The Global 2 heads by the old Sears warehouse on the east bank of the Los Angeles River (looking at the DPUs).
The East Industries Job shoves along Jewel, passing 4 Seasons Merchandise in Vernon on its way to Cargil.
Doesn't get much more inner city or gritty than this. The East Industries Job shoves over Downey Road to enter the Vernon Lead with a delivery for Cargil.
British Columbia Railways Caribou Prospector loads at the North Vancouver train station before beginning its trip north. This train left right about at dawn. Heartbreaking that it and its RDCs are... (more)
Ventura County's fleet of Alco S6 switchers sit sidelined at the railroad's Oxnard facility, awaiting their transfer to the Filmore and Western.
Back in the days that the Sky Train only ran on one route, a set of UTDC Mark 1 cars is seen near the Main Street/Science Center.
A Crud and a Geep wait on Myers Street Team Track awaiting work on one of the former Pacific Electric Lines that UP now serves form the original UP 4th Street Yard. What was once so common is now ... (more)
This well-preserved SP S10 0-6-0 Baldwin sits alongside the old SP station in Salinas, where it watches the passage of the Coast Starlight and a couple locals out of Watson Junction.
The Lack-Hugh (Houston) approaches the San Gabriel Bridge at the Pico Rivera/Los Nietos-West Whittier border in Southern California.
The grand old Union Station in Louisville KY no longer has any tracks leading up to its head house. In fact, there's a bus maintenance lot behind her and she is the local city bus service's headqu... (more)
An elderly MG rail GP20 trundles along with some coil steel cars as it makes deliveries in the Port of Indiana.
The abandoned Big Four Bridge over the Ohio River in Louisville has been re-purposed as a pedestrian bridge (I'm guessing one of the sturdiest ones out there).
RJ Corman's sand train loads up at Nugent Sand in Louisville, preparing for another run down to Lexington.
A Paducah & Louisville GP38-2 and GP38M-2 switch a cut of cement hoppers in front of the towering CG&B Grain Elevator at Oak Street Yard near downtown Louisville.
The Brooklyn arrives in Los Angeles after its run from Portland Oregon. The train had come in on the Los Angeles Sub (after taking the Palmdale Cutoff into the Inland Empire). It is lead by a "you... (more)