The last northbound Coaster of the evening hurries over the San Dieguito River trestle, passing the County Fair and homes with (literally) million dollar views.
Revisiting a few old spots while driving home from a campout with other SoCalRailFans, 566 flies across Coast Boulevard in Del Mar
What's better then watching a Surfliner cruise the bluffs on a beautiful Sunday Morning?
The FRA's track Geometry Machine makes its yearly-ish run up the Surfline
564 Flies through Del Mar with Double the fun... Life is good!
Coaster 638 lives up to its name as it makes its midmorning run from Oceanside to San Diego, Once there the crew will lay over in the yard until 4:30 PM for the evening commute. Del Mar Beach is ... (more)
Enroute to Santa Barbara, Amtrak 769 blasts through other quaint beach towns such as Del Mar, completely ignoring the former train station to the right. Just ahead are the Del Mar fairgrounds and... (more)
Turning inland toward the now ignored Del Mar station, the Racetrack, and eventually Solana Beach Station.
With a beautiful day on the Pacific coast and 17 minutes on the parking meter I was able to snag this shot in between family-friendly activities!
An Amtrak San Diegan is not far from its final destination of San Diego as it skirts the Pacific Ocean at Del Mar, California. Note the two privately owned dome cars on the rear.
The amazing thing of the late night/early morning coastal fog and clouds (June Gloom) is that it can be thick fog just a mile west of bright sun.
Just for kicks, the Torrey Pines Golf Course is two miles south of here. However, it's not accessible by train and is on the bluffs of La Jolla.
Rolling above the Pacific Ocean, downgrade along the bluffs in Del Mar.
That's the dome car! (AMTK 10031)