The El Segundo Local runs under the parking lot bridges of the abandoned Hawthorne Mall as it heads back towards Los Angeles with pulls from Chevron and one skybox delivery for Triumph Aircraft.
The El Segundo Local finishes up their morning at 4th Street Yard.
LOW20 comes off the Alameda Corridor and onto the Metrolink connector with a trio of geeps.
Street running by the Gardena Dance Club in downtown Gardena California.
The Torrance Local passes under a traffic light on its short bit of street running in downtown Gardena. These rails in the pavement are a reminder that this line was once part of the might Pacific... (more)
The Torrance Local heads down the Wilmington Sub with Los Angeles' iconic city hall in the background. At one time this train had a conductor who called it "The Death Train." That name h... (more)
Union Pacific's scruffy looking Torrance Local has just finished building its train and pulls down to the end of the yard lead where it will call the Metrolink DS for permission to enter the main.
With a pair of ex-Saint Louis Southwestern (SSW or Cotton Belt) units on the point, a one-car-wonder LOF41 works upgrade into Santa Susana Pass on its approach to Tunnel 27. The sole lumber car ma... (more)
The high and low roads over Newhall Pass. On the low road the eastbound Saugus Local behind a pair of ex-Cotton Belt GP40-2s slip through the curves east of CP Balboa on the old Saugus Line (now M... (more)
While some locals might have thought there was a fire in town after seeing a constant plume of smoke rise into the sky, the crew of this morning's LOL30 knew it was one of their aging GP's. Having... (more)
This is the Boy Scout special running through on the Front Range at Palmer Lake. An F3A, F7B and F3B make up the consist.
Having finished serving customers in the Santa Clarita Valley, Union Pacific's Saugus Local hurries through San Fernando on their way back to Gemco yard. Originally Southern Pacific's 'Saugus line... (more)
Still looking like the SP GP40-2 it was born as, UP1403 is seen working the Newark Yard this afternoon.
Ex-SSW7649 still looks good even with yellow patches and hoodside tagging.
Cotton Belt and Southern Pacific together again