On January 14 the Union Pacific Paramount Switcher has just crossed the Los Angeles River in Long Beach and is now following a huge storm drain as it heads up towards its namesake city of Paramoun... (more)
Light engines race through Commerce on their way to Watson where they will be used later in the day to bring the H WATBAR up to Barstow.
A fast moving stack train gains speed as it heads out towards the Transcon.
An engine move at Commerce CA from Hobart to Commerce Diesel is led by a CitiRail GEVO, followed by an H1 D9, a BNSF GEVO, an H2 D9, and an AC4400CW.
For the second day in a row the Coast Starlight is about 13 hours late as it makes a rare daylight run through downtown Burbank on its way to nearby Los Angeles.
The Saugus Local had an early day this Friday the 13th and is seen her shoving back to Gemco Yard.
No this is not hopper-tragic game of tug rope. The Cajon Local passes through the Amtrak station with a rather unique consist of outward facing SD70ACes bookending a single hopper car (for Cushenb... (more)
An Atlanta to LA/LB Harbor train passes the massive Cal Portland Cement complex in Oro Grande California.
A Salt Lake City to Long Beach intermodal train rides over rival BNSF rails as it exercises long-standing trackage rights.
The Pin Spud baretable train heads past the massive Cemex plant in downtown Victorville with a long strong of baretables.
A California Steel Industries SW1500 pulls a cut of slab cars past the scale tower in the remaining portion of the old Kaiser Steel facility.
Having been set out by the previous day's Chino Local, a UP GP40-2 wait Montclair Yard with a cut of cars to be picked up and taken back to West Colton.
I have no idea what happened to the trucks and fuel tank on the lead GEVO but it looks gold-plated.
A CNJ passenger GP7 in CNJ's Red Barron paint scheme leads a long string of ex Missouri Pacific coaches on a train from Raritan to Newark in a muggy and rainy New Jersey morning.
After the implementation of the Aldene Plan in 1967 that diverted CNJ trains from the old main to Jersey City onto the Lehigh Valley and the Pennsylvania into Newark, Raritan trains had to be run ... (more)