Coaster 655 comes out of Torrey Pines in the late evening.
The sun has just popped up over the eastern horizon as Coaster 636 heads into Del Mar with a San Diego bound commuter train.
635 heads up Miramar Hill with F40 2101 on its final day of revenue service on the point.
636 enters Del Mar just after sunrise with an F40 on the rear.
Coaster 654 passes over the Coaster-marked bridge at Torrey Pines with F40 2101 on the rear, making its second to last trip to San Diego before being retired.
Today marked the end of an era for the North County Transit District's Coaster service, as their last operating MK built F40 made its final run in revenue service. Displaced by Chargers, the entir... (more)
Up the Grade: Coaster train 639 roars up grade behind an F40 as it nears the summit of Miramar Hill. This side of Miramar has a ruling grade of 2.0%.
Coasting Downgrade: Northbound Coaster train 655 rolls down the 2.2% grade of Miramar Hill as it nears the next stop at Sorrento Valley. In the coming years, this section of railroad will b... (more)
Cosating Through Spring: A northbound Coaster commuter train glides through Cardiff behind F40PHM-2C number 2102. The 2102 and 4 other F40s used for Coaster service were just into their fin... (more)
Coaster 640 heads towards downtown San Diego as they pass through Rose Canyon.
Coaster 654 heads into San Diego with the first commuter train of the afternoon.
Coaster 656 winds up Miramar Hill with an F40 shoving on the rear.
Coaster 657 heads down the 2.2% grade on Miramar Hill with an F40 in the lead as they work their way towards the Pacific Coast and Oceanside.
An F40 leads Coaster 655 along the Del Mar bluffs with an Oceanside-bound passenger train.
After crossing over at CP-Ash, the second of three outbound passenger trains that Coaster is running during their reduced schedule departs San Diego.