The AM J Yard switcher shoves down the tight 842 Spur in Vernon, in between the variety of industrial buildings at the City is known for.
What does a couple million dollars look like, here you go. It's not very often you can get this good of a look at the Salt Lake City dead line. Four NRE 3GS21B, A couple C44-9W and the rest are SD... (more)
LOG09R returns to Mead Yard from Carson with a clean genset and GP60 as they approach West Thenard.
The LAJ 228 job heads along the LA River with a genset and GP50 leading a decent sized train.
UP LOG16R returns to Mead Yard via the Wilmington Wye after switching industries off the Alameda Corridor with a genset and GP60 for power.
After finishing most of their work, YJY78R heads to 4th Street Yard to set off a couple outbounds in the late evening.
YJY78R passes some trash piles that litter the ROW and sidewalk near the LA Times facility below downtown Los Angeles.
Though a shell of its former self, there's still a lot of gritty industrial railroad operations in the LA area. At or near the top of the list is the YJY78R, which ran up the LA Times Lead to serv... (more)
YJY78R works the LA Times Spur south of downtown LA with a genset pair.
A passenger train on the Pacific Harbor Line!
As a terminal railroad, the Pacific Harbor Line isn’t normally thought of as an operator of passenger trains. So it was quite a s... (more)
The Marlboro Local passes one of the last remaining wigwags in SoCal, which has since been replaced.
Power off the morning's 68R J Yard job awaits its next duties as they sit above the Alameda Corridor south of downtown LA.
Typically the Reyes Industrial Lead work is done in the evenings, but on this day the 1400 Switcher crew doing the work in the early PM. They shove onto the Industrial Lead at CP-Compton as UP IDI... (more)
The El Segundo Local switches the Chevron interchange as a plane prepares to land at LAX. A rare clear sky also allows a view of a LA skyline on the left.