Beschreibung BeschreibungCaltrain Numbers. Train numbers appear on the leading element of each train consist. Since northbound trains are led by a control car, and southbound trains are led by a locomotive, with two of each type locomotive and control car there are four possible locations for train numbers. Cropped and resized from the sources listed.
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However, following the CTX Project , completed in , the Bayshore station was rebuilt and moved south. As of [update] , the existing Bayshore station straddles the border between the counties of San Mateo and San Francisco; the platform itself is in Brisbane while the main parking lot is in San Francisco. The Third Street extension opened in early without a connection to Caltrain. The closest Muni station, Arleta Station , is approximately seven minutes by foot north from the Bayshore Caltrain station along Tunnel Avenue.
A loop extension of T Third would be built largely on San Mateo County land connecting the Sunnydale Station to a new intermodal platform west of the Peninsula Corridor rail line on land planned for redevelopment as part of the Brisbane Baylands. The railroad planned to build an extensive terminal facility in Visitacion Valley that would serve as the primary maintenance and marshaling facility for the San Francisco Peninsula. Financial problems delayed completion of the project, and the acre 1.
The facility operated around the clock and employed over 1, workers. By , this was steam engines, but by , diesel-electric locomotives had become common enough that the Bayshore steam shops were closed. The roundhouse continued to service diesel locomotives, but the decline of industry and shipping in San Francisco and along the peninsula led to the closure of the yards in the early s.
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South San Francisco station (Caltrain)