A wheelset that was recently reground to remove flat spots awaits its call to duty at the Pacific Harbor Line yard in Wilmington, CA, on April 4, 2009. Once in service, the fine grooves will be p... (more)
Pacific Harbor Line 62, an MPI MP20C-3, backs down Fries street on its way to Pasha to switch the Borax covered hoppers there. The PHL is the first railroad in America to roster 100% low-emission... (more)
A herd of zebras! Pacific Harbor Line's Pier A Yard includes their enginehouse. PHL is the first railroad in America with an all-"green" roster. Seen here, from left to right, are low-emis... (more)
Pacific Harbor Line 3GS21B 30 is just one of the low emission locomotives on the first railroad in America to roster nothing but environmentally friendly motive power.
Rebuilt from Maine Central GP38 259, Brookville Equipment Corporation 259 is a BL20CG, seen here demonstrating on the Pacific Harbor Line in southern California on April 4, 2009.
Brookville Equipment Corporation BL20CG 259 (rebuilt from MEC GP38 259) is seen here demonstrating on the Pacific Harbor Line in southern California on April 4, 2009. This is the second day of a ... (more)
A Pacific Harbor Line Genset and a BNSF Liquified Natural Gas MK1200G are being started up for the day at Knoll during a pending Winter storm. The units are on the Tosco Spur and will be used to ... (more)
An ex-Conrail end-cab switcher sits at Knoll, under the Vincent Thomas Bridge, awaiting an assignment to shove yet more containters. This old gal was first delivered to the Lackawanna on June of 1... (more)
In a scene that could only be found on the Pacific Harbor Line, GP7 #101 rests alongside PHL SD40T-2 #51 and a motley assortment of power at their open-air locomotive facility in Wilmington, Ca. o... (more)
After dropping a string of loaded stacks in Pier B Yard, PHL MP20C-3 #61 heads light to Pier A Yard, and approaches the "distant signal" at E Street. Always set to yellow, this signal warns the cr... (more)
An ex Southern Pacific Tunnel Motor sits at the end of track just before the Vincent Thomas Bridge. The unit is on the Tosco Spur, where an engine can often be found waiting to push a string of c... (more)
On New Years Eve one of PHL's new locomotives slowly moves around the wye.
PHL 32 sits in the yard with a single boxcar.
Street running at its finest; PHL 35 shoves its train towards customer Impress USA.
Evoking memories of a bygone era, PHL SW1200 35 and its train sit next to the abandoned Canner's Steam Company, located on, appropriately enough, Cannery Street in Terminal Island.