First Torrance Roadswitcher derailed their caboose while shoving the Kentile lead in an industrial part of Torrance
while Santa Fe's 2nd Torrance Road Switcher was shoving paper loads toward Boise Cascades Torrance plant on the three mile Torrance Oil Spur the rail turned under the trailing unit derailing the l... (more)
SP Torrance switcher heading down exPE trackage in old Torrance near exPE shops with loads of tinplate for can manufacturer at end of the line
a pair of brand new SW1500's await duty at SP Torrance station
Five of Santa Fe's homebuilt CF7's led a grain train through Torrance, CA. It was common on weekends when fewer switch units were needed in LA to through together a bunch to power an extra train d... (more)
A BNSF Watson Shuttle job pulls out of Alcoa Yard and begins its journey to the Alameda Corridor. This line used to be the Santa Fe's main into the Habor, but today is just a long piece of yard tr... (more)
Welcome to the Jungle! Go back in time 15 plus years ago, this would be a common sight with ATSF stack trains and manifest would pass through all day and all night. Now, with the Alameda Co... (more)
Torrance switcher sitting at Torrance station
"The Torrance" shoves under the iconic Colombia Steel Viaduct in its namesake city of Torrance. The Viaduct originally carried Pacific Electric freight to Columbia Steel over the line to Torrance ... (more)
in March '86 the SP Torrance switcher has pulled a high value high wide load from the end of the branch and is heading toward old downtown Torrance. This exPacific Electric trackage in Torrance ha... (more)
Five Santa Fe Cleburn, TX rebuilt CF7's lead an "extra Harbor" east through Torrance, CA.
The "Torrance" (LOW10) passes through Dolanco Junction (aka Humphreys), where the San Pedro Via Torrance Line of the Pacific Electric once ran south and the loop line through Torrance Townsite wen... (more)
A matched trio of GP60 locomotives.
export coal train westbound on Santa Fe Harbor Sub passing Torrance