They're Baaaack!After spending a few weeks working on a maintenance-of-way train, supposedly retired 29-year-old F59PH 868 is back in passenger service! Metrolink train 812 ... (more)
Metrolink 860 departs Oceanside with a new F125 locomotive.
Paired locomotives on Metrolink trains is usually rare, but in this case F125 904 is so new, despite its low number, that it has been teamed with 908 for break-in runs. Both engines were built in... (more)
A couple of days following my previous shots of the Metrolink rail train, the train was still waiting out the days on the Coast Siding, as seen here with the Burbank skyline behind it. This would ... (more)
Metrolink's rail train waits in Coast Siding while train 121 roars by behind a Boise Bullet.
Metrolink's oldest and newest F units are shown here as an F59 waits with a rail train and an F125 shoves a commuter train towards LA in Burbank. (Note, Metrolink did have four F40s, only one of w... (more)
Two recently retired F59s were pulled from the dead line and put back into service for MOW work in March and April of 2021 and are seen here awaiting their night crew on the Coast Siding in Burban... (more)
119 heads west as fire burns in the background.
Metrolink 661 arrives in LA with an F59 on the rear.
Metrolink commuter train 802 speeds through the Inland Empire on its way from Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo (in upper-middle-class Orange County, where, according to the 2010 US Census, Laguna Nigue... (more)
A Caboose For Your Thoughts? SCAX MW01, Metrolink's sole operating caboose, has returned to the high iron once again as it serves on Metrolink's rail train - seen here parked in the "c... (more)
Metrolink 121, headed this evening by the SCAX 901, leaves Burbank Junction in the dust as it approaches its next station stop - Burbank Airport South. Waiting patiently in the coast siding are a ... (more)
A couple F59s are head end power for a rail train that is working on the River and Valley Subs.
In between dropping rail in LA, the Metrolink rail train lays over in Burbank.
The Metrolink rail train lays over between trips with a pair of F59s for power.