A extra long Coaster set deadheads over the San Luis Rey River in Oceanside, California.
The last remaining Amtrak F59PHI in revenue service on the Pacific Surfliner departs the Del Mar Cliffs, enroute to San Diego on Amtrak 774.
Amtrak #503 was once a frequent visitor to San Diego many years ago when it wore its famed "Pepsi Can" paint scheme. 25 years later, Dash 8's like #503 aren't as frequent visiting "... (more)
Arriving at its second to last stop, the Sprinter brakes quickly to the stop, at the Coast Highway station. Quick note, the station is located on the Escondido Jct. wye, making it possible for a u... (more)
On the 2nd day of the year, an all Norfolk Southern powered Union Pacific train, cruises through San Timoteo Canyon en route to LATC.
On "Turkey Day 2015," Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner #566 negotiates the curves on the Surfline's most remote place: Miramar Hill. Towering behind, are the vast office buildings in nearby So... (more)
Passing over one of the classic trestle bridges that call the Surfline home, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner #562 is only 30 minutes away from its final destination of Downtown San Diego. This view can... (more)
Leading the first southbound Surfliner train of the morning, Amtrak 462 looks rather tired, as it is one of the last 2 locomotives that hasn't been overhauled on the Pacific Surfliner fleet.
Amtrak Heritage Unit #184, rests at the vintage Santa Fe Depot, in Downtown San Diego. In 15 minutes, she will push on Amtrak #583, to Los Angeles.