Union Pacific's PHL Hostler job's main duty is to bring power down from Dolores Yard to the ports to build outbound trains with. Here they are bringing such a set along the Dominguez Canal.
The 621 Watson Shuttle Job pulls a string of stacks for Mediterranean down the Alameda Corridor. It will soon take the Long Beach Sub and then shove into Mediterranean to deliver what I believe wa... (more)
A Pacific Harbor Line BNSF Dock Job shoves its way to Terminal Island along Dominguez Creek on a dreary day in Wilmington.
Due to track work in the yard, we see a rare instance in which both morning Gemco local jobs are working on the west side of the yard, The Saugus Local waits for a chance to enter back into the ti... (more)
A westbound diesel-powered train (with engines on both sides) passes through Woodside, possibly deadheading.
The westbound express races away from Manhattan on a crisp and cold February afternoon.
And inbound local train comes around the curve at Bliss ready to pick up more Manhattan bound passengers.
Outbound 7 Express train races past 40th and Lowery on the original concrete section of the Flushing Line.
Outbound 7 Express train races towards 40th and Lowery on the original concrete section of the Flushing Line.
An outbound 7 train with the NYC skyline and part of the SilverCup Studios sign in the background.
A set of M3s heads out to Far Rockaway on the left while a set of newer M7s head out for Huntington on the right, both passing JAY Interlocking Tower.
A Long Island Railroad westbound set of Bombardier M7s passes by the Forest Hills station in Queens.
An unknown train (maybe a deadhead)? Scoots south under the push of a "New Haven" P32 while a set of M8 cars for Stamford head the other way.
Standing on the amazingly busy platforms of Metro North's Harlem 125th Station we see a soutbhound set of Kawasaki M8s inbound from Stamford CT and a northbound set of Bombardier M7s heading to So... (more)
Inbound from Croton Harmon pass through the one time New York Central station at 125th Street in Harlem.