Southern Pacific Train 52, the San Joaquin Daylight, is led by an A-B-A set of F7s at Richmond, CA in the 1960s. The train is about to pass under my father's vantage point, the Santa Fe bridge. ... (more)
Santa Fe power is gathered at Richmond, CA on Pearl Harbor Day 1985. SD45 5311 shares space with GP35 2887 and another GP35. The latter GP35 sports snow shields and flare shields on the roof to li... (more)
Brand-new BNSF Dash 9 No. 1092 idles at dusk in the engine facility with Santa Fe power.
Before the advent of Santa Fe's Super Fleet GP60Ms, Santa Fe ran locos like these GP39s and SD40-2s on their hottest transcontinental trains. The EMDs reflect on their future in the presence of a ... (more)
Santa Fe SD45 5314 and a GE get a servicing stop at Richmond before heading southeast toward Bakersfield on a cool, sunny Pearl Harbor Day in 1985.
A Roger Puta Photograph
A veteran SW1200 is seen working out it's last days on the Richmond Pacific inner job, hauling coal bound for Japan.
Business Cars A Roger Puta Photograph
The BNSF O12 job rolls past the new control point at Rheem as it returns from Northbay with two Bluebonnet GP39-2s in the lead
After having a banner test just east of Giant, the 6-day a week Roseville to San Jose manifest notches up and out of town as it continues its westbound trip down the Cal-P
Amtrak 733 roars past CP Giant as makes it way west down the Cal-P
Amtrak Coast Starlight Train 11 flies through the station at Richmond, and ducks under the tri-light signal bridge
ATSF Richmond Yard.
Spotting empty gons.