Speed-lettered GP60 #1053 awaits its next morning's work as the Oxnard Local.
A Union Pacific GP40-2 and GP60 wait out the evening in Oxnard Yard. This set is used to power the early morning Oxnard Local the serves the area's industrial base.
A northbound Amtrak Pacific Surfliner tiptoes over temporary stick track laid down in order to open the Union Pacific Coast Line to through traffic again after a terrible commuter train vs. vehicl... (more)
Platform repos have become common again on the Union Pacific Coast Line, but this is the first one with a standard cab lead in quite some time. Having picked up a cut of platforms at Sudden the tr... (more)
Power for the PTC test train sits in Oxnard Yard (with its own private security guard just out of frame).
The day's local returns to the engine house (crossing Industrial on the house lead). This locomotive was with Ventura County throughout the entire Rail America era. It's now wearing the colors of ... (more)
A northbound Surfliner train heads through a field of strawberries and flowers on its way to Santa Barbara.
The very last GUM train of the year (Guadalupe Turn) will have to slow down from track speed in just a few moments as it has 25 cars, including a wayward SD70ACe to pick up in Oxnard before contin... (more)
Ventura County’s Bicentennial 70-tonner #4 (ex-Southwestern Portland Cement 14) at Oxnard, CA on August 3, 1976.
Ventura County 70-tonner #1 at Oxnard, CA on July 1, 1976.