The 1430 Reyes Switcher approaches the south end of the Patata Industrial in Compton. They'll shortly pass CP-Compton and head onto the Reyes Spur. On the left is the Alameda Corridor main.
The 0800 Switcher wyes their power on the Trapac wye, near the site of the old Pier A Yard. They're going to head back to the replacement yard, Berth 200, to begin their work.
Zebra Stripes Return to the Redondo Turntable. Not too far of a cry from Santa Fe's original "Zebra Stripe" paint scheme, Pacific Harbor Line's similar scheme is one that certain... (more)
The crew of MM-90 was sent down to RARE interlocking in South Amboy to rescue a set of Arrow IIIs that broke down earlier this morning and bring them back to the MMC. The train is seen here crossi... (more)
NJ Transit extra MM90 makes a fast run for the MMC with a consist of multi-levels from Raritan Yard. The train is passing the small "yard" just west of Bound Brook station. NJTR 1004 w... (more)
NJ Transit MM02 brings a single ALP-45DP from Raritan back to the MMC for some work during a light snowfall.
An Extra 0600 Switcher shoves its train down to US Borax to switch out hoppers. While PHL is known for its operations in and around the container terminals at the Ports of Long Beach and LA, there... (more)
Straight out of Compton. The Pacific Harbor Line Reyes Switch passes over one of the few grade crossings where the Reyes industrial trackage is visible from public property on a quiet Sunday after... (more)
The Pacific Harbor Line's "West Bank Job" shoves north along Gaffey Street on a rather unique stretch of track. This is the Pacific Electric line from Torrance and the train is now running on a po... (more)
NJ Transit MP20B-3 1001 rests between switching chores at Hoboken Terminal on December 29, 2011. The station features a reconstructed clock tower (complete with LACKAWANNA lettering). This stati... (more)
The main waiting room of NJ Transit's former Lackawanna Hoboken Terminal provides a dramatic backdrop for an NJT switcher.
Pacific Harbor Line MP20B-3 20 switches the railroad's Pier A Yard in Wilmington, California, on September 11, 2011. Photographed on railroad property with permission.
On the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks on New York City and Washington DC, Pacific Harbor Line MP20B-3 20 works a cut of cars at the railroad's Pier A Yard in Wilmington, Californi... (more)
NJT 1004 meets NJT 2004:
An NJT MP20B-3 switcher rests between Hoboken Terminal and the adjacent Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station. The Empire State Building is mostly obscured by the t... (more)
Wilmington Yard is the hub of activity on the PHL. Seems like about every 20 mins there was a train coming or going.