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.
Get in the spirit of Halloween with a ghost tour in Sacramento, dance in the streets of Berkeley, celebrate all things Bacon in San Jose, or slurp your favorite oysters in Oakland. There’s always plenty of weekend fun along the Capitol Corridor route!
This article was updated on 6/7/2018
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Capitol Corridor’s Holiday Gift Guide has arrived.
Here at Capitol Corridor, we spent Black Friday scouring the Internet and trolling the malls to find the best holiday gifts for the train rider in your life. Ok, not really, we were actually working on Black Friday. But we did put our heads together to brainstorm gift ideas for people who ride the train regularly. If that person is you, share this Capitol Corridor holiday gift guide with your loved ones (hint, hint)! Here’s what we came up with: