Amtrak's San Joaquin roars past the elderly station sign at Blanco in June 1988. The next station stop for train 709 will be at Hanford.
In the early afternoon, a "Pepsi Can" GE races eastward with a San Joaquin at Knightsen, CA.
An eastbound San Joaquin makes a scheduled stop at Merced on Santa Fe's Valley Line.
A westbound San Joaquin with an ex-UP E-unit for power rumbles through the SP-Santa Fe diamonds as the tower operator looks on.
A southbound Amtrak San Joaquin coasts through the town of Riverbank located on BNSF's Stockton Subdivision.
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor train makes its way over a scenic river.
CDTX 90225 leads a forty minute late Amtrak "San Joaquin" Train 712 into the famous Stockton Santa Fe Station on San Joaquin Street. This train was forty minutes late due to mechanical ... (more)
An afternoon Capitol Corridor skirts San Pablo Bay at Pinole Shores Park on it's way to Oakland.
AMTK 42 leads Capitol Corridor train 727 through Jack London Square on the UP Niles Subdivision
Amtrak Phase V NPCU #90229 (formerly F40PH #229) leads the Comet Car set of San Joaquin train #712 out of the Martinez Amtrak station.
A westbound Capitol Corridor train crosses an impressive steal beam trestle in Benicia, California as it races the auto traffic on Interstate 680. Soon the train will be crossing hundreds of feet ... (more)
Taxi or train? An Amtrak California San Joaquins or Capitol Corridor train overtakes and dwarfs the taxi as it does some street running in Oakland.
An eastbound Amtrak California Capitol Corridor train glides along the shores of San Pablo Bay at Hercules. Leading is cab car #6962.
AMTK #179 shoves Amtrak Capitol Corridor Train #728 as it skims past Alviso Slough!
Amtrak California cab car #8306 departs Martinez on a Capitol Corridor train. The car is unusual in that it features a Nathan P5 horn.