Westbound Amtrak kirts the shores of San Pablo Bay in Pinole.
Westbound IDVOA skirts the shores of San Pablo Bay in Pinole.
Right at sunset, an eastbound stack train attacks the grade at Collier with a new red and silver Dash 9 in the lead.
A very clean UP GEVO leads business cars Sunset and Stanford west along San Pablo Bay.
Four GEVO's guide an EB freight along San Pablo Bay on the UP's Cal-P Line.
The Cal-P was a great line to railfan in 1994 and 1995. The SP sent most of it's remaining SD-9's to the Roseville area, and many trains, even this hot trailer train to the Bay Area, would have GP... (more)
Today, power from a different railroad is no big deal. Yet in 1995, it was very rare on the SP in the Bay Area. I about died when I head LAOAT, CSX 6207 W call WR49 on the radio.
After a major derailment in Franklin Canyon, the ATSF detoured trains over the SP from Port Chicago to Richmond.
A westbound Amtrak California set rolls into one of the many curves found along San Pablo Bay.
The MP Heritage Unit makes it's first visit to the Bay Area skirting the San Pablo Bay in Pinole on it's way West to Oakland. NorCal is doing well with 4 of the 6 Heritage units being in either SA... (more)
BNSF 4031 rounds the curve at Pinole Shores while waiting for the UP 1982s first visit to the bay area.
Amtrak train 744 catches the last rays of sun along San Pablo Bay, as the coastal fog rolls over the hills in Marin County and into the bay.
A Martinez-based local train arrives in Pinole to pick up cars from the siding.