The day draws to a close as the 1st Watson approaches its home yard.
After dusk, the 2nd Watson heads west through West Carson.
The 1st Watson creeps through "the Jungle" in Torrance in the late evening.
The 741 job heads for Torrance and Wilmington with a warbonnet leader.
The 1st Watson arrives back into town with a pair of GP60Ms for power in the late evening.
A couple warbonnets lead the 1st Watson through Lawndale on a clear afternoon.
The 2nd Watson heads west out of Wilmington in the late evening.
The Harbor Sub in Torrance contains a stretch of trackage where the main runs in between a thick row of trees along the right of way. Known as the "Jungle", it provides a unique backdrop... (more)
Welcome to the Jungle! This section of the BNSF Harbor Sub through Torrance has come to be known as the Jungle due to the heavy, east-coast-like growth that have grown around the tracks.
The First Watson sits temporarily stranded at the Lawndale Sidings (which are actually in Redondo Beach). The crossing gate at Inglewood (behind the photographer) has fallen and is fouling the tra... (more)
After working Chevron, the Saturday relief job from El Segundo to Watson and back climbs Monoco Hill in Lawndale on its way to work Exxon in Torrance. Hope this isn't my last pair of warbonnets on... (more)
Westbound stacks with 4 warbonnets running “elephant style”. Following the recent duplication earthworks this scene today is ruined as it looks like the B52’s have been through.
BNSF's Flagstaff Local goes about its morning duties on a cold Friday morning.
Strange power shows up on M338 these days! Today's version had the BNSF 120, BNSF 9736, BNSF 326.