Caltrain 164, making all local stops to Gilroy, eases out of San Francisco's station.
Caltrain 160 roars into Millbrae, making all stops to Gilroy.
The "San Francisco" and the "County of Santa Clara" idle in San Jose's yard. I caught 919 later in the day departing from San Francisco.
MP36 sleeps waiting for an early-evening Bullet departure while 2011 loads passengers for Sacramento.
914, 909, and CDTX 2009 hang out and whisper at each other in San Jose. Both 909 and 914 will be used on the evening commute.
114 is usually assigned to the Coast Starlight but lately has been making the rounds on the Capitol Corridor. Here she sits waiting to become the first Eastbound train of the day.
Ready for the first Limited Express to San Francisco, 900 idles momentarily at San Jose before departing.
922 highballs 4th and King with one of the "Target trains," bound for Gilroy.
These locomotives are just massive. They dwarf even the F40PH-2C units.
With 923 and 927 in front of me and 925 behind me, half of the MP36PH roster is present at San Francisco right now.
922 just looks naked without the nose light!
909 and entourage wait patiently for the Baby Bullet.
904 waits to have her blue flags removed for the sprint up to San Francisco.
Eastbound Zephyr drags in, about 60 minutes after the usual arrival.
Eastbound Zephyr rolls out of Emeryville, already 55 minutes late.