Amtrak's Coast Starlight crosses the Stenner Creek Trestle as it descends into San Luis Obispo.
The Amtrak Coast Starlight descends the Golden Hills of Cuesta Pass north of San Luis Obispo.
The extra long Amtrak Coast Starlight travels around the Horseshoe curve north of San Luis Obispo.
Former UP dome-obs "Native Sun" is on the rear of the "westbound" (north) Coast Starlight as it makes its station stop at San Luis Obispo. The photographer was part of a group who chartered the ca... (more)
SP 4449 heads north from San Luis Obispo with a helper to Santa Margarita, looking very much like the original Train 99 Coast Daylight except with an SD40 for a helper rather than a 2-10-2. This ... (more)
Amtrak Coast Starlight #11 heads south through the Edna Valley near San Luis Obispo, CA.
Pepsi Can 517 takes the SB Coast Starlight toward Los Angeles.
Amtrak #14, the "Coast Starlight," heads north out of San Luis Obispo, California, on its journey from Los Angeles to Seattle. Just ahead is the scenic Cuesta Grade over the Coast Range Mountains.
Northbound and southbound Amtrak "Coast Starlights" meet in San Luis Obispo, California, on August 25, 2001. Amtrak P42DC 65 and an F40PH are in charge of train #11 (Seattle to Los Angeles) and D... (more)
Amtrak train #14, the "Coast Starlight," arrives in San Luis Obispo, on California's scenic Central Coast roughly halfway between Los Angeles and the Bay Area. Three General Electric engines, in ... (more)
Coast Starlights meet. NB (closer with Pepsi Can 508) waiting for SB (Pepsi Can 512) to clear the station.
Amtrak's Coast Starlight heads south through a valley in South San Luis Obispo.
Golden Gate Railroad Museum's restored SP 4-6-2, #2472 had gone South to San Luis Obispo as part of the 100th anniversary of the SP in SLO. On a very clear Sunday morning, the big Pacific is pulli... (more)