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Amtrak Surfliner

Wikipedia: The Pacific Surfliner is a 350-mile (563 km) Amtrak passenger train route serving communities on the coast of Southern California between San Diego and San Luis Obispo. With 2.59 million passengers in fiscal year 2009, this is Amtrak's third-busiest service and the most heavily-traveled line outside of the Northeast Corridor.

The Los Angeles-to-San Diego portion of the Pacific Surfliner route was once served by the Santa Fe's San Diegan passenger trains ; the Pacific Surfliner name was bestowed on the route on June 1, 2000.

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 21/04/2010
Uploaded: 29/04/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


  • Pixelbender over 1 year ago
    Willy, Just had to browse more of your great panoramas. I look forward to viewing them all in time. This really makes me want to get back into making VR panos, myself. Years ago I used to use Apple's QTVR Studio. It was a lot of work. From enjoying your images; it looks like you must use a single-shot special lens. No stitching involved, I surmise. Thanks again for sharing your travels. Happy Holiday over in Deutschland.
  • Pixelbender over 1 year ago
    Thank you for building these panos. It helped me decide on choosing Business Class. • By the way, are these captured with an SLR and a pano-rig on tripod? • Looks like you are on Mac. What's your software? The nodes work well. Very nicely done, indeed !
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