Guess What’s Brewing? SF Beer Week, February 10-19

January 20, 2017

We apologize for the last-minute notice; however, the beer sampling for January 26 and February 2 has been cancelled. 

There’s never been a better time to hop aboard the Capitol Corridor to see what’s brewing in the Bay Area!

SF Beer Week, February 10-19, 2017, celebrates the Bay Area’s brewing heritage and craft beer culture with hundreds of events. It kicks off at the SF Beer Week Opening Gala on February 10, followed by nine days of beer dinners, educational events, meet the brewer nights, special releases and more. Check out www.sfbeerweek.org and start planning your itinerary today. More Guess What’s Brewing? SF Beer Week, February 10-19

Capitol Corridor Celebrates 25 Years of Connecting Northern California

December 15, 2016

“It was a beautiful day. The train was a small train – a locomotive I think, with no more than three or four cars, single level.” explained Hubert Hanrahan, Capitol Corridor’s retired Chief Transportation Officer who, in December 1991, was a conductor on board the Capitol Corridor’s very first run. “The rest is history,” he went on to reflect. “It’s been very successful.”

Capitol Corridor train
The Capitol Corridor’s inaugural run on December 11, 1991.

More Capitol Corridor Celebrates 25 Years of Connecting Northern California

“Outside My Window” Photo Contest Winners Announced

November 16, 2016

The Capitol Corridor train passes through 170 miles of some of Northern California’s most beautiful landscape. In October and November 2016, we gave riders the opportunity to showcase their favorite views along the route by entering our photo contest “Outside My Window.” The contest ended on November 5, and our winners have been selected by popular vote and notified. We had over two hundred excellent submissions, and after the two-week voting period, these are the five images that came out on top.

More “Outside My Window” Photo Contest Winners Announced

Pumpkin Patches Along the Capitol Corridor

October 21, 2016

Halloween is just around the corner, and that means its time to get into full pumpkin decorating mode! If you haven’t had a chance to create your perfect jack-o’-lantern yet, here are a few pumpkin patches we discovered that are conveniently located along the Capitol Corridor route. More Pumpkin Patches Along the Capitol Corridor