Brand-new Santa Fe Ce-11 way car 999779 sits in the railroad’s Hobart Engine Facility in Vernon, California, on August 17, 1981. Built in 8/81, this may be the caboose’s first trip to California,... (more)
YLA01 works the interchange with the LAJ with a pair of geeps near sunset.
The LAJ 227 Job heads over the diamond with the UP San Pedro Sub just west of the A Yard with a rare-for-LA BN painted geep for power.
An Amtrak Pacific Surfliner shoves its way towards LA (looming in the background) as it crosses the LA River on the Redondo Flyover.
Union Pacific's J-Yard Switcher comes off the Alameda Industrial Lead and onto the narrow alley located spur to the "sugar house," a corn syrup processor.
Los Angeles Junction's 227 job heads back towards A yard, passing the crossing-activation signal. This unit is classified a GP25 by LAJ parent BNSF as it has had its turbo pegged.
Power from a "Wisplack" Z train makes the move around the horn of Hobart Yard in order to reach Commerce Diesel for service.
YJY68R heads down the alleyway on Track 842 off the Alameda Industrial with a couple geeps for power.
A pair of units lead the 63R yard job down the San Pedro Sub, passed CP-Riddle and approaching 3 more signals on their trek down to pick up the tied down YLA51's train.
YLA63R prepares to start their work at Vernon with four geeps for power at sunset.
The AM J-Yard switcher shoves out of the J-Yard and along Alameda Street with a couple EMDs shoving. The Alameda Corridor is to the right of the power.
The AM J Yard switcher works an industrial spur as they head down a long alleyway with a pair of geeps.
YLA63R crosses the LAJ diamond in Vernon behind a GP40P-2 and GP15-1.
The South Industries Switcher prepares to switch out their train before working industries in Vernon.
The South Industries Switcher crosses the LAJ diamond after setting out a train of interchange traffic in the A Yard.