Vintage Trolley in a Modern World: San Diego Trolley PCC car number 530 travels around the downtown "Silver Line" loop. It originally ran for Twin Cities Transit in Minneapolis, M... (more)
S70 consist Departing to San Ysidro terminal from this magnificent station located in a curve, as an integrated part of the One America Building. The complex was designed by Helmut Jahn in 1991, a... (more)
A common day at Santa Fe depot. With trolleys, light rail, buses, Amtrak and Coaster trains seems to be one of the busiest stations in California
SDMTS 1017 and 1018 sit side-by-side at the Western Railway Museum, currently the only museum in the United States that can stage a scene such as this
SDMTS 1017 basks in the afternoon light as it sits on the south shop lead at the Western Railway Museum
San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System is the oldest of the "second generation" light rail systems in the United States, having begun service on July 26, 1981. A little over thirty yea... (more)
Downtown Turnaround - An articulated trolley of the San Diego red cars rounds the corner at Kettner and Broadway in downtown San Diego.
Rest & Relax - A restored PCC Type interurban car rounds the corner at Kettner and Broadway in downtown San Diego. An interesting observation to the renovation, is that the original sing... (more)
SDMTS 1018 sits at Pantano after the first leg of one of its first ever runs for the public at the Western Railway Museum
Guillermo Sanchez © 2014
A Green Line train on the San Diego Trolley heads south from the heart of downtown and approaches the Convention Center stop.
The Western Railway Museum shop crews reached an important milestone today (5/7/14), SDMTS 1018, the museum's newest acquisition, managed to make it to the end of the wire and back free of trouble... (more)
SDMTS Siemens–Duewag U2 1018 is nearly to the shops as it gets shoved by MUNI 0305