Standing on the amazingly busy platforms of Metro North's Harlem 125th Station we see a soutbhound set of Kawasaki M8s inbound from Stamford CT and a northbound set of Bombardier M7s heading to So... (more)
Inbound from Croton Harmon pass through the one time New York Central station at 125th Street in Harlem.
Soon after TV16 had passed, its sister train, TV16a showed up in Haworth NJ with an ex PC GP38 and an ex Erie Lackawanna GP35.
Conrail's Selikirk to Washington DC freight (aka "The Washingtonian") heads through fresh snow gleaming against the newish EMD and GE's fresh blue paint.
The Coast Startlight has just traversed the Chats Tunnels and is now passing through the big curve at Santa Sue. Note the matching second unit and baggage car with phase III paint.
The twice a week train from Van Nuys to Guadalupe is built and building up air across from the Metrolink/Amtrak platforms at the Van Nuys Station.
The private car Cyrus K. Holliday takes up the markers on the Coast Starlight.
The Day Bud returns light after making a drop in Simi Valley.
On the morning the Day Bud is busy building the afternoon's Guadalupe Turn in front of the platform and shelter of the Van Nuys station.
The crew is still on board tying up their power as they put away the Torrance Local's power in the unprotected lot that has brought these engines to this horrific state of tagging. The boys hangin... (more)
The Pasadena Local passes by the Metro Rail station in Irwindale as it nears the end of the line Miller Plant.
The Pasadena Local leans into a super-elevated curve on the one-time main passenger route of the Santa Fe, now reduced to a single local weekday round trip. Report is that when LA Metro Rail exten... (more)
This was the first normal job BNSF was able to run up to El Segundo and back following a derailment in the yard of some propane cars five days earlier.
The Union Pacific El Segundo Local is lead by an unusual SD70M as it passes the threatened wigwag at Eucalyptus. This signal's replacement is already being installed by UP.
The Union Pacific El Segundo Local works the old Pacific Electric Yard at Standard Oil (now Chevron). The SD70M is quite unusual. Most days this job just has its finger painted gensets.