Union Pacific El Segundo switcher with three genset locomotives in Los Angeles, CA.
One of Kaiser Steel's Eagle Mountain RR U30C's showed up at SP's Taylor Yard engine facility for some wheel work.
One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other...On July 15th, 1993, as Amtrak was taking the Swedish X2000 (also known as X2) trainset around the country, it spent the day on display in... (more)
A Del Amo Bound Metro Blue Line train in Los Angeles, CA.
Los Angeles Metro Rail 25th Anniversary special wraps on Metro Green Line train at Harbor Freeway Station.
So Many U-Boats That It Could Be Croton...Southern Pacific's Taylor Yard, north of downtown Los Angeles, often hosted strings of surplus locomotives. Such was the case in May 1982 ... (more)
A deadhead move from CMF (Central Maintenance Facility) to LAUS (Los Angeles Union Station) is led along the east bank of the River Sub by Metrolink's unique F40PH, everyone's favorite engine.
A San Diego bound Pacific Surfliner climbs the Redondo Flyover on its way from Metrolink tracks to BNSF tracks. Below it the Los Angeles River has some rare water.
The Oil Cans await a new crew at CP Main Street in downtown Los Angeles (alongside the Los Angeles River). This track was originally built as the Los Angeles Terminal (a Union Pacific precursor) a... (more)
Amtrak 8th street yard on New Year's Eve in 2015.
A harbor stack train begins the trench part of its journey as it enters the Alameda Corridor south of downtown Los Angeles.
The El Segundo Local builds its train in 4th Street yard. Power is a pair of two Gensets bookending a GP38-2. While it sounded like all three were working the GEEP sure was making a lot more noise... (more)
The El Segundo Local builds its train in 4th Street yard under the doomed 6th Street Viaduct which is now reportedly down to its last six months on this planet.
Power for the UP LOW10 Torrance spends its downtime on a wide open team track where it is tagged mercilessly. The modern office high-rise in the background is LA Metro HQ.
The Brooklyn has arrived from Portland and begins the process of yarding its train at LATC in Los Angeles.