A view of SP locomotives stored at Taylor Yard taken from Griffith Park.
Santa Fe Warbonnet F units rest at Pasadena awaiting the filming of an Operation Lifesaver special.
Another view of dozens of unused locomotives sitting at Taylor Yard. In the center of the photo, someone is climbing up on one of the locomotives. I'm not sure if he is supposed to be there.
Cabooses sit to be serviced in Taylor Yard. This photo is taken from the footbridge from San Fernando Boulevard. The guy on the left does not appear to be approving of me taking the picture.
An inbound train - either the Desert Wind or Southwest Chief - snakes through the narrow right of way towards a stop at Pasadena Station.
Southbound Coast Starlight at SLO. I made my wife very nervous walking up to the front of the train to take this picture; she was convinced the train would leave without me.
Hordes of unused locomotives sit at Taylor Yard.
Coming down the Pasadena subdivision across the Los Angeles River.
An Amtrak switcher backs a passenger train towards Union Station on a sweltering summer day.
The inbound Desert Wind coasts to a stop at Pasadena Station. The number on the right side of the engine adjacent to the headlight looks like a stenciled replacement.
The crowd gathered to celebrate LAUPT's 50th anniversary admires part of the line-up.
The northbound train prepares to depart from Anchorage.
This rickety tower held an operator working the Conrail (formerly PRR and EL) and Chessie system (former B&O) crossing on the north side of Mansfield. I believe it was torn down in the early 80s.
HVSR 33 waits to haul a Santa Claus special train.
ATSF 3751 draws a lot of attention as it pulls up to the reviewing stand at Railfair '99. Kodak DC120 picture.