Low priority stack trains often need a place to be parked when the harbor is full. Here was see one of them moving through Watson Yard on its way up to Alcoa Yard in Torrance where it will sit unt... (more)
Inbound stacks from Logistics Park Chicago are seen here shoving their last few miles before arriving in Long Beach Harbor. If you look to the right you'll see the long train is on curve. I would ... (more)
A BNSF stacker makes the long slow climb from San Bernardino to Cajon, heading along Route 66 in unincorporated Verdemont.
Union Pacific's CNW heritage unit leads a Global One train through Santa Fe's historic San Bernardino yard.
The MemLac Z passes by historic San Bernardino station on a warm California summer night.
This switcher set was working the intermodal yard in San Bernardino on Saturday. Although it kept calling itself 312 on the radio that didn't make sense (300 jobs are nighttime).
San Bernardino Line train 364 from Los Angeles pulls into the under re-construction San Bernardino station on a hazy but sunny day.
The Palmetto heads by the entrance to the Tidal Basin as it continues its trip south.
A Rocky Mount to Oak Island manifest makes its way across the Anacostia River in Washington DC on a gorgeous summer morning.
An Amtrak switch crew runs light from the station tracks after making its last switch of the day. The power will be brought to the tie up track after this.
A northbound Northeast Regional begins its long journey from the platform tracks at Washington Union Station, passing an NRE rebuilt "SW10."
One of Amtrak's end-cab gensets awaits its next assignment at WAUS.
An Amtrak Northeast Regional approaches the platform at high speed in Seabrook. The engineering involved to make a train go this fast some six inches or less from a platform is amazing to see ever... (more)
One of the last Hippos in operation in the world, HHP8 4915 moves away from Seabrook with a fairly loaded train bound for Washington DC.
DC bound commuter train on the old Penn Route shoving its way into the Beltway where MP54s once trundled.