Foamers and "normals" line the Embarcadero for UP 844's trip South... May 22nd, 2009, what could be the most memorable railfanning day I've ever had......
Running down Main Street obeying traffic signals
Look 'ma, no hands! Driving in Jack London Square can be tricky. You've got to really pay attention, pedestrians, other cars, and.. OH! TRAINS! Here we see me observing (or trying to) the 2... (more)
On a very nice August afternoon, the Northbound Warm Springs Local takes a stroll up Jack London Square with a sweet duo of Warbonnet GP60M's leading.
under gloomy, rainy skies, the RJ Corman #1940 leads its train through downtown Frankfort on its way to the 135th Kentucky Derby in Louisville. Despite the rain plenty of railfans were out hunting... (more)
Miss Katy leads a 138 car stacktrain up Jack London Square on a lovely Spring evening.
Steamy streets! UP 844 creeps at a snails' pace down Jack London Square, which is lined with railfans, lookie-loos and people just passing by. I'm unsure of the last time JLS saw mainline s... (more)
Now here's something you don't see everyday! UP 844 gets a police escort down the streets of Oakland's Jack London Square. This is the first time the 844 has visited Oakland and the last time a st... (more)
Dedicated to Ben Sutton, RP'er, and UPS driver. UPY 600 leads the 82 Local down Jack London Square while a UPS truck sits in the street delivering to Barnes and Nobles.
UP1995 makes its first appearance into the Bay Area leading an inspection special. It's just moments from pulling into the Oakland Yard, as it rolls up the famed Jack London Square
Lonestar Street. UP1988 looks magnificant rolling up Jack London Square in the late evening on a splendid March day.
AMTK 67 pulls Train #534 out of the Coach Yard and into the depot to board.
Four private cars (for the AAPRCO convention in LA) are properly appointed on the rear of Amtrak #11, the Southbound "Coast Starlight" as it rolls down Jack London Square, Steve Willick at the con... (more)
shoving back to the yard, very slowly!
A pair of Fathers with their young sons admire the old CF7 outside the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.