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ATSF3434316 viewsTrain 1, the SF Chief, was late so this relay train ran from Bakersfield to serve Valley passengers. Shown at Richmond, April 1962. Courtesy of John Stashik3 comments
ferry_point_Apr60.jpg
ferry_point_Apr603419 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point in Richmond. April 1960 Courtesy of John Stashik5 comments
conlon_potrero2.jpg
conlon_potrero22473 viewsAT&SF Ry in El Cerrito between Conlon and Potrero. Courtesy of Tom Panas
potrero_schmidt2.jpg
potrero_schmidt22367 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito between Potrero and Schmidt Courtesy of Tom Panas
table_5_1_28.jpg
table_5_1_282795 viewstable.5.1.28 Courtesy of John Stashik
trains.jpg
trains4840 viewsTable showing train numbers on the Richmond-Oakland line. Courtesy of Tom Panas1 comments
w_FerryPt_Jan03.jpg
w_FerryPt_Jan034395 viewsSanta Fe Railway at Ferry Point Richmond as it is today (Jan 2003). At one time the fleet of Santa Fe tugs and car barges shuttled between Ferry Point (Richmond) and: China Basin (SF); Pier 41 (SF); Alice Street (Oakland); Alameda and Tiburon. Co8 comments
schmidt2.jpg
schmidt22564 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito; Schmidt Lane area Courtesy of Tom Panas9 comments
stockton_fairmount2.jpg
stockton_fairmount22816 viewsSanta Fe in El Cerrito, Stockton to Fairmount Aves. Courtesy of Tom Panas
ecN.jpg
ecN2633 viewsEl Cerrito, northern part. Blue lines show tracks; pink notes rail customers. The Oakland line was abandoned in May 1979; most of the spurs were long gone before that. Courtesy of Tom Pana
ecS.jpg
ecS2768 viewsEl Cerrito, southern part. Shows Santa Fe line with customers and spurs. Line was abandoned May 1979; most of the spurs were gone long before that. Courtesy of Tom Panas3 comments
 
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