UP 1022 certainly isn't the best looking unit on the UP roster. After spending a little over a year in LA, this once clean unit (see photo ID 715259 for an image of what it looked like a year ago)... (more)
The Torrance Local passes under the locally-famous PE bridge as they come into their namesake City. Leading the way on today's LOW10 is SP painted 1413 heading light for US Gypsum to pick up a sin... (more)
The 611 Shuttle passes the east switch at Ironsides (which is actually on the geographically west end) with a stack train out of storage from Alcoa. The consist is a throwback to the era when the ... (more)
The 611 Watson Shuttle departs Torrance with a train bound for Terminal Island.
The 1st Watson returns back towards Watson Yard as they pass through the "Jungle" in Torrance with a Santa Fe painted leader.
The engineer of the 1st Watson provides a smile and wave to a family enjoying an afternoon bike ride as they cut through Torrance.
The Second Watson (Watson Yard in Wilmington to Alcoa Yard in Torrance) has no outbound cars this day (due to the BARWAT having not run) and is just heading up to likely due some switching for cus... (more)
A rebuilt GP60M leads the evening local into Torrance with a decent sized train.
After waiting for their daytime counterpart, the evening job on the Harbor Sub heads towards Alcoa to do some switching.
The 1st Watson returns through Old Torrance with a short train for Watson Yard.
It’s near the end of the day in Torrance as the 2nd Watson rolls through "the Jungle" with a pair of GP60s for power.
The evening local out of Watson heads into Torrance to switch cars in the early evening.
The 2nd Watson rounds the bend on the approach to Alcoa with a trio of GP60s.
The 2nd Watson local arrives in Torrance as they pass the siding at Ironsides.
The 746 yard job takes a cut of stacks out of Torrance. Once they'd arrive at Watson, they would double over this consist onto a cut of empty ethanol tanks, which would depart as the U-WATAXT7. T... (more)