Twisting and turning toward the small town of Casmalia, Amtrak 1790 heads south for Los Angeles with the lower-level equipment along with the private cars Overland Trail, Pacific Trail and Acoma.
Slicing through the hills of Casmalia, Amtrak 1790 heads due west to rejoin the coast with the Los Angeles-based lower-level train-set making up the consist today.
Living up to its name, Pacific Surfliner 790 prepares to leave the coast behind for a few hours as it approaches the city of Ventura for its next scheduled stop. Running inland making stops on its... (more)
Train 784, the afternoon doubleheaded Surfliner bound for San Diego, banks into the quiet beach community of San Clemente.
A late afternoon southbound Amtrak Surfliner cuts through busy Del Mar, California on a cool April evening.
A San Diego Surfline train rolls through the bluffs in Del Mar California on a beautiful spring morning in Southern California
Our train back to Los Angeles is ready for departure, in push configuration. I took this pic without tripod while the conductor asking everybody to get inside, so I am lucky that is not shaky.
A San Diego bound Pacific Surfliner runs through the haze with San Clemente Pier in the background as the sun begins to set.
Howling at the moon?
Love those mountains in the background!
First afternoon on the Coast Line! After seven days of railfanning the Oregon Trunk, the Shasta Line, Donner, Tehachapi, and Soledad Canyon, I was ready to relax a bit. It was quite the relief to ... (more)
The Triple Seven charges out of the station at Ventura and begins it's trip along the namesake stretch of the Coast Line with the usual Surfliner set in tow.
The Triple Seven passes through UP's Oxnard Yard as it nears its station stop in town.
After stopping at the San Clemente stop, Amtrak 453 leads the train to the next station stop along the coast.