PHL 40 at LAUPT - A shot of Pacific Harbor Lines #40 on exhibit at Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal for National Train Day 2013.
Normally, a PHL engine would not be found at thi... (more)
A new model for the BNSF Railway, as they have purchased Progress Rail PR30C demonstrators 3002 through 3005. The first to be repainted is BNSF 1320, which is the former PRLX 3002, rebuilt with a... (more)
On September 19th, 2011, Progress Rail Services 3002 was just one of several PR30C diesels that PRS had rebuilt from old SD40-2s (in this case, SOO 763) abnd leased to Union Pacific. But just ove... (more)
A PHL dock job heads west through Long Beach on its way to work the docks.
A PHL dock job heads north along the old SP San Pedro Sub, passing an abandoned aggregate loader of some kind on its way to work the docks in Long Beach. While this is the only PR30C in PHL colors... (more)
PRLX PR30C 3002 switches a cut of double-stack well cars at Union Pacific's Dolores Yard / ICTF facility in Carson, California, on September 19, 2011.
Pacific Harbor Line is utilizing two of the "Pleasing Frankenstein" P30Cs from Progress Rail these days. One is in UP colors and is leased. The other is PHL property and wears their handsome zebra... (more)
Once the home to a virtual salad bar of first generation (and some second generation) EMDs, the engine facility in Pacific Harbor Line's Pier A Yard has become home to one of a kind MP20s from MPI... (more)
FEC continues to host the PR30C. It can also be found/researched as PRSX 3001 when it tested on ACWR, but with these new modifications it shows to be PRLX 3001.