On the last day of March, Amtrak 769 races north along the California coast near Del Mar, CA.
Visitors enjoy their time at the beach while Amtrak 774 races along the coast at San Clemente Pier, CA.
A very off schedule BNSF freight heads up the Surf Line at San Clemente behind a pair of Tier 4 GEs. Westbound freights typically pass through here in the late evening hours, but today's train off... (more)
After a seven year absence, Amtrak's sole-operating Great Dome car, the 1955-built "Ocean View," returned to a regularly scheduled Pacific Surfliner train as it joined the single-level H... (more)
The Regio train from Hel to Chojnce of name "TUR" (as an operator is PolRegio) is just after the Władysławowo Port passenger stop and is approaching to Władysławowo Station pas... (more)
SNCF CC 6567 (named "Brest") with train R 419 from Lyon-Perrache to Torino Porta Nuova is passing the Lac du Bourget. The trainis composed of GS standard carriages partially in the old ... (more)
As a pair of surfers wait their turn to "shred the gnar" along the coast of Emma Wood State Beach, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner train #790 races southward towards Los Angeles right along t... (more)
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner on the trestle over Gaviota Beach.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner with the 464 and 455 head through San Clemente.
From the viewpoint of the city of Silvi Paese you can see the railroad. There are several trains on it, like freight trains, high speed trains and regional trains.
Its easy to see what the once popular "Daylight" passenger trains were called 'the most beautiful train's in the world' as they skirted the Pacific Ocean at locations like this. While the days of ... (more)
2TE10M-2974 leads passenger train Moscow - Sokhumi
A couple visitors to the beaches of San Clemente gaze up at a late, daylight H-BARSDG1 as the train rolls along the Pacific Ocean on the ex-ATSF "Surf Line".
SNCF BB 7230 with train 6598 from Cerbčre to Narbonne with carriages for Strasbourg. This scenic Railway line offers a great view over the Mediterranean Sea.