San Diego Rail Cam at Santa Fe Depot

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San Diego Rail Cam at Santa Fe Depot

The Santa Fe Depot might not have been the first station in San Diego, but it’s still one that’s been operating for over a century. The Santa Fe Depot replaced the original late 19th century structure in 1915 and trains haven’t stopped rolling through since then.

You’ll get to see plenty of train action on this cam as the six tracks are used by several different rail companies. If you’re an avid trainspotter you’ll need your notebook and pencil at the ready as the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner shunts its way to a standstill at the platform. You’ll also get a glimpse of the Coaster commuter service and the MTS trolley cars as they run their regular routes through the station. They’re probably not quite so noteworthy as the Amtrak or the nighttime freight services that use the lines, but they’re something to look at until the others appear. 

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