Metro Ports' still new genset sits with a cut of loaded Trona cars, awaiting a chance to pull them through the aggregate loader. Photo taken with permission and in full PPP.
A PHL Dock Job passes a sea of stored containers as they pass CP-Farragut after spinning their train of containers out of APL.
The YW304J auto transfer switches cars at 9th Street in Long Beach. This is a new BNSF job, symboled Y-WAT3041 on home rails and known as the "742". It breaks down and builds cuts of autos between... (more)
UP GP30 No.719 and GP30B No.736B
The PHL 1400 Switcher switches Toyota and Lexus autos at Pier B in Long Beach with Progress Rail EMD24B demo unit PRLX 24 leading.
The PHL 1400 Switcher drills out autos at Pier B with one of the GP22ECO demonstrators for power.
GE Evolution series A1A configuration catched early in the morning at the end of tracks, from a reflection caused by a little flood over Nimitz Rd.
The evening's Long Beach Hauler (to West Colton) is staged in Manual Yard with nine units for power (likely just utilizing the scheduled train for a power move also). Photo is taken from the Pacif... (more)
Metro Ports (formerly Metropolitan Stevedore) was still using an ex Santa Fe SF30C in 2011 to shove long cuts of cars up into Pier G Yard. Here is awaits its next round of work. (Photo taken on pr... (more)
On January 14 the Union Pacific Paramount Switcher has just crossed the Los Angeles River in Long Beach and is now following a huge storm drain as it heads up towards its namesake city of Paramoun... (more)
A PHL "BN Dock Job" pulls out of Pier B Yard and onto the Long Beach Sub at CP-Gaspur. Their next stop is NYK on Terminal Island, where the crew will use this and another cut to build an... (more)
Catching the last rays on sunlight on this summer evening, PHL61 banks into the curve with a cut of stacks near the Tesoro Logistics at Terminal 2
Next Stop: Willow Street!A Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority "Blue Line" train approaches the Willow Street Station in Long Beach, California, on December 29,... (more)
Was doing a bit of Port railfanning late Sunday but only got one train. Still it was a nice hand, trip aces with an AC4400CW kicker in storm light. Fairly certain that this was a PHL Dock Job.