YPUP13 shoves into Dolores Yard, having just crossed over Anaheim Street in Wilmington, CA.
While checking out the location of the Pacific Harbor Line's former enginehouse at their now-gone Pier A Yard, a pair of NRE 3GS21B locomotives, PHL 30 and 31, were found crossing Alameda Street w... (more)
The Reyes job is shown early in its nearly eight mile long shove from Wilmington to Compton, where it will then have locomotive forward as it works the Reyes Spurs.
The Yang Ming Switcher works TraiPac on a typical California sunny morning.
Pacific Harbor Line train YPSW24-05, the Reyes Switcher, backs down the PHL’s Wilmington Lead in the Wilmington neighborhood of Los Angeles, heading another 7 miles north in order to swit... (more)
As Pacific Harbor Line train YPSW24-05 rolled down the Union Pacific's UP Reyes Spur, the crew had to stop and adjust, to put it mildly, a new addition to an awning added to a camper sitting by th... (more)
PHL's 0800 Switcher picks up a couple boxcars at Potential Industries before taking them across the street to Berth 200 Yard.
The 0200 UP Dock Job spots TraPac with a single MP20C for power.
The YPTC01 "TraPac Switcher" has just picked up a cut of cars at Berth 200 and takes them to the TraPac facility at Pier A in the Port of LA.
The 1400 BNSF Dock Job shoves down the Manuel Sub bound for the LAXT loop.
YPSW05 returns from Amerigas and prepares to take the tank cars on the right to Phillips 66.
The 0500 Switcher heads to Amerigas with a rebuilt 4 axle MPI unit for power.
"Noon Switcher" YPSW12 heads down the McFarland street running with 45 cars from Watson.
YPBN09 shoves a train down the Pier J Lead into the aptly-named Pacific Container Terminal in the Port of Long Beach as other wells are loaded and unloaded at the adjacent ITS facility on the righ... (more)
A passenger train on the Pacific Harbor Line!
As a terminal railroad, the Pacific Harbor Line isn’t normally thought of as an operator of passenger trains. So it was quite a s... (more)