A view into the recent past when F59PHI's still roamed the surfline. On this warm July day, double headed 464 and 457 make their way past San Clemente Pier heading towards San Diego as beachgoers ... (more)
An afternoon Metrolink service (last one for the day) has been to Oceanside and is seen here returning to Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal.
Surfers appear unbothered as a southbound Surfliner service races through San Clemente with a GE P42 providing the horses.
Amtrak 451 would become the last F59PHI in Pacific Surfliner service. Seen here shoving a LAUPT train through the stunning location of San Clemente.
Just another day along the coast.
The sun glints off the stainless steel cars as this Pacific Surfliner makes its way along the beach.
A fisherman takes a moment to look at the passing Pacific Surfliner train before going at it again. I sometimes compare fishing to railfanning as calculation and skill can only get you so far, and... (more)
A rare daylight appearance by the Barstow to San Diego manifest as it winds its way along the Pacific Coast on a beautiful Summer evening.
As the sun sets on the Pacific Ocean Metrolink train 606 rides the coastline as surfers wait to ride the next wave.
A Pacific Surfliner heads past the beaches of San Clemente, CA.
A Pacific Surfliner skirts the coast of San Clemente, CA.
Amtrak's train 774 as seen from the San Clemente Pier.
A pair of F59PHIs (I assume one is a rescue engine added in San Diego, but don't know that for sure) power Amtrak's late Pacific Surfliner 777 through San Clemente.
A Metrolink turn to Oceanside passes through the beach area north of San Clemente Pier.
A rare daylight "Daygo" aka Barstow to San Dieogo manifest, was called today and gave me an excuse to go railfan on the beach.