The 2nd Watson arrives in Torrance behind a couple rebuilt GP60M-3s.
The Torrance Local nears the end of the branch at US Gypsum with a pair of heavily tagged geeps for power.
A couple ex-Santa Fe GP60s lead the 2nd Watson into Torrance.
A former Santa Fe GP60 leads the 1st Watson switcher through "the Jungle" in Torrance on the way back to Watson Yard.
The Second Watson heads up to Alcoa Yard with a pair of blue and yellow GP60s.
A low priority westbound stack train heads over the Crenshaw Blvd. bridge in Torrance as it heads up to Alcoa Yard, where it will sit until there is room in the harbor to take it.
The 2nd Watson arrives in Torrance with a 25 car consist for local industries.
The Torrance Switcher makes a late afternoon appearance in town on Sartori Avenue with a standard cab EMD leading for the trip to USG to pick up a boxcar.
The Second Watson drifts towards Alcoa, where they'll be working with a stack train and the First Watson on a busy afternoon in Torrance.
A since-rebuilt GP60M leads the 1st Watson out of the Jungle and towards Alcoa for its set out at Exxon.
Crows watch over the 2nd Watson from atop a pole as the train comes into Torrance for a night of switching on a nice clear afternoon.
The Torrance Local heads out of town with a relatively long train for the trip back to downtown Los Angeles.
The Torrance Local departs its namesake city with a trio of beat up gensets.
The 1st Watson comes out of the "Torrance Jungle" with one of the very few clean, ungraffitied warbonnet GP60Ms left leading the way.
The "741" Relief Yard Job, Y-WAT104, arrives at Alcoa Yard in Torrance with a massive train bound for two of the South Bay's refineries. One of them, the Torrance Refining Company (forme... (more)