An outbound commute train awaits departure from The City. The locomotive is still with us today, restored to its as-delivered number of 5623 and its as-delivered black widow livery.
On the way to the mine with 60 loads of coal.
I really liked the "torpedo boat", with the sign. Which cigarette really is "lowest"?
At Railroad Days.
I have to admit it. I'm a sucker for a torpedo boat, well really, for most of the non-standard units. This one has just finished it's commuter run, had the last two number of the train removed f... (more)
Rare version (on SP) of a very fine EMD model. I wonder if they ever got out of California in their thirty odd years.
Rare version (on SP) of a very fine EMD model. I wonder if they ever got out of California in their thirty odd years. Sometime during the day they turned it so here's the other side.
Nice looking "torpedo boat" brings an EB train over the bridge over West Santa Clara St. nearing the end of its run.
I always liked these "torpedo boat" units for their air tanks and rarity. There were only four, all built to haul the "El Monte" and relegated to commuter work in their last years. This one has ... (more)
Former commute Geep #3189 and sister #3190 along with two freight geeps are working the outbound Permenente Local. The Kaiser facility (now Hansen) located in the foothills West of San Jose still ... (more)