A CitCom Job pulls a string of baretables out of CitCom Yard and down the lead to Los Angeles Junction's C Yard in Commerce.
What year is it? Maybe the tagging (both urban and BNSF) give it away, but a pair of blue and yellow GP60s on the Harbor Sub could be 1988 again. Here they are in local service, pulling the First ... (more)
Deadheading equipment heads from the BNSF yard to Union Station under the Chicago skyline.
Another angle on what now appears to have been the final day of operations of the Port of Los Angeles Red Car. Sad to think the Pacific Electric has died again.
Not certain anymore if this was the last day of ops or not, but reported in the news as such. A Port of Los Angeles Red Car passes under the jumble of cranes that show that this is the busiest por... (more)
On what was to be the last day of operation of the waterfront Red Cars, a group of passengers try to find room on the already packed trolley. About an hour after I took this shot I heard the news ... (more)
First trick above the house! I'm trying to convince my wife we should make an offer on this house, but she's having none of it. The First Watson heads back to Wilmington.
The First Watson climbs Monoco Hill in Lawndale, having forced a couple of locals to get up from their seats on the tracks. One of them stands up, I think to tell the train off, for making them mo... (more)
An NS manifest train begins its journey out of Raleigh by taking the Boylan Wye to gain access to the joint CSX/NS line towards Cary.
An NS local finishes up its day by shoving into Glenwood Yard in Raleigh.
The afternoon Piedmont from Charlotte has dropped its passengers at the ex Southern station and is now shoving towards the CSX and it's NCDOT facility there.
The AM Switcher is close to finishing up a longish day as it drops some cars just east of the wye.
Equipment for train #75, the Piedmont, heads out of the NCDOT yard behind the old Seaboard train station as it begins its day. It will run from here down to the old Southern Railway Station, where... (more)
A loaded grain train heads through Raleigh NC. With its rear end still going through the Boylan Wye, the train rolls through town.