The bright orange freight unit provides a nice contrast to the scene.
The beach has started to clear out as dinner time nears, but the life guards are still around to barely notice yet another train pass by.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner makes its way along the sandy beaches of San Clemente.
An "America's Railroad Salutes Our Veterans" NPCU is in the S&I with a single level set of equipment. This paint scheme matches P42 #42 and ACS-64 #642 as the third of its kind.
The 455 is on the pit and is readied for another run.
A lone P42 sits under the bright yard lights with the 1929 Sears building in the background.
A few F59PHIs are cooped up in the shop for the night. With the production of the Chargers underway, the clock is ticking for this fleet as the mainstay power for Pacific Surfliner trains.
The 90229 lays over in the yard with a single level set as planes are seen on approach to LAX in the night sky.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner heads through scenic Southern California, living up to its name.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner heads through scenic Southern California.
Coaster heads southbound entering Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve.
Coaster heads southbound passing under N. Torrey Pines Road.
Train 564 heads through the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve in Del Mar with F59PHI 463 in the lead.
The setting sun reflects off of Amtrak 795, a switcher that doesn't appear to have seen much action in some time.