One of the PHL BNSF Dock Jobs switches out cars at the Pacific Container Terminal inside the Port of Long Beach as a group of vessels wait their turn outside of the Harbor. On the right, a couple ... (more)
A Flicker of the Santa Fe Returns to Redondo Jct....and its not the restored 4-8-4 we're all familiar with either. Yes indeed, a small flicker of the Santa Fe has appeared at Redondo Juncti... (more)
YPBN15 (left) enters CP-Gaspur on its way to Terminal Island from LBCT as YPSW14 (right) switches Pier B Yard as a clear summer afternoon.
A Pacific Harbor Line BNSF Dock Job brings 108 loaded platforms from Pier E in the Port of Long Beach behind a single MPI rebuild bound for Terminal Island to be assembled into a road train.
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.
Containers abound as the 1400 UP Dock Job backs towards Badger Bridge as a UP outbound departs Terminal Island on the Alameda Corridor above.
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 1700 UP Dock Job begins their shift running around the wye at CP-Marina before picking up their first cut of well cars.
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.
The three pm BNSF dock job heads out of Berth 200 yard with a myriad of refinery towers behind it, as it makes a light run to Trapac.
PHL 69 leads the 1500 BNSF Dock Job as the crew patiently waits for security to open the gate to enter the TraPac terminal on Pier A.
The 1400 UP Dock Job arrives at Yang Ming with a train of containers for export.
The 1100 UP Dock Job shoves through Long Beach Jct. enroute to ICTF.