Ugly front ends

IN THE January issue the editor asked what readers consider to be the ugliest multiple unit front end.

The driving cabcar end on push-pull units that operate the ‘Pacific Surfliner’ route between San Diego and San Luis Obispo in Southern California. Here, Amtrak car No. 6900 enters Carpinteria station with a southbound service in May 2005. John Vaughan

The ugliest (or shall we say, least aesthetically pleasing) front end I have come across is the driving coach end (cabcars) of the push-pull units that operate between San Luis Obispo and San Diego in Southern California on the ‘Pacific Surfliner’ route.

John Vaughan

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