The railroads have seen their share of troubles.
But a new class of train has been gaining momentum in recent years, and some railroads are trying to capitalize on that.
The railroads that have been making waves are trying out new ways to sell trains that are cheaper and better for passengers.
And some are taking their new railroads and building them on their existing rail lines.
The newest rail line to take shape is the Horseshoe, which runs from the Bay Area to San Francisco.
The Horsetrack, which opens to the public Thursday, has been built in San Francisco, but it’s a new project.
Its the first to connect the Bay to the San Francisco Bay.
Its part of a $1.3 billion project by California Pacific Railway and its partners to connect two of its rail lines in Northern California to the North Bay.
The two lines, which run along the border between the Bay and San Francisco Peninsula, will connect at the railroad’s old Hayward yard.
The Hayward Yard was built in 1909, the same year that the California Pacific Railroad opened its first freight depot.
It was later moved to the new Hayward Yard, which is now a freight terminal, with its original name, the Hayward Street Yard.
The company plans to expand the rail yard into an extension to the Honshu-San Francisco Expressway.
The rail yard will be a hub for freight trains to run between San Francisco and San Jose.
California Pacific has also been working on a new train, the Bayliner, which will be used to move freight between the San Jose area and San Diego.
The company is developing the train with the help of a consortium of San Francisco-based companies.
The new train is expected to be up and running by 2020.
It will be the second new train in the Bay area to run on California Pacific’s line.