Pushing south through Moorpark on a nice November day. Only the 456 seemed to be working.
Amtrak "Pacific Surfliner" #784 (Goleta to San Diego), with F59PHI 460 on the point and F59PHI 456 on the rear (because this trainset is made up of older Amfleet and Horizon Fleet equipment with n... (more)
Amtrak's Amfleet train leaving Fullerton Station.
With its typo now corrected (Million had originally been spelled Millon), Amtrak's 10th anniversary Pacific Surfliner unit makes a stop at Bob Hope Airport before continuing its push into Los Ange... (more)
Pushing on the rear of Amtrak 784 from Goleta is "California Style" F590PHI #458 was delivered in August of 1998 and is seen here with a train of Horizon Cars (along with a Heritage Fleet baggage ... (more)
Locomotive 454 is pointed the wrong way when compared to train 590's consist next to it... Looking carefully (or clicking here) you... (more)
Detail of AMTK 454's windshield. Pacific Surfliner 784 was hit by a brick somewhere between Anaheim and Santa Ana while on its way to San Diego. The train made a rare move up the Olive Sub to wy... (more)
An Amtrak "Pacific Surfliner," headed to San Diego (from Goleta), meets Metrolink train 808 (Oceanside to San Bernardino, with F59PH 868 on the headend) at the Metrolink station in Orange.
Southbound Pacific Surfliner 784 pushes out of the Seacliff siding, after a meet with northbound Surfliner 769.
Amtrak F59PHi 464 'Hudson' is the trailing unit on a southbound double-ended Surfliner featuring Horizon cars and the last Amtrak full-length dome.
Its meet with northbound #769 complete, vacant F59 463 pushes train #784 southbound out of the Seacliff siding, running cabcar first.
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