Two P42's have the duties of dragging the California Zephyr through the endless curves of the Cal-P, all while skirting the San Pablo Bay and Carquinez Straits.
RR art beats out graffitti for a refreshing and unusual change
The end of a warm September afternoon begins to close, as beachgoers including a beautiful Welsh Corgi while CDTX 2003 pushes another Eastbound along the waters of the San Pablo Bay.
With the sun sitting on the horizon, UP 5394 West shows up just in time for a golden light photo along the beach at CP RVO 20 in Pinole.
Beachgoers pay no attention to the Eastbound Capitol rumbling by on the #2 main, on it's way to Sacramento.
UP 7375 pushes the IG2OA west along the edge of the San Francisco Bay, on her maiden run since being built. Unfortunately the shot of the headend (with two more maiden run GEVO's) was mucked up by... (more)
Loaded beet cars roll eastbound along San Pablo Bay.
Empty beet gons roll along San Pablo Bay, bound for the Salinas Valley.
A big yellow Tylenol rolls West along the San Pablo Bay with a Super Twinkie GEVO leading the parade of overpaid executives. (Okay, rant over. Now, UP 7868 leads an inspection special Westbound ag... (more)
Four EMD's slug a Westbound stack train along the banks of the San Pablo Bay on a nice October afternoon.
A UP wb IG2OA catches the last minutes of sun along San Pablo Bay at MP 20.9 near Pinole.
The conductor of an east bound auto train is trackside to give an Oakland bound stacker a roll-by inspection at Pinole, CA.
A nine car inspection special rolls West along the edge of the San Pablo Bay on a warm September afternoon.
Get a room! A couple show their affection on the beach while a Westbound auto train strolls by catching some sweet afternoon light.
A UP inspection train heads west along San Pablo Bay.