The new leader of the pack. One of Metrolink's new F125 "Spirit" Tier 4 locomotives, the third built, though the first to be delivered, sits on display at Los Angeles Union Statio... (more)
Metrolink's first Tier IV diesel, F125 #905 is the lead unit on a display train being set up for an event the following day at Los Angeles Union Station.
The New Face of MetrolinkIf you cross your eyes and let them go out of focus, it kind of, sort of, looks like an F-unit. Maybe. OK, not really. But, still, it is an F-unit. T... (more)
Ready to Meet the PublicMetrolink's first (and, so far, only) F125 will be on display at Los Angeles Union Station on Monday, July 18, 2016. The engine arrived a day early to get s... (more)
With freshly touched up 'heritage paint' F59PH 859 on the point Metrolink train 207 accelerates away from the station at Via Princessa and towards the siding at Honby. Train 207 terminates in Via ... (more)
Metrolink's newest locomotive, SCAX 905 has arrived at Keller Yard in Los Angeles, CA by BNSF Railway.
A New Model from EMDAn interesting little train passes through Fullerton, California, as the sun was rising on June 16th, 2016. This train originated at EMD's plant in Muncie, IN, ... (more)
A New Face in TownAn interesting little train passes through Fullerton, California, as the sun was rising on June 16th, 2016. This train originated at EMD's plant in Muncie, IN, an... (more)
A Metrolink turn to Oceanside passes through the beach area north of San Clemente Pier.
Metrolink 900 leading Train 306 past an open field in Upland, CA heading toward it's stop of Rancho Cucamonga
Opulence in GlendaleA Metrolink train arrives at the Glendale, California, passenger station on a June 1993 afternoon. This distinctive station was constructed by the Southern Paci... (more)
Meeting in Fullerton.As a BNSF Railway bare table train heads west on the middle main, Metrolink train 706 stops in Fullerton, California, on February 26th, 2016. Led by MP36PH-3C 8... (more)
SCAX 859 leads a eastbound Metrolink towards its next station stop at West Corona as it passes through Santa Ana Canyon.
A deadhead move from CMF (Central Maintenance Facility) to LAUS (Los Angeles Union Station) is led along the east bank of the River Sub by Metrolink's unique F40PH, everyone's favorite engine.
Metrolink's lone F40PH (one of four bought from Amtrak, but the only one to ever enter service) waits with a train it will push to Los Angeles.