The Stockton Sub dispatcher runs an Amtrak San Joaquin around BNSF 726 West. The BNSF train is sitting on new track, part of the double track recently installed between Oakley and Bixler using $31... (more)
A Clovis to Richmond vehicle train passes by the West County Detention Center on the final leg of its trip to the Richmond yard just to the south of here.
A local out of Richmond is dropping a string of empty pig cars in the siding at Christie on the BNSF Stockton Sub.
An eastern visitor heads back home after a visit to the San Francisco Bay Area.
A hot westbound Z train rolls past a group of almond trees that are in full bloom in the San Joaquin Valley of California.
A BNSF transfer rolls west from the yard at Riverbank, back to the yard at Stockton. The almond blossoms are in full bloom on this beautiful winter day.
A long winter of rain has paid off with a reward of green spring hills and wild flowers in Franklin Canyon.
Early in the era of the BNSF, it was hard to tell that anything had changed. Four ATSF locomotives lead a wb pig train through Franklin Canyon at Christie.
It's hard to tell that this is a BNSF train! Three ATSF locomotives with no new numbers or BNSF patches lead a WB stack train at Orowood, Ca on a fine spring day.
Three brand new BNSF 700's make their maiden voyage west on the hot 199 train. The units are the 705, 706, and 700. Paint so fresh, you could still smell it.
Two big EMD 6 motors lead a pair of former ATSF small fries up grade through Franklin Canyon at Christie.
It's late in the day as the 2141 local roars east through Franklin Canyon at Christie.
The BN duo that has been hanging around Richmond for the past several weeks, heads east through Franklin Canyon.
It's the day after Thanksgiving, and the crew of this 2141 local is probably still digesting their meal from the night before.
The 2141 local from Richmond to Riverbank heads east through Franklin Canyon on a cool fall afternoon.