What's better then watching a Surfliner cruise the bluffs on a beautiful Sunday Morning?
While waiting for the Rail Grinder to clear the tracks ahead the Local sat almost quietly at Old Town Station (He kept tooting the horn whenever I turned away... Am I really becoming that much of... (more)
582 brought a once-common Visitor along for a cruise down the Surfline... C2008 traded its normal San Joaquin Valley Scenery for the Beautiful Southern California Waterfront for a day after getti... (more)
Good Moooooooorrrnning Coaster Commuters! It's a brisk, windy 38 degree Friday morning in SoCal... perfect for enjoying a photogenic moment provided by a break in the storm.
The Last Green Line train of the night is about to depart for SDSU Station... Fortunately I took my car tonight.
Tail end of the Loram "Mini Grinder" at the Depot as they waited for a water truck to join the convoy. Once gathered the convoy consisted of two SDNR Hyrail pickups, a Hyrail water truck, and the... (more)
Even more surprising than the CDTX loco on 582 came as I was leaving work last night and came across this LORAM mini-grinder. The crew is here to work the Miramar grade's newly installed Welded R... (more)
An Eastbound Blue line slips through the new alignment at SmartCorner, the old alignment barely visible in back. The new station (not yet in service) replaces the old City College Station which w... (more)
The BNSF Auto Train waitied out the work window on the siding in the Morena District of San Diego.
As we hit the halfway point in the fourth of five weekend line closures in support of the Orange County double track project I settled down to take a night shot of the three silent trains shut dow... (more)
Amtrak 589 Highballs San Diego after making the Foreman's pickup truck feel generally insecure about its "Ford Tough".
Locomotive 454 is pointed the wrong way when compared to train 590's consist next to it... Looking carefully (or clicking here) you... (more)
A Christmas morning Trolley rolls to a stop outside the Depot as I wait for the last minute holiday travellers to arrive from Northern California
My ride back to San D today provided a nice opportunity to judge the visual difference between the F59PH (Metrolink) and the F59PHi (Amtrak)
656 arrived with a short Consist and 6400 Traction Horsepower... it was later making track speed before even leaving the depot limits.