The Fullerton Depot is one of the busiest passenger train stations on the west coast.
All passenger trains that serve the Fullerton Depot are arranged in the above list ordered
by the times that each train is scheduled to leave the station.
There are also many freight trains through the station all day and all night.
Note: At this time, the three Full-Length Dome Cars on the San Diegans are not assigned to any particular trains and can show up as equipment on any train
at any time.
Trains stop at more stations than those listed above.
The only stations listed are ones that are end-points for some runs
"..." as a place holder means the train route ends at the last listed
station to the right or left of the place holders.
If you are standing on the platform closest to the Fullerton Santa Fe
Depot building and facing the tracks, "-->" and "<--" indicate which
direction the train will enter and leave the station. Although the
orientation of the station is really east/west and all trains through
the station have a strong east/west component in their direction of
travel, trains heading for San Diego are considered "southbound" and
those heading for Los Angeles are considered "northbound". The only
trains considered to be "eastbound" or "westbound" are the trains heading
from or to Riverside and San Bernardino.
Generally, all Northbound, Eastbound and Westbound trains arrive on
the track closest to the station. All Southbound trains arrive on the
track furthest from the station which can be reached by crossing over
the pedestrian bridge. Elevators and stairs are available at each end
of the pedestrian bridge. There is a center track going through the
Fullerton Station which is only used by freight trains. Passenger
trains never use the middle track.