The three pm BNSF dock job heads out of Berth 200 yard with a myriad of refinery towers behind it, as it makes a light run to Trapac.
PHL 69 leads the 1500 BNSF Dock Job as the crew patiently waits for security to open the gate to enter the TraPac terminal on Pier A.
The 1400 UP Dock Job arrives at Yang Ming with a train of containers for export.
The 1100 UP Dock Job shoves through Long Beach Jct. enroute to ICTF.
PHL's 1PM UP Dock Job has a long string of stacks on the coupler as it takes the Long Beach Sub and heads south into the spaghetti bowls of tracks ahead of it.
The 5AM dock job has an incredibly long cut of baretables on the coupler as it shoves up the Long Beach Sub, about to enter Union Pacific's Dolores Industrial Lead on its way to drop the empties a... (more)
The 8AM Dock Job heads under the big signal bridge at West Thernard in Carson, led by Pacific Harbor Line's only PR30C.
The 0700 BNSF Dock Job is one of the few PHL Dock Jobs that consistently uses modern road power, but today's edition was using an NRE six axle genset and MP20C-3. Here they're shoving down the &qu... (more)
After setting out some bad ordered well cars at Watson Yard, the 10AM BNSF Dock Job returns to Berth 200 via the McFarland Lead.
A Pacific Harbor Line BNSF Dock Job shoves its way to Terminal Island along Dominguez Creek on a dreary day in Wilmington.
With 16 bad-ordered well cars in tow, YPBN10 comes off the Watson Lead and passed the fixed semaphore distant signal at Rolling Jct.
After taking power from the 1000 BN Dock Job, the 1400 UP crew runs lite around the north leg of the wye at Marina bound for Terminal Island to pick up a train of outbounds.
The 5AM UP Dock Job shoves down to Yang Ming with a cut of outbound containers for export.
The PHL Interchange Switcher returns from Watson Yard via the McFarland street trackage.
A PHL "BN Dock Job" pulls out of Pier B Yard and onto the Long Beach Sub at CP-Gaspur. Their next stop is NYK on Terminal Island, where the crew will use this and another cut to build an... (more)