H-SDGBAR1 prepares to exit the City of Oceanside as they cross the San Luis Rey River and the interlocking at CP-East Brook. Shortly, they'll be inside Camp Pendleton, where they'll work the Pacif... (more)
The outbound H-SDGBAR1 manifest departs San Diego a bit earlier than usual, offering rare good light on the City skyline for this train. Amtrak and Coaster both have reduced their service on the S... (more)
Coaster 655 departs San Diego as the first outbound train of the afternoon. With their reduced schedule, only two more outbounds will depart this evening.
A Coaster inbound arrives in San Diego with one of the two F59PHIs on the roster shoving.
After crossing over at CP-Ash, the second of three outbound passenger trains that Coaster is running during their reduced schedule departs San Diego.
Coaster 656 arrives in downtown San Diego with an F40 shoving on the rear, as they pass one of the nicer urban backdrops in Southern California.
H-BARSDG comes off Miramar Hill as they approach downtown San Diego. Due to a high and wide extra later in the day, this day's train ran a few hours early.
An early auto train comes into Oceanside with a trio of GEs on the point as they run along the Pacific Coast.
A train of empty autos arrives in San Diego as they crawl through downtown, passing the magnificent Santa Fe depot.
V-BARSDG4 begins the 2.2% climb up Miramar Hill as they wind through the Sorrento Valley neighborhood of San Diego. The Pacific Ocean at Del Mar can be seen in the background. This rare daylight f... (more)
San Diego-bound 690 heads east through Del Mar with an F40 shoving on the rear.
689 heads along the Del Mar bluffs with an F40 leading the way on the 4th of July.
660 departs Oceanside with a faded F40 shoving on the rear. As a Penn State alum, I'm always amazed at seeing that PSU-wrapped coach behind the power in California!
Metrolink 812 departs aptly-named Oceanside on a nice summer afternoon at a scene which screams "California".
San Diego-bound 782 crosses the San Dieguito River in the late afternoon towards the end of their long trip south from Goleta.