With an uncertain future ahead of it, AMTK 795 languishes at Redondo Junction waiting for the chance to return to service.
The YLA01 yard job/hostler switches out power at 4th Street Yard with a single ex-MKT GP38-2. Meanwhile, an inbound ILTLC awaits room at LATC alongside the LA River.
Old vs. New at Keller Yard, as 7 F59s sit on the deadline at Keller Yard awaiting their fate while some of their replacements await placement into service.
A pair of Gold Line trains meet on the 1st Street bridge over the LA River with the city skyline in the background.
A pair of SP's U33C's were bracketing one of only two EMD DD35B units on the roster while leading one of SP's meriod of "haulers" that operated in both directions out of SP main Taylor Y... (more)
A light power move trundles along the LA River and past the 1927-built Sears building, still open today.
As the sun sets on another day in Los Angeles, another work day on the famed 4-8-4 based here, Santa Fe 3751, concludes for the steam crew of the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society. Curren... (more)
Power for Union Pacific's Aurant Switch waits out the weekend for its next assignment. This is a bad location for tagging, so finding a pristine Baby Tunnel Motor here was a nice surprise.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief nears the end of its long run, now less than a railroad mile (and but a walking or flying block) from Los Angeles Union Station, as it passes the Metrolink power at Keller... (more)
As Mark Twain once famously said after the erroneous printing of his obituary, "Reports of my demise have been greatly exaggerated," so goes the same for Metrolink's one and only F40PH. ... (more)
Long called the World's Shortest Railroad (although now possibly usurped by the Horsehoe Curve funicular), Angels Flight runs up and down Bunker Hill in downtown Los Angeles.
Mopac 2020 and UP 3026 sit at the west end of the Union Pacific yard in Los Angeles.
The Torrance Local heads through South LA bound for Gardena on a sunny Friday morning.
The Gardena Rock Train prepares to enter the tunnel under the I-105 Freeway and the switch inside which is the junction between the Torrance and El Segundo Industrial Leads. The train will diverge... (more)
The Cabazon-Gardena Rock Train comes onto the Torrance Industrial Lead in South Los Angeles as their near their destination at the Robinson Rock facility.