A clean BNSF 124 sports its Warbonnet paint scheme, as it and a GP39 trot 42 cars from NUMMI up the square. Unfortunately Toyota shut down its Warm Springs operation, and this cute local that alwa... (more)
The low setting sun shines it's last rays on the Heritage 1 paint job, as BNSF 2156 leads the Warm Springs Local across the diamonds at Niles and back towards Richmond.
Warbonnets! Two Warbonnets lead the Warm Springs Local across Harbour Way in the Richmond Industrial District on a cloudy May morning.
Two Santa Fe GP60's bring us back to the 90's as they lead the Westbound Warm Springs Local through Emeryville on a stormy October afternoon.
Sporting its fresh H3 Swoosh paint job, BNSF 1574 and her SD45-2 carbody cross Harbour Way in the industrial district of Richmond, leading a monster sized Warm Springs Local.
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 a beautiful blue sky with nice looking clouds, the Northbound Warm Springs Local rumbles through San Lorenzo crossing a bridge that was built in 1900.
Foam responsibly. The matched pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M's roll North through Washington Avenue, leading the Warm Springs Local back to Richmond.
WOW! A matched pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M's take me back to 1995, while they lead the Northbound Warm Springs Local through San Leandro on another California Summer afternoon.
Flowers are in full bloom, while a Heritage 1 Dash 9 leads a 19-car Warm Springs Local up the Square on a mild 73 degree June afternoon.
Two big Dash 9's lead the Northbound Warm Springs Local up Jack London Square on a nice late Spring afternoon.
With her Nathan P3 blasting, BNSF 7126 crosses the 1900-built San Lorenzo truss bridge at Lewelling Blvd leading the Warm Springs Local North.
BNSF 6874 sports her Santa Fe blue and yellow paint job leading the Southbound BNSF Warm Springs Local past the Hayward "AmShack".
Sporting the Heritage 1 paint scheme, BNSF 7126 leans into the high speed banked curve at Albany.
A slick BNSF 1574 crosses Harbor Way in Richmond, which is only protected by two mere crossbucks.