An early westbound freight heads by the San Clemente Pier just before sunset.
Kite Surfers, children and parents stop for a moment to watch the passing of the Cans. Union Pacific ET44AH No. 2756 salutes the crowd with waves,bells and whistles. How can you not like a train?
Under a Union Pacific colored Sunset,the eastbound Gaudalupe Local with Union Pacific SD70M No. 4334, leads a short consist of mixed manifest by Faria Beach. Also two of the San Luis Obispo Helpe... (more)
Fresh into service a Hitachi class 800 rounds the seawall south of Dawlish with a train for Plymouth.
An endangered F59PH leads Metrolink 667 toward San Clemente as it skirts the Pacific Ocean in the afternoon light.
When you think of Metrolink...you probably don't picture its trains skirting the Pacific Ocean. Trains find themselves hugging this section of the coast line daily, however, as the commuter railro... (more)
A northbound Pacific Surfliner, running with one of two lower-level sets of equipment based out of Los Angeles, lives up to its name as it "surfs" along the coast line on its approach to San Cleme... (more)
A surfer catches some waves at sunset as H-BARSDG arrives in San Clemente with a train bound for San Diego.
The morning fog is breaking up as Union Pacific No.7899 with an Auto Repo slides down the Carpenteria Bluffs.
It is a 100+ degree day in and around the Los Angeles area. It is also Saturday. And you can bet, every single beach from Ventura onward has run out of parking, as families and friends alike flock... (more)
Brand new and glistening in the sun, UP 3064 leads a auto repositioning move down the Coast route.
Historic train "Catalán Talgo" with talgo IIIRD (Trans Europ Express) and 252.061 from Portbou to Barcelona Estació de França at Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, with the last light of day.
BNSF Officer Special heading to San Diego and back.