A Redondo Beach bound Green Line train passes Daniel Martinez' sculpture "For Your Intellectual Entertainment" as it slows for the El Segundo/Nash stop. One of 52 Siemens P2000 articulated light r... (more)
A Metro Rail train heads to Los Angeles through the Archstone Del Mar. This building hides the Santa Fe depot, which has been restored, but will never again host the Super Chief. The Archstone De... (more)
A Sumitomo is on the Green - a Sumitomo Nippon Sharyo P2020 light rail vehicle running from Norwalk to Rendono Beach on the Green Line crosses over Wise Transfer on the former Pacific Electric El ... (more)
This piece of semi street running on the Santa Fe's former Second District somehow lost a bit of it's uniqueness when it was converted to light rail. Well, that may even be a stretch, as I don't ... (more)
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)
A Metro Rail Gold Line train crosses over the Pasadena Freeway, it will cross the freeway two more times on its way into LA. This bridge once carried two railroads over the then Arroyo Seco Parkw... (more)
On busy Long Beach Boulevard, an MTA "Blue Line" train approaches the crossing at 8th Street. From this point the line is a single track loop through downtown Long Beach. The destination board i... (more)
Los Angeles Metro Rail's Red Line Yard is the only place where Red Line and Purple Line trains come out from their normal subterranean habitat. Picture was taken from the 4th St Bridge and shows ... (more)
Built for the Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley Lines by American Car & Foundry in 1911, this interurban was brought to LA by the US Maritime Commision to work Calship Specials on the Shipyard Railway... (more)
A northbound Gold Line trains is running literally in the footprints of the former Santa Fe Pasadena Subdivision, between Lake and Wilson Avenues in between the lanes of the 210 freeway.
A Blue Line train lays over at the Pine Avenue station on the loop in downtown Long Beach, before heading north to Los Angeles.
A southbound Gold Line train crosses into South Pasadena along the former Santa Fe right of way.
L.A.'s newest LRT, the Gold Line.