Approaching Carpenteria as the sun gets low, the northbound Guadalupe local makes the climb up from sea level to the top of the Carpenteria Bluffs.
A Union Pacific Rail Train heads westbound along the Carpenteria Bluffs with a Hezog Rail Unloading Machine bringing up the rear.
A Union Pacific Rail Train heads westbound along the Carpenteria Bluffs with UP 8458 leading.
The Guadalupe Hauler, with a good size train today, rolls along the Carpenteria Bluffs overlooking the Pacific ocean.
Amtrak No. 14 the northbound Coast Starlight to Seattle, with Northern Pacific 313 (AMTK 801044) and Babbling Brook (AMTK 8000007 LAX-OKJ, bringing up the markers
A June gloom weather pattern covers the Coast as a pair of Union Pacific engines pull empty well cars southbound to Los Angeles. Pulled from storage in Coast Subdivision sidings, perhaps it's an i... (more)
The Sunday morning Amtrak Train No. 768 pushes southbound into the rising sun. Surfliners have the engine on the north end so they pull north and push south.
Amtrak No. 14 the northbound Coast Starlight, rolls along the Carpenteria Bluffs to it's next stop in Santa Barbara.
The morning fog is breaking up as Union Pacific No.7899 with an Auto Repo slides down the Carpenteria Bluffs.
The cans traverse the Carpenteria Bluffs on a midday run on the Thanksgiving Weekend.
Due to having one helper unit and one road unit quit at Cuesta Grade in San Luis Obispo County, the Cans are late on this Memorial Day. The cans were doubled down from Santa Margarita to San Luis ... (more)
Oil on the coast. The oil cans from the San Ardo oil fields to the north travel by rail past Venecos Oil Pier which serve's the Oil Platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel.
Amtrak No. 11, the southbound Coast Starlight, highballs along the Carpenteria Bluffs just after sunset.
Along the Carpenteria Bluffs the northbound Guadalupe local climbs from beach level. From Ventura to the Bluffs the Coast Route follows the shoreline between the beach and the coast foothills.
The Coast Starlight, No. 14 , northbound in the fog along the Carpenteria Bluffs with ATSF Business Car No. 33, the Tamalpais, adding a touch of class.