The First Watson job climbs Monoco Hill on its way between refineries (having just worked Chevron in El Segundo and about to work the Torrance Refinery in Torrance). Apparently this is one of the ... (more)
A Ventura Sub train pulls out of Burbank after making its downtown stop with the "skyline" of Burbank in the background.
Metrolink's 3751 special from Acton heads through downtown Burbank with two leased BNSF AC4400CWs leading an ATSF 4-8-4. Was amazing to hear the AC44's horn and the 4-8-4's whistle the whole time.
Finishing the long run from Memphis to Los Angeles, a BNSF stacker brakes as it comes within a mile of its final destination of Hobart Yard.
Having made a huge set out in La Mirada, a now extremely short Bar Lack nears the of its run as it passes by the old Lever Brothers Yard (now Commerce Diesel).
Southbound BART train trailed by a vintage shovel nosed A Car pulls into the Fruitvale station as the last rays of sunlight glow in gold.
The equipment for Amtrak San Joaquin 518 deadheads from the yard down to the Jack London station on a warm late afternoon in Oakland.
After dropping off its San Joaquin Valley passengers, the equipment from the day's train 711 heads to the yard to be refreshed prior to becoming the 718 back to Bakersfield.
A Capital Corridor train beings its run from Oakland to Sacramento by passing through iconic Jack London Square with an F59 on the rear providing the locomotion.
The CalTrain heritage NPCU (F40 Zombie) will lead the day's 718 to Bakersfield, but is trailing here as the equipment deadheads into the station.
A BART train led by one of the original shovel-nosed Rohr cars that date back to the opening of the system, pulls up into the infamous Fruitvale station.
A BART train to Pleasanton makes its Coliseum stop on a unusually warm morning in the Bay Area.
A Pacific Harbor Line dock job shoves an extremely long cut of double stacks towards Long Beach after taking the Wilmington Wye across Alameda Blvd.
Low priority stack trains often need a place to be parked when the harbor is full. Here was see one of them moving up the now truncated Harbor Sub on its way up to Alcoa Yard in Torrance where it ... (more)