The very last unrebuilt F59PH left on the Metrolink roster leads a Lancaster bound train out of the Downtown Burbank station. This engine's time left before its prime mover is drilled out is short... (more)
The very last unrebuilt F59PH left on the Metrolink roster leads a Lancaster bound train into the Downtown Burbank station. This engine's time left before its prime mover is drilled out is short.
Down to One. Built in 1992, EMD F59PH #857 was one of Metrolink's original locomotives, having been with the Los Angeles commuter railroad since opening day. Since that time, it has seen th... (more)
An endangered F59PH leads Metrolink 667 toward San Clemente as it skirts the Pacific Ocean in the afternoon light.
Blasting out of Tunnel 28 as it begins its accent up Santa Susana Pass, SCAX 857 has Metrolink 117 well in hand as leads its train full of commuters heading home from downtown Los Angeles closer t... (more)
A Lancaster, California bound Metrolink commuter train makes its way through the Sand Canyon Fire near Tunnel #19. The 22,000+ acre wild fire has forced Antelope Valley Line trains to operate at r... (more)
A sound bound Metrolink train #662 at San Clemente Beach, San Clemente, California.
Metrolink F59PH #857 accelerates out of the North Pomona Metrolink station with train #321 heading towards LAUPT.
A extra Metrolink train set is being used to move the NJT Comet cars that have been stored in Saugus for awhile. Seen from the Magnolia over pass in Downtown Burbank
The Santa Fe heritage at BNSF Railway's San Bernardino Yard is evident as Metrolink F59PHI 857 gets ready to depart the station shoving its train to Los Angeles, California. The big smokestack is... (more)
A Los Angeles bound Meterolink train departs Fullerton after making its scheduled stop. A lone commuter makes her way along the platform.
A Los Angeles bound Metrolink makes a stop at Fullerton on a stormy Friday the 13.
Metrolink F59PHs 857 and 859 rest on the Fouth of July holiday at San Bernardino, California.
This brilliantly clean southbound Metrolink stands in stark contrast to the salt-air rusted ROW fence along the San Clemente beach.
One of the leased GO Transit trainsets that Metrolink was using in 1994.