The 1st Watson brings a steel slab train to Lawndale siding (actually in Redondo Beach) to set off for storage.
A trio of Santa Fe GP60s lead the 1st Watson through Redondo Beach. Note the Hollywood sign to the right of the lead unit, a sight that is usually obscured by the LA smog.
The 1st Watson returns through Redondo Beach enroute to Torrance and Wilmington.
BNSF Y-WAT104 passes over Artesia Blvd. in Redondo Beach with a pair of GP60s, passing over Torrance Transit #348 on Line 8, Run Assignment #8 bound for LAX.
A solid Santa Fe 1st Watson heads out of Redondo Beach on a warm Friday afternoon.
The 741 job pauses at the Lawndale station sign before proceeding to Alcoa.
The relief job that takes over from the First Watson on weekends has come to a stop for beans at the Lawndale Team Tracks (which actually are not in Lawndale, but across the border in Redondo Beac... (more)
Back on October 10 the 748 Relief Job that runs in Relief of the First Watson on weekends from Watson Yard in Wilmington, California to El Segundo, California (the Chevron Refinery) had a Burlingt... (more)
The 1st Watson prepares to depart for Torrance with a warbonnet GP60M leading.
The 1st Watson approaches Alcoa as they make a brief trip through Redondo Beach.
The 1st Watson heads down the LA Metro-owned Harbor Sub right of way in Redondo Beach on their way to Torrance for more switching.
The 1st Watson heads towards its next stop at Alcoa with a cut of cars from Chevron.
The 2nd Watson switches out cars near the east switch at Alcoa siding.
The 1st Watson heads through Redondo Beach on their way to Torrance to switch Exxon.