660 departs Oceanside with a faded F40 shoving on the rear. As a Penn State alum, I'm always amazed at seeing that PSU-wrapped coach behind the power in California!
Metrolink 812 departs aptly-named Oceanside on a nice summer afternoon at a scene which screams "California".
Coaster 690 passing CP-Longboard with an F40 shoving on the rear.
A extra long Coaster set deadheads over the San Luis Rey River in Oceanside, California.
Over the Harbor Lagoon: An Amtrak F59PHI leads a tardy Pacific Surfliner train into Oceanside. Earlier in the evening, train 580 was cancelled at Fullerton due to a problem with one of the ... (more)
A Helping Hand from up North: An old GO Transit F59PH shoves the set for train 602 from Oceanside to the Stuart Mesa Commuter Facility. Metrolink leased 3 additional F59PH locomotives in 20... (more)
Nearing the end. Serving out their final months in Southern California before being sold to Metra in Chicago after 20 years running the Surfline, F59PHIs 464 and 459 lead southbound ... (more)
Amtrak meets Sprinter at Wisconsin Ave. on the Surf-Line just south of the Oceanside Transit Center.
With the crew foreman blowing his air horn and holding up a warning board, an outbound Coaster heads into its final stop at Oceanside.
An Amtrak San Diegan pauses at the Oceanside, California, station and provides an opportunity to compare the differences between F40PH and F59PH diesels. GO Transit F59PH 552 and coach 235... (more)
Super Bowl BoundOn a stormy January 30th, 1988, a four-car Santa Fe officers' special rushes south across the San Luis Rey River Bridge at the river's mouth (where it empties into t... (more)
Arriving at its second to last stop, the Sprinter brakes quickly to the stop, at the Coast Highway station. Quick note, the station is located on the Escondido Jct. wye, making it possible for a u... (more)