It’s a Gas, Gas, Gas!Santa Fe MK1200G 1201 is seen working on the Los Angeles Junction Railway in Commerce, California, on the day after Christmas, 1997. Morrison-Knudson built fou... (more)
Roster view of brand new BNSF 3733 at Vail Ave. on the San Bernardino Subdivision in the City of Commerce.
”There’s Something You Don’t See Every Day, Chauncey.” “What’s That, Edgar?”Saturday, April 15, 2017, was a bad day on the San Diego Subdivision. About halfway between Los Angeles... (more)
It’s a “Twofer”!A double-length Amtrak Pacific Surfliner (train #573), consisting of a six car train set, an F59PHI (#455), six more cars, and another F59PHI (#453). Due to ... (more)
Light engines race through Commerce on their way to Watson where they will be used later in the day to bring the H WATBAR up to Barstow.
A fast moving stack train gains speed as it heads out towards the Transcon.
An engine move at Commerce CA from Hobart to Commerce Diesel is led by a CitiRail GEVO, followed by an H1 D9, a BNSF GEVO, an H2 D9, and an AC4400CW.
A yard job uses the San Bernardino Sub for headroom at Commerce as they switch out stacks for an outbound road train.
The morning CITCOM Switcher switches out some double stacks at Commerce with a GP60 as their eastward leader. Both units began their careers as power for the ATSF's hottest intermodals so they're ... (more)
The first weekend train from Oceanside tears through Commerce on its way into Los Angeles.
Baretables in CommerceBNSF Railway train B-LACLAC3-11 (a baretable train that operated from Hobart Yard near Los Angeles to Fullerton, where it picked up the cars, and back) leaves ... (more)
Colorful BNSF GP60sBNSF Railway train B-LACLAC3-11 (a baretable train that operated from Hobart Yard near Los Angeles to Fullerton, where it picked up the cars, and back) passes thr... (more)
Another Ethanol train for the big facility in Carson CA is seen here getting close to its final destination passing through Commerce.
The CitCom Switcher shoves a huge cut of stacks back into Commerce Yard (out of frame) as a pair of Mack-truck-sounding gensets growl away.
Finishing the long run from Memphis to Los Angeles, a BNSF stacker brakes as it comes within a mile of its final destination of Hobart Yard.