Southbound Amtrak No.768, the early morning Surfliner from Santa Barbara, heads into the sunrise as it reaches Ventura.
Amtrak has added a new Surfliner, No.765 to help handle all the people trying to get to Santa Barbara and back due to the closure of hwy 101 and the mudslides at Montecito. NPCU in the Salute to V... (more)
The San Joaquin Takes to the Coast. Skirting the beautiful coast line this morning at 10mph, Amtrak 763 works on a dark signal just north of Ventura as it heads north through Emma Wood Stat... (more)
Amtrak San Joaquin CDTX 2052 and Cars from the San Joaquin Valley join Surfliner No. 763. Extra engines and cars are helping with the demand on all Surfliners because of hundreds of people trying ... (more)
Running late because of slow orders through the Montecito slide area, Amtrak train No. 768 the morning southbound from Santa Barbara, carries an extra engine and two extra cars. A Surfliner car a... (more)
Living up to its namesake, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner, train 777, hustles north along the ex-Southern Pacific coast line between Emma Wood State Beach and Faria Beach on a beautiful, spring aftern... (more)
The first Surfliner of the day, Train 768 Southbound to Los Angeles, heads into a January sunrise.
Talgo 00463 Barcelona-Lorca with the last 252 in blue livery passing near Cubelles beach.
Fire, Water and the Pacific Surfliner. Hurrying past the ever growing the Thomas Fire, Amtrak 769 passes through Seacliff as it heads north for its next station stop of Carpinteria. Later ... (more)
No, that's not sand Amtrak's kicking up. Rather than whipping up a light dusting of sand on its approach to Ventura, Amtrak 782 instead is kicking up the latest coating of ash that has fa... (more)
The Coast Smokelight. Working back up to track speed, Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight parallels the coast as it heads north toward Carpinteria under the erie shadow of the Thomas Fire'... (more)
CP 1803 approaches with IR 872 from Vila Real de St.º António (G.) to Barreiro the station of Faro.
The cans traverse the Carpenteria Bluffs on a midday run on the Thanksgiving Weekend.
Family's enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend with a day at the beach.
On a morning roll by through the coastal strawberry fields, the loaded southbound oil cans are heading to Los Angeles for unloading.