The Last One: Amtrak train 572 rolls along the Pacific Ocean at Torrey Pines as it leaves the city limits of Del Mar and passes into the city of San Diego. On the head end of the train is F... (more)
AMTK 459, one of only two F59PHi's still on Amtrak property in Los Angeles (at the time the photo was taken), bathes in the morning light across from the Redondo turntable as it's prepared for its... (more)
Metra F59PHI 93 leads an outbound train at CP Morgan, meeting 417 on a inbound.
Amtrak train 77, the Piedmont, departs Raleigh Union Station for Charlotte, North Carolina. Many changes have occurred over the past several months. The building just above the locomotive i... (more)
"Last Miles on the West Coast"
One of three (at the time) F59PHIs left in service on the Pacific Surfliner route brings up the markers of train 573 as it rockets northb... (more)
AMTK 451 leads the sole lower-level set on the Pacific Surfliner rotation out of Del Mar and toward its final destination of San Diego on a cool, winter's morning along the train's namesake line.
Two Pacific Surfliner F59PHi's live out their final days in Los Angeles on a warm, spring day at Redondo Junction. While the 462 is only briefly visiting the ex-Santa Fe locomotive maintenance fac... (more)
The sun might be out but its another cool, winter's day along the surfline as AMTK 451 shoves 1573 north for Los Angeles.
Operating it's final days along the ex-Southern Pacific coast line, AMTK 458 shoves on the rear of Amtrak 763 as it leaves Emma Wood State Beach behind on its way to San Luis Obispo. The odd place... (more)
A westbound Surfliner heads along the Pacific Coast as they depart San Clemente with an F59 that's now serving its second life in Chicago.
Surfliner Veterans No More. It's a warm, spring afternoon in Los Angeles as AMTK 460 and companion AMTK 456 bask in the afternoon light at Amtrak's Redondo Junction locomotive maintenance f... (more)
Springtime Surfliner: Pacific Surfliner train 774 zooms past a field in Carlsbad, California on its way to San Diego. Winter may be just over a month longer, but there are already signs of ... (more)