Trundling west against the bright, "golden hour" light, BNSF 147 leads the Second Watson local through Wilmington on its return trip to Torrance to perform a few more switching duties.
PRLX 24 leads the 6AM Switcher to KPAC with 3 reefers.
BNSF S-LHACLO1-02A departs Pier 400 bound for Clovis, NM. The train is loaded with containers that will be block swapped for various destinations in the midwest and east coast. They're seen coming... (more)
The 0100 Interchange Switcher doubles over their 60 car outbound setout at the south end of Watson Yard.
A UP Dock Job performs a switching move on the west end of Berth 200 Yard during a clear afternoon.
YPBN15 passes cars off an UP GREJLJ unit corn syrup train west of Berth 200 Yard while enroute to Yang Ming with some export stacks.
The usually nocturnal AMLDOR auto repositioning train gets headroom at CP-Banning to double over their train in the Transfer Yard.
The 1430 Switcher exits PHL-controlled territory at CP-West Thenard and heads up the Alameda Corridor bound for industries in Compton and Lynwood. EMD GP22ECO demonstrator unit 7101 is often power... (more)
Containers abound as the 1400 UP Dock Job backs towards Badger Bridge as a UP outbound departs Terminal Island on the Alameda Corridor above.
The Pacific Harbor Line Amerigas Job shoves under the 110 Freeway with a cut of cars that it will soon take up a grade to the Phillips Conoco refinery on the other side of the freeway.
Progress Rail demoPR24B continues testing on the Pacific Harbor Line, here seen on the Amerigas Job, returning on the Gaffey Street Lead under the Harbor Freeway.
Clovis bound stacks come off Badge Bridge from Terminal Island and head out the Alameda Corridor as witnessed by the small marina in Wilmington.
The 1700 UP Dock Job begins their shift running around the wye at CP-Marina before picking up their first cut of well cars.
The 1430 Switcher arrives back at Berth 200 with some guys from Vopak.
A pair of MP20C-3s in the PHL's ATSF heritage zebra-stripe paint scheme wait across the street from TraPac for the guard to open the gate.