After having headed east with its shoving platform (a former caboose) leading, BNSF Railway train R-CAL0081-05I, one of the many locals that originate at the railway’s La Mirada Yard, was headin... (more)
The 2nd La Mirada returns back to its namesake yard with seven empties and a caboose as they pass through Fullerton.
The PM CITCOM yard job returns to Commerce after setting off baretables on the Los Angeles Junction behind a classic pair of EMDs in pre-merger paint.
With its work complete at the Miller Brewery in Irwindale, BNSF's Pasadena Local returns home to Kaiser Yard in Fontana as it passes through San Dimas on the former Santa Fe Pasadena Subdivision. ... (more)
GP60M 149 shows little sign of BNSF ownership while leading the westbound local through Glendora. The other 2 warbonnets on today's Pasadena Roadswitcher job were the 128 and 129.
The BNSF marking is nearly worn off GP60M 149, which gives the unit the appearance it had before the merger, when it was simply Santa Fe 149. These two GP60Ms (149 and 102), built in 1990, have l... (more)
Two Ex-ATSF EMD GP60Ms idle at Fullerton as they wait for a northbound Amtrak with a small crowd of the "Fullerton Foamers" as they talk with one another. The two units will be heading east to pic... (more)
The BLACLAC heads west as light power to Hobart Yard where they will pick up baretables for storage elsewhere on the San Bernardino Subdivision.
Switchin Out Foam - The Conductor of today's Third La Mirada local keeps an eye on traffic approaching the grade crossing on Kimberly, while the crew switches out tank cars from the foam plant loc... (more)
Long Live the Sanfa Fe - A pair of former AT&SF SD60M's in Warbonnet paint switch tank cars at a foam plant on the Kimberly Industrial Lead in Fullerton.
Brakeman has pulled the pin and is signaling the engineer to pull ahead. Note both 149 and 153 are in full AT&SF dress.
Both 149 and 153 are in full AT&SF dress.
Downtown Wichita Falls.
GP60M & GP60B leading south bound autorake
The controls of GP60M 149 as it descends Stevens Pass and about to cross The Foss River Bridge.