Cotton Belt GP60 9638 was found in the Southern Pacific’s Dolores Yard, in Carson, California, on March 5, 1997.
Always nice to run into brand new power, but from two different railroads! While waiting for a signal at CP Dominguez on the Alameda Corridor Sub, I noticed some very new paint in the two power ho... (more)
The 7400 Swticher brings its pulls over the Dominguez Channel Bridge on the Carson Industrial Lead. This job works out of Mead Yard, which has become the last bastion of NRE Gensets in Southern Ca... (more)
Union Pacific 3014 is an EMD SD70ACe-T4, built in October 2016. It was on the point of an eastbound intermodal train at the railroad's Dolores Yard in Carson, California, on February 23, 2018. T... (more)
Freshly painted Union Pacific AC4400CW 6556 is seen at the railroad's Dolores Yard in Carson, California, on October 18, 2017.
Union Pacific SD70ACe-T4 3017 on a Priority Intermodal train (Long Beach CA to Global 3 [Rochelle IL]) at the railroad's Dolores Yard, Carson, California, September 7. 2017. The power is UP SD70A... (more)
A stack train approaches the south end of the San Pedro Sub as they roll into Carson. The IRILBX came out of storage at Rioco siding in Lakewood and is bound for Terminal Island for export. This w... (more)
Northbound UP "Extra Pedro" empty coal train Carson
A whole lot of yellow.
LOI19 brings a set of EMD power for the outbound ITSLN1 13 train towards CP-West Thenard, where they'll enter PHL rails for the trip to Long Beach.
An extra KG4LB returns to Dolores after wying their inbound power at the end of the trip from Illinois.
Power from a Global 4 Extra passes through West Thernard on its way back to Dolores for servicing.
A BNSF shuttle job clears the permanent approach semaphore at Rolling Junction with a warbonnet Dash 9 taking up the rear.
The 0200 BNSF Dock Job switches out some inbound PHL cars on the Long Beach leg of the Watson Wye as an SD70ACe awaits its next assignment on a storage track.
BNSF's 613 Watson Shuttle Job begins to cross the one and only grade crossing on the Alameda Corridor (E. Lomita). Between the dirt road and the constant extremely heavy truck traffic, this is a v... (more)