Emma Wood Surfliner: A Pacific Surfliner train passes Emma Wood State Beach on a beautiful Fall day.
Skirting the Pacific Ocean with a colorful pair of additions to this afternoon's train in the form of an extra F59PHi and Amtrak's full-length dome car, Amtrak 790 passes through Emma Wood State B... (more)
Freight train between "Kansai" and "Kyushu" make a detour by Sanin-line.
Due to Sanyo-Mainline is out of order from July that was localized heavy rain.
Along the Cliffs: Amtrak F59PHI 455 brings train 580 along the cliffs in Del Mar on its way to San Diego. The plan is to eventually have the railroad bypass this section by means of a tunne... (more)
Amtrak on the Beach: In San Clemente, the railroad literally runs right along the beach. It is little wonder this rail line got the nick name "Surf Line".
Coasting Along the Cliffs: Northbound train 653 rolls along the coastal bluffs in Del Mar as it heads toward Oceanside.
F59PHI 450 leads Pacific Surfliner train 774 south along the shores of Del Mar, CA towards San Diego. Sadly, the paint matching consists are few and far between these days, as Surfliner's F59's ar... (more)
Chennai Egmore-Rameswaram Boat Mail slowly crosses Pamban Sea Bridge and about to enter the Island town of Rameswaram on a fine saturday morning.
FEC's Port Job trundles across a busy Biscayne Bay as many boaters enjoy it's blue tropical waters. This view is from the Intercontinental Miami pool deck area. The port line reactivated in 2015.
An early westbound freight heads by the San Clemente Pier just before sunset.
Kite Surfers, children and parents stop for a moment to watch the passing of the Cans. Union Pacific ET44AH No. 2756 salutes the crowd with waves,bells and whistles. How can you not like a train?
Under a Union Pacific colored Sunset,the eastbound Gaudalupe Local with Union Pacific SD70M No. 4334, leads a short consist of mixed manifest by Faria Beach. Also two of the San Luis Obispo Helpe... (more)
Fresh into service a Hitachi class 800 rounds the seawall south of Dawlish with a train for Plymouth.