SB Starlight has no passengers to view the Olympics, as it crosses Drawbridge #14.
The Coast Starlight rolls down Embarcadero West as it approaches the station at Jack London Square. In the background is the Jack London Inn, for obvious reasons it is a favorite for visiting rai... (more)
The Coast Starlight rolls past the C&H Sugar refinery.
The southbound Coast Starlight curves into Winlock
With Amtrak 122. This is the diverted Coast Starlight, which travelled to LA via freight-only Tehachapi pass.
A nine-hour late southbound Coast Starlight (broken rail the night before in Oregon) meanders underneath Mount Shasta, a landmark usually only seen by moonlight (if at all).
with Amtrak 118/113 on a very late Coast Starlight.
I hope everyone will heed the warning and stop, listen and live. AMTK #11 blasts through town at 79per.
In new image garb, BNSF 6839 sits in track 10 at LAUPT on the point of Amtrak's Coast Starlight.
Southern Pacific SDP45s 3207 and 3204 bring southbound (railroad eastbound) Amtrak #11 Coast Starlight to a stop at San Luis Obispo, California on April 18, 1973.
Amtrak President David Gunn's business car, "Beech Grove", brings up the rear as the "Tehachapi Starlight" crosses Tehachapi Creek at Rowen.
Amtraks "Tehachapi Starlight" is making good time as it works through the s-curves just west of Caliente.
Amtrak's rerouted Coast Starlight departs Bakersfield at 12:25pm to begin its historic journey up and over the Tehachapi Mountains.
The "Tehachapi Starlight" rounds the big curve before entering Tehachapi's famous Tunnel 2.
The detoured Amtrak Coast Starlight works its way around the Tehachapi Loop and by a northbound manifest at Walong.