A view into the recent past when F59PHI's still roamed the surfline. On this warm July day, double headed 464 and 457 make their way past San Clemente Pier heading towards San Diego as beachgoers ... (more)
There are two Pacific Surliner round trips each day that operate the entire 350 miles of the line from San Luis Obispo to San Diego, along California's scenic Pacific Coast. (There are als... (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.
464 shoves the single level Horizon/Amfleet consist north out of Solana Beach en route to Los Angeles.
Waves crash along the coast of Del Mar Beach as northbound train 573 train pushes up the grade here. The Pacific Surfliner train is on time this morning as it heads for the next station stop of S... (more)
Nearing the end. Serving out their final months in Southern California before being sold to Metra in Chicago after 20 years running the Surfline, F59PHIs 464 and 459 lead southbound ... (more)
One can not fully understand the scope of the Thomas Fire until you drive along the coast and see things for yourself. Covered for years with lush vegetation that come spring would be as green as ... (more)
Living up to its name, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner 'surfs' along the California coast line as it races across the iconic trestle at Gaviota in the afternoon light with the private cars "Overla... (more)
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner on the scenic trestle over Gaviota Beach.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner with the 464 and 455 head through scenic San Clemente.
A double header of F59PHIs lead this Pacific Surfliner through San Clemente at sunset.
Amtrak 464 (F59PHI) waits along side helper engine 462 in front of the iconic Santa Fe Depot in San Diego, California.
The sun glints off the stainless steel cars as this Pacific Surfliner makes its way along the beach.
A fisherman takes a moment to look at the passing Pacific Surfliner train before going at it again. I sometimes compare fishing to railfanning as calculation and skill can only get you so far, and... (more)
A pair of F59PHIs (I assume one is a rescue engine added in San Diego, but don't know that for sure) power Amtrak's late Pacific Surfliner 777 through San Clemente.