BNSF yard seen from Coronado Bridge.
Our train back to Los Angeles is ready for departure, in push configuration. I took this pic without tripod while the conductor asking everybody to get inside, so I am lucky that is not shaky.
Fantastic spot surprisingly seen from touristic Bus,while crossing Coronado Bridge at 240 ft. height
S70 consist Departing to San Ysidro terminal from this magnificent station located in a curve, as an integrated part of the One America Building. The complex was designed by Helmut Jahn in 1991, a... (more)
Built in 1915 by ATSF in Spanish Colonial style, this lovely Union Station is now in the National Register of historic places. At left, my family getting some info at the tourism office.
A common day at Santa Fe depot. With trolleys, light rail, buses, Amtrak and Coaster trains seems to be one of the busiest stations in California
Recently arrived, I run like a ferroboby to take this pic before the train moves...thanks to my family to be patient..!
The Christmas spirit is present in San Diego as a Christmas tree above a skyscrapers adds to the backdrop while AMTK 90208 is prepped to lead the northbound addition of LARail.com's Pearl Harbor D... (more)
H-BARSDG1-06A arrives in San Diego with a diverse engine consist and train for various customers in the region. Petco Park can be seen on the right. To the left is the San Diego Convention Center,... (more)
Two LMX units bask in the late afternoon sun at the Santa Fe - BNSF yard office, which is located near downtown San Diego. The Coronado Bay Bridge can be seen above the units.
Missing a number board, Amtrak 513 sits at the passenger station in downtown San Diego.
With the cold weather upon the Northeast, how about some summer SoCal memories to warm up the atmosphere? Pacific Surfliner rolls through some of the most scenic parts of California.
Amtrak 464 (F59PHI) waits along side helper engine 462 in front of the iconic Santa Fe Depot in San Diego, California.
Ballasting the Station Track The North County Transit District (Coaster) bought the track from Oceanside down from the Santa Fe in 1994 and was leasing 372 and probably the dump cars.