Pacific Surfliner train 777 races towards Los Angeles as a helicopter prepares to land at Fullerton Airport.
Northbound Amtrak looming over on it's way to LA.
That is the former Kings Cannery in the background. Kings Cannery was big when agriculture, not tourism, was what Orange County was known for.
An Amtrak Pacific Surliner accelerates out of the Fullerton, CA, passenger station in the north main, while westbound BNSF 7709 trails it on the middle main (to see it, click Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: Cab CarLocation: Fullerton, California, USALocomotive #: AMTK 6952Train ID: AMTK 583Photo Date: June 24, 2005
Kicking up a sizeable dust cloud, A northbound Pacific Surfliner skirts along the Pacific Ocean as it approaches San Clemente at a high rate of speed.
Not something to be seen on most US Railroads, the speedometer hits 92 MPH on the SurfLine.
Looking back from the conductor's side window on Cab Control Car 6952, we can see F59PHI 457 shoving our 6-car Surfling by the life guard house on a very popular San Clemente Beach.
Cabcar 6952 heads the Surfliner as it continues North