The MSJRV rolls through the middle of Jack London Square. Trailing is CN #5275, an SD40-2W. It was supposed to lead the train but didn't becuase of its lack of an AC and dynamic brakes.
The MSJRV passes over the Alameda Creek.
An ex-SP Dash 9 leads the MSJRV over the Alameda Creek Bridge.
A rare unpatched GECX ex-SP snoot-nosed tunnel motor leads todays MSJRV. A plane leaving the San Jose airport can bee seen above UPY 615, a GP15-1 "baby tunnel motor."
The MSJRV prepares to leave the Newhall Yard under threatening skies. UP tunnel motor #2846 is leading, and trailing is LTEX #4912 and UP #3558.
A NS unit leading on UP's San Jose to Roseville local as the train approaches the Newark Yard
GECX tunnel motor number 8663 along with UP SD40 number 3570 are waiting to leave out of Newhall yard. A brief break in the clouds that have been around all day give them nice lighting for a shor... (more)
Passing by the old left-over electric Red Car catenary poles that now provide night light to UP's East Oakland Yard. They tend to cause problems for us foamers in casting shadows or being placed a... (more)
Banking UP9803 north passes some afternoon-posed UP and Amtrak units at West Oakland Yard.