Urban camo? Wow.
A Southern Pacific covered hopper awaits departure from North Yard in Salt Lake City for Ogden on July 30, 2016.
A Type 5M2A Metrorail set about to make a stop at Hamberg Station on its way to Randfontein.
Referred to as the "Death Train" by a since retired crew member, the Torrance Local travels through some of LA's grittier areas and looks like it.
The Torrance Local shoves up Sartori to a business park at the end of the line. This is the one time Pacific Electric line to its huge shops complex and still looks like an interurban in some ways... (more)
The Torrance Local heads over a small bit of street running that is a vestige of this line's one-time life as an interurban line. Heading down Vermont Avenue the train will soon turn back to its o... (more)
The Torrance Local shoves a string of cars to set out into the Conoco facility. The large aggregate unloader is for Robertson Ready Mix Concrete next door (and will see use in a few hours when the... (more)
UP 4243 & 8528 shove an eastbound stack train.
Power for the UP LOW10 Torrance spends its downtime on a wide open team track where it is tagged mercilessly. The modern office high-rise in the background is LA Metro HQ.
Still going strong, an old UP GP40-2 awaits its next assignment in the yard.
Freshly painted UP 652 at Bakersfield.
Two very different Gensets sit at the end of the roundhouse track in Dolores. These two units have been here for a few weeks at least, so are likely OOO. The closer one is the one of a kind GS14B ... (more)
CSXT B733 takes the siding to head back to Walpol