An Amtrak California Capitol Corridor train skits the scenic San Pablo Bay at Pinole on a fine afternoon.
An afternoon Capitol Corridor skirts San Pablo Bay at Pinole Shores Park on it's way to Oakland.
668 was picked up from the plant in Sacramento and is seen heading toward Emeryville on a special move. This is the third-to-last ACS-64 to be delivered in an order of 70 units.
An Amtrak California Capitol Corridor train skirts the scenic San Pablo Bay on a gorgeous spring afternoon.
Amtrak 713 makes its way along San Pablo Bay as it heads for Richmond and Oakland
Mural on a Santa Fe bridge crossing Tennant Ave, depicting the railroad history of Pinole Ca. in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Amtrak California Zephyr #5 runs west along San Pablo Bay as it nears its next stop of Richmond, CA. Leading the train is AMTK 189 which was painted with The Heartland Flyers Big Game Train.
In perfect coordination a BNSF-led San Joaquin meets an opposing Capitol Corridor.
In the late afternoon hours of the day, Uncle Pete's ZG2OA hustles around the edge of the San Pablo Bay, trying its hardest to mimic a Santa Fe Super Z with the trailers up front.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, a Capitol Corridor train from Sacramento to Emeryville cruises along San Pablo Bay.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, Train NO. 6 the California Zephyr, cruises eastbound along San Pablo Bay in route to Chicago.
In the San Francisco Bay Area Four GP 38-2 locomotives cruise along San Pablo Bay in search of work.
Racing east, CDTX 2006 shoves it's train along the Cal-P between Pinole and Hercules.
A Westbound Amtrak heads west towards it's next stop at Emeryville as it passes Pinole Shores.
This westbound UP rack train skirts the shores of San Pablo Bay on a terrific afternoon at Pinole along the Cal-P main!