A Goleta bound Pacific Surfliner races northwest through the northern edge of Glendale.
A Bob Hope Airport Shuttle is at full track speed of 69MPH as it rushes through the northern end of LA suburb Glendale, CA.
So I was probably the last railfan in America to have never shot a Norfolk Southern heritage unit (saw a couple far off, deep in yards, but never shot a photo of one) that is until word came that ... (more)
Hotshot Z train to Atlanta races down the hill in Cabazon on its way east on a beautiful late fall day.
For a couple months in 1977, just before the end of all MP54s on Conrail's commuter lines, a pair of the old cars replaced the normal Jersey Arrow on the Princeton Dinky (aka PJ & B - Princeton Ju... (more)
April 6, 1977, a Conrail Morristown Line local passenger train pulls into Millburn, NJ on its way to Hoboken.
Looking exactly the same as it did in its Erie Lackwanna days, a set of Pullman Standard Dieseliner Push Pulls cars and a GE U34CH head north on a cloudy day in Ridgewood. As most know, these cars... (more)
A Conrail freight train led by a long-hood front U23B (so it's facing forward believe it or not, these units were known as "Long Snauters") passes through Princeton Junction on April Fool's Day 19... (more)
On March 28, 1978, 16-year-old me took the train from Oradell to Hoboken, the PATH to Exchange Place, the PATH to Newark, and the old CNJ from Newark to Bound Brook one Spring Break morning. Unfor... (more)
Still can't believe I only rode this line once. Thought I'd get more chances but it didn't last that long after this visit. This was the Conrail Bayonne Scoot, inherited from the Jersey Central an... (more)
The First Watson has been running some long trains of loaded propane as the winter cold sets in. Here the train crests Monoco Hill, working a bit harder than usual.
Domestic stacks come round the curve in the Alhambra Trench, passing the abandoned spur to the LA DWP, and led by a ratty looking SD70M. The third unit was a CSX Dash 8.
Marine stacks come around the curve that leads out of LATC Yard near downtown LA. Plan had been if LA got the Olympics to turn this into the Olympic Village. For now the railroad survives.
The Day Bud makes a grand shove down the long yard lead that goes all the way to the Budweiser plant behind the distant freeway page.
Was doing a bit of Port railfanning late Sunday but only got one train. Still it was a nice hand, trip aces with an AC4400CW kicker in storm light. Fairly certain that this was a PHL Dock Job.