A pair of gensets work the ex-Pacific Electric line in San Pedro.
One of the PHL's afternoon switchers works Amerigas in San Pedro with leased GP22ECO 7101 for power.
One big problem with railfanning is the tracks often go through the bad part of town. While waiting for the train to come here (with pulls from Amerigas) I watched some folks chase each other with... (more)
A Pacific Harbor Line switch job shoves into AmeriGas on the only section of Pacific Electric track that was abandoned and then rebuilt for freight-only purposes. This is the bottom of the San Ped... (more)
PHL Extra 0600 Switcher YP051 shoves their train down the Gaffey St. Lead bound for Amerigas in San Pedro.
Another angle on what now appears to have been the final day of operations of the Port of Los Angeles Red Car. Sad to think the Pacific Electric has died again.
Not certain anymore if this was the last day of ops or not, but reported in the news as such. A Port of Los Angeles Red Car passes under the jumble of cranes that show that this is the busiest por... (more)
On what was to be the last day of operation of the waterfront Red Cars, a group of passengers try to find room on the already packed trolley. About an hour after I took this shot I heard the news ... (more)
One day to go... Pacific Electric 500 is one of a pair of replica PE 500-class trolleys built in 2003 for the Waterfront Red Car Line. Sadly, on the day after this, September 27th, 2015, ... (more)
It is the next-to-last day of service on the Waterfront Red Car Line in San Pedro, California, as the line will be shutting down indefinitely at the conclusion of operations on Sunday, September 2... (more)
UP "extra Pedro" cab hop heading to Kaiser Bulk unloading facility in San Pedro to pick up empty coal train to take back to UP East LA yard then to Utah
Waterfront Red Car Line Red Car Line in San Pedro, CA. The line will suspend operations on 9/27/15.
A replica Pacific Electric 500 grinds away from the stop across from the San Pedro ferry building. The old PE station used to be where I am standing.
power from UP's short lived Cima to San Pedro, CA ore train was laying over at Harbor Belt Lines yard in San Pedro while the ore train was being dumped nearby at the Port of LA bulk facility
a UP "extra Pedro" is passing throuh Harbor Belt Lines San Pedro yard on it's way to the Kaiser Bulk loading facility a mile or so further ahead with a train load of export coal. Today the yard is... (more)