance into the yard.
A crew member rides on the "porch" of the old SDP40 as the local approaches Warm Springs Yard.
The Warm Springs Local passes the switch at Snoboy as it nears the yard.
An SDP40 leads the Warm Springs Local just after crossing the diamonds at Niles Junction.
The BNSF Warm Springs Local arrives at Warm Springs Yard in the late afternoon, lead by an ex-BN SD40-2.
A pair of BNSF SD40-2s lead todays Warm Springs Local over the Alameda Creek in the historic Niles district of Fremont.
The Warm Springs Local at the south end of the Warm Springs Yard.
The Warm Springs Local with an ex-Santa Fe GP60 and a "Bastard Bonnet" GP60M, are headed south for Warm Springs.
The Warm Springs Local of 6/6/06 has arrived at the Warm Springs Yard and the power prepares to back into the yard.
The Warm Springs Local moves up the hill and out of the Warm Springs Yard.