A westbound UP stack train skirts San Pablo Bay on a glorious winter day.
A nice, clean GEVO leads a monster 136 car Global 2, IL to Oakland, CA stack train past Pinole. Bringing up the rear is another GEVO.
Amtrak 711, the first San Joaquin from Bakersfield rounds the curves of the San Francisco Bay on a wonderful Winter morning.
A short Z train rolls west at Gateley, and will soon set out it's cars at the UPS facility at North Bay, just a mile or so down the tracks.
A matched set of flagged and flared radiator SD70M's lead a lengthy stack train along the still-as-glass San Francisco Bay on a glorious Winter evening. Canon Rebel XS.
Two GEVO's and a GP38-2 lead a 61 car MRVSJ around the curves along the San Francisco Bay. Canon Rebel XS.
CDTX 2006 gently glides around the curves of the San Francisco Bay, leading train #535, bound for San Jose. Canon Rebel XS.
One on the point, one on the rear is the power assignment for this Global Two to Oakland stack train, as it curves along the San Francisco Bay.
Although today was cloudy and rainy, somehow the sun popped out in just the right amount of time for the SSAOA special in Pinole for myself and Ryan Martin. Enroute to Oakland to put the passenger... (more)
For the first and only time UP 1982 leads a westbound Z train bound for Oakland, shown skirting the water of the Carquinez Straits.
A 5-car Capitol Corridor is led by one of the 2nd generation F59PHI's as it rounds the bends at Pinole Shores skirting the Carquinez Bay.
Westbound Amtrak Capitol 747 passes a string of tank cars in Pinole, led by one of Amtrak California's two P32BWH units.
Crossing above a beautiful mural, representing the presence of the Santa Fe Railway in Pinole is the L-CAL 2141, a Richmond to Riverbank turn, that the local railfans have named "the Peddler".
It's last light along San Pablo Bay as The California Zephyr rolls west at MP RVO20 in Pinole.