Amtrak No. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight arrives at Santa Barbara Station with it's 5 car consist. The Northbound Starlight was very popular with good ridership from Santa Barbara. In today'... (more)
Amtrak No. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight departs Santa Barbara Station with it's 5 car consist. The Northbound Starlight was very popular with good ridership from Santa Barbara. In today's c... (more)
The northbound Coast Starlight is a couple of miles from exiting the Golden State as it approaches the west portal of Tunnel 18.
A little rough around the edges, Amtrak Phase 2 P42DC Heritage Unit leads no. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight through the Signals at Padre Juan Canyon Road.
Running a number of hours late after being stuck behind a Metrolink train that unfortunately struck and killed a trespasser in the San Fernando Valley, Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight c... (more)
In the late afternoon golden light, Amtrak 11, the southbound Coast Starlight, continues its climb up Tehachapi as it leans into the well photographed curve here just short of Tunnel 2.
With it's crew change complete, the San Joaquin Starlight highballs Bakersfield's original, ex-Southern Pacific station for its run up the Central Valley. In reality, this is Amtrak's north... (more)
Amtrak No. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight, rolls along the Gaviota Coast north of Santa Barbara on the Coast Route.
Running nearly 3 hours late (due to a 17-hour late #11 and the need to cobble together another set of equipment from the yard), Amtrak's Coast Starlight nears the former CP Lockheed with the Burba... (more)
Running nearly 17 hours late, and with a heritage P42 leading one of the remaining P40s, Amtrak's #11 of the 20th is about to slam past the downtown Burbank platforms and then pass #14 as it final... (more)
The only thing to remind one this afternoon that its fall is a cool breeze blowing down the coast as Amtrak's appropriately named Coast Starlight skirts the Pacific Ocean while passing thro... (more)
The Coast Starlight is northbound in the shadow of Mount Shasta.
The Coast Starlight is roaring though the Willamette Valley on the longest railroad tangent in Oregon - 19 miles.
Amtrak 184 highballing through Pismo Beach, California at sunset
Just 187 miles into its 1377-mile journey from Seattle WA to Los Angeles CA, Amtrak train 11, the southbound Coast Starlight, departs Portland, Oregon’s Union Station after a crew change. ... (more)