the "class" C415 sits in the engine tie up track at SP's Industry yard
Working the Southern Pacific yard at City of Industry, California, on March 2, 1975, are a pair of early Espee SDs: SD9 3960 and SD7 1430. SD9 3960 is wearing its second roadnumber (originally S... (more)
A Southern Pacific Hauler heads west through City of Industry behind GP9R 3823 (ex-3673, nee-5810), U50 9952 (ex-9552, nee-8502), GP35 6660 (ex-7763) and another GP9R in November 1977.
The Cabazon rock train passes through City of Industry on a late summer afternoon in 2008.
UPY #2712 performs local duties with two other Gensets.
This Union Pacific Steel Caboose - Class CA-13-2, originally built for the CRI&P in 1967, but in this scene it is adorned in UP's Armor Yellow. During the seventies and eighties, employee contrib... (more)
A typically eclectic mix of Southern Pacific power (SD40, SD45, SD45T-2) brings a westbound freight into the Industry Yard in (where else?) the City of Industry, California, on July 2, 1979.
A former SP "snoot" tunnelmotor currently owned by Larry's Truck & Electric, and leased to UP, finds itself on the point of a ballast train tied down in the New siding at City of Industry on UP's ... (more)
A pair of new generation switching locomotives handle a cut of cars at the west end of the former SP yard at City of Industry.
Running a few minutes late out of Los Angeles, Amtrak's eastbound Sunset Limited train #2 approaches Valley Blvd. and the former Southern Pacific yard at City of Industry.
Under hazy and smoky skies UP 7691 and two former Southern Pacific engines head westbound through City of Industry with harbor bound tonnage on the Alhambra Sub.
Canon AE-1, Tri-X
Union Pacific SD40-2 3291 leads a pair of Southern Pacific engines (SD40 and SD40T-2) on an SP freight leaving westbound from Industry Yard in City of Industry, California, on January 19, 1980.
Southern Pacific SD9 3960 (ex-5487) and SD7 1430 (ex-2730, nee-5323) work the hump at the Industry Yard in southern California. Note the different signal lights on the two SDs.