A Metrolink turn to Oceanside passes through the beach area north of San Clemente Pier.
A rare daylight "Daygo" aka Barstow to San Dieogo manifest, was called today and gave me an excuse to go railfan on the beach.
The First Watson sits temporarily stranded at the Lawndale Sidings (which are actually in Redondo Beach). The crossing gate at Inglewood (behind the photographer) has fallen and is fouling the tra... (more)
After working Chevron, the Saturday relief job from El Segundo to Watson and back climbs Monoco Hill in Lawndale on its way to work Exxon in Torrance. Hope this isn't my last pair of warbonnets on... (more)
The Guadalupe Turn builds air as it prepares for its journey up the California Coast to Oxnard and Guadalupe. Behind the three SD70Ms is a former Santa Fe Topeka Cab GP7u to be leased by the Santa... (more)
Having spent a couple years on the Northwestern Pacific, this Topeka Cab GP7u is now on its way to work for the Santa Maria Valley Railroad in Guadalupe, CA.
Having just made its Downtown Disney stop the red monorail heads back into the park while crossing very non-magical traffic below.
The Saturday Relief Job has the most sought after Watson assigned engine in the lead this day, the one GP40X that I am aware of being in Southern California. Thank you to John Breen for the heads ... (more)
Amtrak's Coast Starlight heads through the western edge of Price Canyon on its way into Pismo Beach.
Amtrak's Coast Starlight is nearing the end of its scaling of Cuesta Pass as it rolls over the iconic Stenner Creek Viaduct.
The Oil Cans roll through the verdant hills of Bradley passing Our Lady of Guadalupe church at the outskirts of the small community.
The Oil Cans come off their spiraling and winding cresting of Cuesta Pass. It will be far easier going from here up to Wunpost where the train will reload.
With beautiful Constitution Beach to the right and classic Boston neighborhood Orient Heights to the left, a Blue Line train heads south.
A Stoughton to Boston train heads towards the Stoughton Branch junction with the Northeast Corridor, making a station stop first at the beautiful New Haven depot.
The Fore River Transportation job spots loads at its owner, Twin Bridges Technologies.