Metrolink 155 to Chatsworth and 116 from Moorpark make their station stops at Burbank, showing off the two general varieties of F59s that Metrolink uses.
One of Metrolink's original engines, now in its third full paint scheme, shoves a train into downtown Burbank the day after Valentine's Day.
A Burbank Airport turn heads into Downtown Burbank with the Glendale Skyline and Golden State Freeway behind it. The power is a leased ex-Go unit, which apparently just had its lease renewed.
Metrolink's F59s are nearing the end of their life on the railroad as new F125s are starting to arrive. Here we see one of the original units that Metrolink began with passing through downtown Bur... (more)
A Ventura Sub train pulls out of Burbank after making its downtown stop with the "skyline" of Burbank in the background.
Metrolink's 3751 special from Acton heads through downtown Burbank with two leased BNSF AC4400CWs leading an ATSF 4-8-4. Was amazing to hear the AC44's horn and the 4-8-4's whistle the whole time.
The Positive Train Control test train heads through downtown Burbank on its way from West Colton to Oxnard with four rebuilt SD60Ms pulling and pushing the single test car.
The Oil Cans take advantage of light weekend commuter schedules to make a fairly uninterrupted run from San Luis Obispo to Long Beach (passing the Burbank Wye here).
A Los Angeles bound Metrolink highballs Downtown Burbank.
Just a few minutes out of L.A., Amtrak train #785 has just passed under Interstate 5 in Burbank on its run up the coast to Santa Barbara.