Fallen Flags. The Santa Fe Depot in San Diego, CA was opened on March 8, 1915, part of a large expansion of rail service in the area. Naturally, a Fred Harvey concession was included in the statio... (more)
California Adventure! Webb Rail LLC - WEBX's former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built Pullman dome/sleeper 313 (WEBX 801044) and former New York Central Railroad Budd built Pullman obs/diner/sle... (more)
An advertiser wrapped San Diego Trolley passes through the high-rise jungle of today's Santa Fe Depot area.
Extreme wide-angle view of a northbound Coaster leaving the Santa Fe Depot.
The Amtrak rescue engine awaits a possible call at the Santa Fe Depot.
In the early hours of the morning, Amtrak F59PHI's 453 and 460 are joined by P42DC 162 laying over at San Diego's Santa Fe Depot in advance of the morning rush hour.
A pair of Rail Runner Commuter trains waiting for late afternoon departure.
After our arrival at Santa Fe depot in San Diego, train #564 was waiting under the palm trees and the buildings to become train #573 and head back to Los Angeles.
A Pacific Surfliner SC-44 Charger prepares to carry the markers on train 583 to Los Angeles.
Santa Fe GP-30 2755 works in the San Bernardino yard next to the Santa Fe Depot.
Trains and planes San Diego style. Sun is hard on paint as witnessed by the nose of AMTK 20 as it prepares to push the 583 northbound. The close proximity of the airport make planes appear to fly ... (more)
AMTK 456 will soon board passengers at the San Diego Santa Fe Depot and head up the coast.
Having just arrived on one of Amtraks "Pacific Surfliner" trains, Amtrak P42DC no. 11 rests at the Santa Fe Depot in downtown San Diego, CA as AMTK F59PHi no. 453 is fueled on the next t... (more)