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Amtrak California (more..)
EMD F59PHI (more..)
Honda Canyon (more..)
Lompoc, California, USA (more..)
April 11, 2007
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AMTK 459 (more..)
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Passengers on tonight's Surfliner are getting their money's worth with a spectacular sunset view over the Pacific. The northbound train is minutes away from its stop at Surf Beach.
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