A Pacific Harbor Line switch job with a leased GP22ECO passes through Figueroa on its way to AmerGas.
After working Konoike Pacific and coming back light, a Pacific Harbor Line switch job with a leased GP22ECO crosses Harry Bridges on its way to Berth 200 where it will pick up another cut of cars ... (more)
After suffering through storms for two days in a row, the sun finally pops out enough to light up a PHL crew on its way west underneath some dramatic cloud cover.
An ethanol train with a rare (for these parts at least) warbonnet Dash 9 second in the consist arrived in great light this past Sunday afternoon much to the delight of local railfans. While shooti... (more)
LOG09R shoves off of PHL rails and onto the UP-controlled Alameda Corridor at CP-West Thenard to switch some industries around Dolores Yard.
The 0700 BNSF Dock Job is one of the few PHL Dock Jobs that consistently uses modern road power, but today's edition was using an NRE six axle genset and MP20C-3. Here they're shoving down the &qu... (more)
After setting out some bad ordered well cars at Watson Yard, the 10AM BNSF Dock Job returns to Berth 200 via the McFarland Lead.
Outbound stacks head up the PHL Alameda Corridor Sub on its way to the Alameda Corridor itself and from there, the Transcon. In the background is the cracker tower on the former Atlantic Richfield... (more)
Union Pacific's PHL Hostler job's main duty is to bring power down from Dolores Yard to the ports to build outbound trains with. Here they are bringing such a set along the Dominguez Canal.
A Pacific Harbor Line BNSF Dock Job shoves its way to Terminal Island along Dominguez Creek on a dreary day in Wilmington.
UP's afternoon Mead Local was arriving it's namesake yard in Wilmington, CA.
With 16 bad-ordered well cars in tow, YPBN10 comes off the Watson Lead and passed the fixed semaphore distant signal at Rolling Jct.
After taking power from the 1000 BN Dock Job, the 1400 UP crew runs lite around the north leg of the wye at Marina bound for Terminal Island to pick up a train of outbounds.
The 641 Shuttle casts a reflection against a pool of water from recent rainfall as they return to Watson Yard.
A BNSF local has just dropped off an empty slab train at Pasha and returns as lite power up the McFarland Lead for Watson Yard. They share the street with several trucks in the process.