The Annual BNSF Holiday Train rounds the curve into Summit where it will then return back to San Bernardino.
Amtrak P42DC No.9 and Amtrak P32-8 No.509 lead eastbound No.11, the Coast Starlight, across the causeway thru the Elkhorn Slough Sanctuary.
Santa Cruz, Big Trees & Pacific No.2641, converted from a F7 to a road switcher by Santa Fe, leads the annual Holiday Light Train down Beach Street.
The westbound (SP Timetable) Salinas Hauler hustles to clear the main for a late eastbound Coast Starlight at Elkhorn Slough.
Eastbound (SP Timetable) No. 11, The Coast Starlight, crosses over Elkhorn Slough.
The Oxnard Local passes through Saticoy on it's way back from Santa Paula. Dispatcher 230 is already anticipating fitting it onto mainline and the flow of Amtrak's at the junction at Montalvo.
The westbound Coast Starlight has Silver Lariat and Silver Solarium bringing up the markers. The cars are heading to Seattle to be part of the annual snow train from Seattle to Leavenworth WA. ove... (more)
The Oxnard Local returns from Santa Paula after dropping off a car. This stretch of rail is part of the original Coast Line from San Francisco to Los Angeles now shared with the Fillmore & Western... (more)
Dropping down the grade from Cumbres Pass, K-36 No.487 negotiates the horseshoe curve at Los Pinos with the train to Antonito.
K-36 No. 489 pulls away after dropping off a car at the shop in Antonito.The 489 will then switch over and back into the shop for the night to prepare for tomorrows run to Chama.
Cumbres And Toltec, K-36 No.489, slides downhill from Cumbres Pass with the train to Chama new Mexico.
The Napa Valley Railroad Sunset Dinner Train.
Surfliner No.1761 travels along cobblestone Beach with the Vets Cabbage car in the middle of the train. Private cars Silver Splendor, Acoma, Pacific Trail and Overland Trail, with Amtrak 167 pushi... (more)
Colorado & Southern T-12 No. 168 built by Baldwin for the Denver & Rio Grande in 1883 awaits restoration,. Cumbres & Toltec K-36 No. 489 cools down from the days trip from Chama.
The train from Antonito climbs the grade to Cumbres Pass on its return to Chama New Mexico.