Framed by a spectacular Central Coast sunset, Amtrak train no. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight, rumbles back to speed after a stop at a faulty crossing near Castroville, Cal. Vintage searchligh... (more)
Bringing up the rear of today's northbound Coast Starlight as it crosses the 1894-bult, 930-foot long Stenner Creek Trestle is the ex-Canadian National rear-observation car "Burrard."
Living up to its namesake, Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight, Train No. 14, crosses over the 811-foot long trestle at Gaviota as it breaks away from Highway 101 and heads toward the Hollister Ra... (more)
The Coast Starlight rolls along, 2 hours later than normal due to track work on the Union Pacific near Crescent Lake.
Running late, the Coast Starlight nears Klamath Falls with Mt. Shasta in the background.
Due to trackwork, Amtrak's Coast Starlight was held at Klamath Falls for two additional hours. The train is seen skirting the northeastern edge of the Upper Klamath Lake just after 10:30 on a warm... (more)
Running a bit late, the northbound Coast Starlight rounds a curve with beautiful Mount Shasta in the background. Just ahead lies the California-Oregon border.
The northbound Coast Starlight bursts out of a large rock cut just south of Cougar, California on the long climb to Grass Lake beneath the spectacular backdrop of Mount Shasta. Taken just 20 secon... (more)
The northbound Coast Starlight coasts along the Pacific Ocean on its way to Seattle. The train will be to Santa Barbara in short order. Note the recently overhauled Surfliner F59PHI locomotive run... (more)
Amtrak Phase I P42 number 156 leads the northbound Coast Starlight across the trestle at Gaviota Beach on a beautiful December day.
The Coast Starlight pulls into Union Station on time during National Train Day celebrations in Portland.
The Seattle bound Coast Starlight crosses over the 170 freeway with Phase IV heritage 184 as the 2nd unit.
With Amtrak 114.
Amtrak - NB 14 Coast Starlight - Observation Car
Amtrak 14 (the Coast Starlight) traverses the Salinas River near Camp Roberts.