Although not Metrolink's first locomotive, F40PH #800 is its oldest, and these days its main role has been to shift Metrolink's newest locomotives, F125s, around Keller Yard, as well as to support... (more)
Former Amtrak 396 is the sole F40 on the Metrolink roster.
An eastbound Metrolink 'extra' slowly pulls out of the siding at CP Ravenna within the confines of Soledad Canyon. Originally completed in 1876 by the Southern Pacific Railroad as the final link i... (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.
Metrolink's lone F40PH (one of four bought from Amtrak, but the only one to ever enter service) waits with a train it will push to Los Angeles.
Metrolink's sole F40PH #800 (former AMTK 396) leads train 802 from Laguna Niguel into the San Bernardino station where it will become train 321 to Los Angeles. Sadly, with the delivery of new EMD ... (more)
Around 2005 Metrolink bought four F40PH hulks from Amtrak and four SD60s from the UP with the thought of creating some Frankenstein F59PHs. The plan was flawed (the 710s prime movers were too big ... (more)
Metrolink's only owned F40PH pushes a train towards Los Angeles through CP Maple.
Metrolink racing to Oceanside on this warm July morning with more beach visitors.
A dual headed Metrolink train passes by joggers and beach goers in sunny San Clemente. This is the only F40 that Metrolink has and it is very rare for it to be out on regular service.
Metrolink's one and only F40PH, #800 (ex-Amtrak #396), makes a rare appearance on the back of train 370, heading for San Bernardino.
Usually only used on special trains, Metrolink's only F40PH makes a rare weekend appearance on the San Bernardino line, with a short Train 353 departing Covina for Los Angeles.
The Metrolink Holiday Express waits in at North Main Corona Station. After the dispatcher placed this train on the wrong track, it had to back up, The train consisted of a caboose several flat ca... (more)