With the December chill fresh in the air, the upper-50's weather forces all the Southern Californians indoors, leaving us hearty souls to brave the foul weather. Seen here behind the empty volleyb... (more)
Built in 1925 by the Santa Fe Railway, the causeway bisecting the Los Penasquitos still serves nearly 50 trains per day at speeds up to 90mph. Amtrak 91 pours on the power to spend a couple miles ... (more)
Hot train before the heat.
Sprinter light rail service zooms west towards the Ocean.
Trains and fishing, some of the finer things in life.
LORAX! Taken well before Lorax-branded everything was cool, MTS vehicle #2019 sports a Lorax-themed ad-wrap promoting green travel via Trolley. Check out a close-up on the impressive more)
New vehicles! Slowly arriving onto Trolley property are 57 new short S70's as part of a joint order with Utah Transit Authority. These new vehicles will soon run over the entire system once... (more)
Blazing a trail across the Alaskan wilderness.
Waiting for a green into West Portal Station, two MUNI vehicles hold inside the Twin Peaks Tunnel.
Mt. Shasta. View from the cupola of MCR 102.
What to think? The first of many beautifully restored PCC cars makes an odd appearance during a big downtown LRT closure. But a massive MTS pantograph stretched high for the tall OCS, LED s... (more)
Humming along Commercial Street, a duo of SD100's haul a trainload of passengers into the San Diego city core. New development in the background give us a glimpse of a new dense, Southern Californ... (more)
With Shasta looking so good, not even our engineer can't resist a quick stop.
Long after presents opened, food eaten, wine drank, and friends departed, a lonely train cuts the silence; rolling under the giant counterweight of the Salmon Bay Bridge
One of the few times in my life where any living creature has found me more interesting than a passing freight train.