Running about 20 minutes late, Capitol Corridor train 545 highballs Emeryville. It is a Sacramento - Oakland schedule that will terminate at its next stop in Jack London Square. Of note is the ref... (more)
Amtrak 710 arrives in Bakersfield with an F59 on the rear.
At 7:49 pm (19:49) Amtrak Capitol Corridor train 546 departs the station in Martinez, California, with a diverging clear signal indication. This six-car train, with CDTX F59PHI 2006 shovin... (more)
Amtrak train 714, a Bakersfield-bound San Joaquin, departs Merced, California, after its station stop and crew change on February 17, 2018. California Department of Transportation (aka Amt... (more)
The past and the future converge on the Capitol Corridor as a 1994 EMD motor leads a 2017 Siemens locomotive. This is the view from our room at the Hyatt House in Emeryville, a great place to wat... (more)
A weekend morning along the shores of San Pablo Bay on Union Pacific's Martinez Subdivision finds one of the countless Amtrak California service trains passing the control point at Hercules as it ... (more)
Racing east, CDTX 2006 shoves it's train along the Cal-P between Pinole and Hercules.
A commuter train disrupts the silence of this urban area. I wish I knew what time I took this photo, maybe those two seagulls watching the train know?
The sun glistens on Amtrak 541 as they snake along the San Pablo Bay.
Capitol Corrridor 541 cruises by Eckley Pier and along the Carquinez Straits on a crisp summer day in the Bay Area.
A Winter storm develops over the lush emerald Hayward Hills while #535 to San Jose crosses a full Alameda Creek.
Westbound Capitol Corridor #541 arrives at the Emeryville station.
Amtrak # 532 pounds the diamonds as it heads north to Hayward. Little did we know that this very train would strike a person just south of the Oakland Coliseum.
On a cold and rainy night in the bay area, a westbound Capital rolls into the Emeryville station to pick up a good number of riders. The rain soaked ground adds to the “feeling” of this night ... (more)
Amtrak California's network of busses rivals its rail network for size, and helps funnel riders to the trains.