Caltrain Bay Area
Its not photoshopped. I rode the Caltrain from San Jose up to San Francisco when I was in The Bay for vacation. And yes they use double deck units.Photoshopped. Caltrain is a commuter railroad in the San Francisco Bay Area.
They run bilevel push-pull locomotive trains (think Chicago Metra, LA Metrolink, etc.), but not bilevel EMUs as in the photo.
What he's saying is that the rolling stock you show can't be Caltrain as it is electric. Caltrain runs locomotive-hauled diesel rolling stock and owns no electric rolling stock.This thread is about double deck units in general whether is EMUs or push-pull. Caltrain is definitely double deck
Its ok man.What he's saying is that the rolling stock you show can't be Caltrain as it is electric. Caltrain runs locomotive-hauled diesel rolling stock and owns no electric rolling stock.
See here for a list of Caltrain rolling stock.
Your second set of pictures are definite Caltrain stock, but the first picture is a photoshopped mock-up.
he ment at how often it runs for an intercity railway. there are more than 10 daily trips during the week and even more on the weekend, compare it to the sunset limited that runs 3 times a week and the south west chief that runs daily. also the pacific surfliner is the 2nd busiest rail line in the whole system.More:
Bah, that's nothing. Look up the GE Genesis. It makes up the bulk of Amtrak's fleet.
Or our freight trains.