Metro and Railway in San Luis Obispo, California, USA
San Luis Obispo is one of the Southern Pacific Railroad stations, and it was constructed in 1942. The station is built in a Spanish Colonial Revival architecture style.
The station is fully equipped with the ticketing counters, checked baggage areas, and waiting area as well.
The station is serving two railways passing the city. The first one is Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner going from San Luis Obispo to San Diego. That is a 560-kilometer-long railway that serves communities along the coast of Southern California.
Another railway company operating through the San Luis Obispo station is the Coast Starlight that is running from Seattle, Washington to Los Angeles, California. That is another company managed by Amtrak.