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)
Inside a Metrolink bi level.
An evening Sprinter heads west towards its terminal in Oceanside. The Sprinter is a DMU light rail that shares the BNSF Escondido branch. Freight trains operate mostly in the evening after service... (more)
Seen crossing Loma Alta Creek, Pacific Surfliner #774 is only about a minute or two out of the Oceanside stop on it's way to San Diego. It is running about 15 minutes late today.
Passengers board at Oceanside station.
Once upon a time, southern California had a massive transit system - the Pacific Electric Railway (along with local trains operated by Santa Fe, Southern Pacific and Union Pacific). But the PE's ... (more)
Southbound train 690 passes CP Escondido Jct. on its journey south towards San Diego.
A rush hour Coaster heads towards Oceanside, where it will change ends to head back to San Diego on a beautiful day.