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Photo ID: 707972

Tacoma Rail's Hill Job passes through the iconic Milwaukee Road gulch on the east side of Tacoma Washington, under the city's skyline.

Railroad: Tacoma Rail
Locomotive: EMD SD70ACe
Location: Tacoma, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: TRMW 7001
Train ID: TRMW Hill Job
Photo Date: August 11, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 26, 2019

Views: 1,079
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Photo ID: 707452

I was seeing reports for some time that the LOF67 (and LOF66 and LOF65) haulers out of GEMCO in Van Nuys CA and Guadalupe CA have been running with UP 2002, leading on the Van Nuys originating tra... (more)

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD SD70M
Location: Van Nuys, California, USA
Locomotive #: UP 2002
Train ID: UP LOF67
Photo Date: August 05, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 21, 2019

Views: 888
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Photo ID: 707376

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.

Railroad: Union Pacific
Locomotive: EMD GP15-1
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Locomotive #: UPY 541
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 04, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 20, 2019

Views: 828
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Photo ID: 707375

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)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 20
Train ID: AMTK 3
Photo Date: August 04, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 20, 2019

Views: 688
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Photo ID: 707374

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)

Railroad: Metrolink
Locomotive: EMD F40PH
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Locomotive #: SCAX 800
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 04, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 20, 2019

Views: 1,488
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Photo ID: 707295

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.

Railroad: Angels Flight
Locomotive: Col Eddy Funicular
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 30, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 800
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Photo ID: 707294

A set of Bombardier Innovia Mark II heads west out of the subway tunnel towards Howard Beach.

Railroad: AirTrain JFK
Locomotive: Bombardier Innovia Mark II
Location: Queens, New York, USA
Locomotive #: 113
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 579
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Photo ID: 707283

A set of Bombardier Innovia Mark II cars pulls into the Howard Beach station ready to make another turn back to Kennedy Airport.

Railroad: AirTrain JFK
Locomotive: Bombardier Innovia Mark II
Location: Queens, New York, USA
Locomotive #: 114
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 942
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Photo ID: 707281

Along what was once the Long Island Railroad Rockaway Branch and is now the IND Rockaway Line, a pair of elderly Pullman Standard R46 train sets stop at the Howard Beach station on their respectiv... (more)

Railroad: MTA New York City Transit
Locomotive: Pullman Standard R46
Location: Queens, New York, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 734
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Photo ID: 707271

Long ago, the brilliant Duke Ellington played "Take the A Train," but he never told us which way. Here we see A trains going both ways at Broad Channel in Queens, while a dapper gentlema... (more)

Railroad: MTA New York City Transit
Locomotive: Pullman Standard R46
Location: Queens, New York, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 785
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Photo ID: 707270

A Far Rockaway bound set of venerable Pullman Standard R46 cars trundles over roadbed that once hosted Long Island Railroad PingPong cars, as it enters the second, shorter causeway, across Jamaica... (more)

Railroad: MTA New York City Transit
Locomotive: Pullman Standard R46
Location: Queens, New York, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: July 24, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 19, 2019

Views: 737
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Photo ID: 706822

The commuter rush is in full swing in Harlem as a Metro North "Genny" pulls a string of Shoreliners up to the 125th Street station.

Railroad: Metro-North Railroad
Locomotive: GE P32AC-DM
Location: New York, New York, USA
Locomotive #: MCWX 210
Train ID: MNCW 847
Photo Date: July 23, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 14, 2019

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Photo ID: 706821

The commuter rush begins in Harlem as a Metro North "Genny" pulls a string of Shoreliners up to the 125th Street station with Midtown's towers looming in the back.

Railroad: Metro-North Railroad
Locomotive: GE P32AC-DM
Location: New York, New York, USA
Locomotive #: MCWX 201
Train ID: MNCW 841
Photo Date: July 23, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 14, 2019

Views: 942
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Photo ID: 705627

A train bound for Croton Harmon pulls along the most southern platform at Spuyten Duyvil (which translates to Spite the Devil and is an upscale part of the Bronx). Above it, the Henry Hudson Bridg... (more)

Railroad: Metro-North Railroad
Locomotive: Budd M3A
Location: Bronx, New York, USA
Locomotive #: MNCW 8116
Train ID: MNCW 769
Photo Date: July 22, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 03, 2019

Views: 865
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Photo ID: 705626

With a set of MUs just out of frame behind the photographer, a Metro North train led by a New Haven painted Genny comes to a stop just short of the platform along the Harlem Shipping Channel, wher... (more)

Railroad: Metro-North Railroad
Locomotive: GE P32AC-DM
Location: Bronx, New York, USA
Locomotive #: MNCW 231
Train ID: MNCW 865
Photo Date: July 22, 2019


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By: Charles Freericks

Added: Aug 03, 2019

Views: 744
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