Palms, Sun and Glass: Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center.

I prefer the term  ‘Anaheim Station’.

Last week, working with my FujiFilm XT1 with 12mm Zeiss Touit lens, I exposed these digital photos of one of California’s most modern, and most impressive railway stations.

This is such an impressive looking building that I drove past it while I was trying to find it!

Slightly diffused mid-morning sun made for nearly ideal lighting to make the most of this facility.

Would front lighting make for a better photo?
Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center is abbreviated ‘ARTIC’.
Backlit diffused sun with overhead skylights made for a difficult exposure.
View with a 12mm Touit lens.
Footbridge to go from the station building to the Metrolink platforms.
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner, train 1565, paused at Anaheim. 12mm Touit view.

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One thought on “Palms, Sun and Glass: Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center.”

  1. I love the interior shot (third image) that makes the place look so large. The geometry in the fourth image is my second favorite.

  2. WOW! That’s really a unique looking location! I’ve got to get out of my daily drudge more! While I only live 50 miles from this location and I try to stay out of LA and Orange County where Anaheim is located (for those located elsewhere, like the frozen tundra) if I was in the area anyway, that would be a good stop. I’ll even take some pictures! What a concept!? LOL
    Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

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