On the first day of revenue passenger trains in 63 years, a set of elderly Nippon cars heads west into Santa Monica. While most of this route is built on the old Los Angeles & Independence (Santa ... (more)
Repainted LA Metro Rail train shows off it's new chartreuse face under the LA Skyline. This is the Pico Blvd station.
A train of Sumitomo Nippon Sharyo cars starts moving south again after making the Pico Blvd stop in downtown Los Angeles. Another train passing through here actually stopped when the operator saw ... (more)
An LA Metro Rail Blue Line train (known locally as the "Ghetto Blue") heads up the one time Pacific Electric four-track main line. Today, the two tracks on the left are Metro Rail and the two trac... (more)
Emerging from under Flower Street, a three-car Blue Line train heads south towards Long Beach. In the background, the bus parade begins as weary office workers head home for the evening.
During the period of July 16-19, the Metro Rail Blue Line trains terminated at Washington Station only to allow for Exposition Line construction on Flower Street and Washington Blvd.
A LA Metro Rail "Ghetto Blue" heads towards Long Beach. This is the oldest line on LA Metro Rail's system. The name "Ghetto Blue" came from an overly critical article about the Blue Line in the ... (more)
Funny thing about the Washington Boulevard section of the Blue Line... when you are on the trains they seem to slow to a crawl through here, but when you are on the street they seem to sail throug... (more)