A daylight H-BARSDG begins to cut away from the Del Mar Bluffs as they approach San Diego City limits and begin their climb up Miramar Hill.
It's a busy day at the beach as H-BARSDG3 pulls away from the Del Mar Bluffs as they approach Torrey Pines and the beginning of their ascent of Miramar Hill.
An Extra section of the Barstow to San Diego manifest heads along the Del Mar Bluffs.
Dey Come and Daygo. BNSF Railway 3752 (ET44C4) made a relatively early departure on the evening of Friday, July 24, 2020. Formally known as M-SDGBAR, the train is a priority target of photographer... (more)
Coaster 656 heads off the Del Mar bluffs with an F59 on the rear bound for San Diego.
I was done shooting for the day and walking back to my car, when the Amtrak from San Diego to LA started blowing behind me. Clouds and a leading cab car, I wasn't planning on a photo. Then the sun... (more)
A pleasant surprise arrives, as an early "Daygo" (crew nickname for the San Diego to Barstow freight) arrives on the bluffs. Literally one car length closer, this was in shadow as clouds... (more)
Coaster train 662 is shoving at track speed with F40 2101 doing the honors. This is the last inbound train of the day to San Diego.
Coaster train 657 from San Diego to Oceanside heads over the bluffs with a F59PHI in the lead. The F59s will also be getting replaced, but not until a later Charger order is filled.
Coaster train 655 from San Diego to Oceanside heads over the bluffs with a venerable F40 in the lead. The F40s' replacement Chargers are almost here.
Amtrak Surfliner 785 passes over the Del Mar Bluffs on its way north to LA and beyond.
Trespassers swarm the track, causing the northbound Amtrak Surfliner to slow its approach tremendously. Amazingly, some stayed on the track until the train was a 100 yards away.
The San Diego County Fair is in full swing as a Coaster commuter train passes it northbound, crossing the San Dieguito River as it does. This three-car train is heading from San Diego to Oceansid... (more)
An F40 leads Coaster 655 along the Del Mar bluffs with an Oceanside-bound passenger train.
An outbound freight hugs the Del mar bluffs in the late evening.