The Reyes job is shown early in its nearly eight mile long shove from Wilmington to Compton, where it will then have locomotive forward as it works the Reyes Spurs.
The Yang Ming Switcher works TraiPac on a typical California sunny morning.
BNSF's empty slab train L-LAC1931-26I arrives in the Port of LA in a late afternoon appearance with a set of 7700 series GEVOs.
PHL's 1400 Switcher works DAS in the Port of LA with a Progress Rail demonstrator unit for power.
The ISALBB 17 crew spins a couple sets of road power at the Wilmington Wye. The CSX unit "leading" this move is actually off a separate Marion, AR to ICTF train.
Three Heritage 2 Dash 9s (actually a rarely unusual sight at this point) lead the Y-WAT1612 "Watson Shuttle" towards Long Beach Jct. They'll split the train in half here, the front end w... (more)
The 0500 UP Dock Job gets headroom on the Wilmington Lead as they work TraPac with an ex-BNSF PR30C for power.
PHL's 0800 Switcher picks up a couple boxcars at Potential Industries before taking them across the street to Berth 200 Yard.
UP LOG16R returns to Mead Yard via the Wilmington Wye after switching industries off the Alameda Corridor with a genset and GP60 for power.
The 0200 UP Dock Job spots TraPac with a single MP20C for power.
The 612 Watson Shuttle heads to Terminal Island with a Heritage 1 Dash 9 trailing.
The YPTC01 "TraPac Switcher" has just picked up a cut of cars at Berth 200 and takes them to the TraPac facility at Pier A in the Port of LA.
An ex-SP GP60 and ex-B&O GP40 are tied up at Mead Yard after working locals earlier in the day.
The 1400 BNSF Dock Job shoves down the Manuel Sub bound for the LAXT loop.
ILBLBL shoves a train towards ICTF with a pair of UP units bracketing a couple CSX GEVOs.