A light engine move at Watson, probably a shuttle getting ready to work.
A pair of GP60Ms, a model unique to the Santa Fe and subsequent owner Burlington Northern Santa Fe, are found in the BNSF's Watson Yard in Wilmington, California, on August 30th, 2014. Engine 130... (more)
With the acquisition of new power, the BNSF Railway has had to renumber some units to get more numerical organization into their roster. This necessitated the renumbering of their 38 GP60s (of th... (more)
The Kinder Morgan ethanol train is being put into position by their Shuttlewagon. This work used to be done by a pair of GEEPS. I was surprised at how much this little sucker could pull. This phot... (more)
Barbed wire separates Watson Yard from the historic Wilmington Cemetery, framing GEVO #7731, which is being redied for the next "Watbar" (MWATBAR). ES44DC #7731 was part of BNSF's first order for ... (more)
While the Pacific Coast Highway is thought of for the beautiful beach road that runs along the California coast it also passes through industrial Wilmington, home to BNSF's Watson Yard. This day'... (more)
One of Santa Fe's home made SD45-2Bs makes a rare appearance at Watson Yard with the WATBAR consist. ATSF converted eight of their SD45-2s into cabless boosters. The dynamic brakes were moved to... (more)
Railserve GP10 430 (ex-IAIS 430, ex-IAIS 8030, ex-ICG 8030, nee-IC GP9 9030) and GP9 3817 (ex-SP 3817, ex-SP 3686, nee-SP 5823) switch the ethanol facility at BNSF's Watson Yard in Carson, Califor... (more)
Kinder Morgan 450, a Shuttlewagon SWX605C, works the ethanol facility at BNSF's Watson Yard in Carson, California, on January 26, 2008. This replaced much more Railroad: Kinder MorganLocomotive: Shuttlewagon SWX605CLocation: Carson, California, USALocomotive #: 450Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: January 26, 2008
A BNSF ACe, which is very rare here, sits in the Watson Yard waiting to depart on the M-WATBAR1-21 later in the day.
Power sits in the yard awaiting its next assignment.
PHL working at the south end of BNSF's Watson Yard.
Power rests in the Watson Yard.
The BNSF Watson Yard is full of tankers and covered hoppers on this morning.
BNSF GP30 2445 (ex-ATSF 2745, ex-3245, nee-1245) switches cars at the former Santa Fe Watson Yard in southern California.