A sighting of the San Ardo cans this morning heading to Los Angeles.
The Coast Line's primary use these days is passenger traffic and locals, but occasionally a repositioning move sneaks through. Here, an IOALBR carrying empty intermodal flats from Oakland to Long ... (more)
The Union Pacific mobile Lab cruises down the coast on a typical Southern California summer weekend.
California Girls After spending majority of my summer in Arizona, it was great to get back to the Pacific Ocean and do some "train watching". I've never shot the northern region o... (more)
The southbound Cans, with five engines on the point, take the curve along the beach at Emma Wood State Park.
Empty auto rack pass by Sunday Beach goers along the Rincon Parkway.
She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes... The Union Pacific LOF67 (nicknamed the Guadalupe Turn by fans and rails alike) makes its twice weekly appearance heading north through Ventura... (more)
Evening autos head down the Coast Line as rare (for this region) storm clouds offer a dramatic appearance against the Pacific Ocean.
The Triple Seven charges out of the station at Ventura and begins it's trip along the namesake stretch of the Coast Line with the usual Surfliner set in tow.
An ex-Southern Pacific AC4400 leads a Mexico-bound AMPEPR auto train into Ventura on its trip down the Coast Line at last light as fishermen go about their day oblivious to the train's passage.
Union Pacific 9907 leads the UP # 210 Mobile Laboratory down the Coast route.
Union Pacific, Three Engine Gen Set # 2714 leads two other engines and the UP # 210 Mobile Laboratory Up the Coast route.
Amtrak #14, the Northbound Coast Starlight.
Union Pacific 7652 leaves the siding at Seacliff, takes the Main and continues southbound.
Heading back to Los Angles ,three light engines highball past Emma Wood State Park.