California Surfin' - The marine layer has burned off for the last few hours of daylight as a northbound Pacific Surfliner bound for San Luis Obispo crosses the magnificent Gaviota trestle. ... (more)
California Department of Transportation SC-44 2116, in service on Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliners, is stationed at the passenger station in San Diego, California, as a protection unit. This lo... (more)
California Department of Transportation SC-44 2116 pulls a six car Pacific Surfliner through Chapman University as it heads from Goleta to San Diego. Train 768 has an eclectic set of cars ... (more)
COVID-19 Reduced Service -
On Tuesday, March 24, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliners began operating on a reduced service schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under this new schedul... (more)
Amtrak 768 crosses the UP Brea Chemical Industrial Lead at grade at Los Nietos as they head towards San Diego.
A Pacific Surfliner train rolls along the beach station of San Clemente Pier at sunset.
Hustling past the 107-year-old Del Mar depot, Amtrak 1566 approaches the sweeping curve that will rejoin it with the Pacific Ocean for a few miles before finally breaking off for the trip inland t... (more)
A far cry from the colorful red, orange and black GS-4's that once barked up this very grade with the famous "Daylight," CDTX 2116 carries on the tradition of hauling passengers through ... (more)
On a phenomenally clear day at Seacliff, Amtrak 763 is seen beginning to make the turn toward the small, coastal community of La Conchita on its way north.
About to duck under the passing shadow of a cloud, CDTX 2116 leads Amtrak 767 along the flat, straight track between Camarillo and Oxnard as it heads for its next station stop at the later.
One of Amtrak's newest chargers shoves on the rear of a Northbound Pacific Surfliner as it heads for it's next stop at Fullerton.