A late running Northbound Starlight enters San Luis with 5 private cars, Hear we see the Palm Leaf bringing up the rear
A late running Northbound Starlight enters San Luis with 5 private cars
Thank's Uncle Pete! The rain has stopped, the clouds are gone to reveal a shinning GEVO on the SLO spur. This unit has been sent here for the opening of the San Luis Obispo Rail Road Museum, locat... (more)
All tracks are full in SLO, the coast starlights meet and track 3 is filled with an officers special.
A short business train takes track 3 and hold the line while sitting adjacent to the slo helper power
Classic EMD power seems to be living it's last years out on the coastline, California has become somewhat of a safe house for the SD60m's. They can be seen working the Guadalupe Turn, Helper duty,... (more)
The Station To Station art train crosses Stenner Creek Trestle on this warm fall day. The train, full of artists and musicians just met the southbound Starlight in San Luis and now the northbound ... (more)
This classic Milwaukee Road sky top makes for some interesting architectual style to the central coast. The string of private cars are from The Station To Station art train, as it is gracefully ma... (more)
The northbound starlight explodes out of San Luis Obispo, after meeting with it's southbound counterpart as summer turns to fall.
Super Starlight. ATMK 11 make an on time appearance with a dirty, yet relatively good coat of red & silver.
A trio of classic power is passing Orcutt Road and about to take some empty well cars down to LA. These cars have been stored on the recently rehabbed track 3.
The northbound starlight makes good speed
Autoracks leave SLO behind San Luis Mountain and Bishops Peak
Heritage unit 156, sporting Amtraks "phase I" paint approches San Luis Obispo to meet the northbound starlight before continuing it's trip to LAUPT. The bloody nose almost gives this train an Espe... (more)
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