The 1400 UP Dock Job passes the Team Track as they head towards ICTF.
The daytime Yang Ming Switcher runs lite back to Berth 200 at the end of their shift with a lone 6 axle genset.
Typically there's not a whole lot going on on PHL's trackage west of Berth 200 Yard, but activity was booming on this day with 4 jobs working at once. On the left, an extra DAS Switcher is seen sh... (more)
The 1430 Switcher, YPSW24, returns from Reyes Industrial with 4 mtys as they enter the lower portion of the Alameda Corridor at CP-Alameda.
The 1600 Long Beach Container Terminal Switcher, takes apart an inbound train as they use CP-Ocean for headroom. Part of the Long Beach city skyline can be seen in the background.
The 8AM Switcher shoves to Borax on a hot summer morning.
The YPSW08 0800 Switcher gets their day started with a shove down the street to US Borax to switch out cars to and from the mine in the Mojave Desert at Boron. PHL's four 4-axle gensets seem to be... (more)
YPBN10 brings an outbound BNSF stack train out of Terminal Island and towards Long Beach, where more cars will be picked up before the train is handed off to a BNSF road crew.
The Reyes Switcher makes a detour at the beginning on their shift as they shove a cut of cars down the street to US Borax before heading up to the Reyes Industrial Lead.
The Reyes Switcher heads for industries below Compton.
The 0800 Switcher works Vopak in Wilmington on a rare sunny summer morning in the LA Harbor.
The Reyes Switcher heads above the Alameda Corridor with a GP22ECO leading. Two inbound BNSF trains are seen below.
The 4th of July edition of the night Yang Ming Switcher pinch hits in local duty as they work Borax.
With only 2000hp on their single unit, the 1400 UP Dock Job is notched out as they pull 122 loaded platforms down the Long Beach Sub and towards the Wilmington Wye.
A private car move heads into the Alameda Corridor with PHL gensets on either end.