The evening transfer job from Malabar to the Los Angeles Junction's A Yard approaches Harbor Jct. in the late evening.
BNSF's two dynamic brake equipped 3GS21Bs bookend a GP50 rebuild on the LAJ 228 job.
LAJ's 228 job switches cars on an industry spur in Vernon with three units for power.
YLA63R slows up as they approach the BNSF diamond at San Pedro Jct., where they'll wait for some freight and passenger traffic before proceeding back to the Weeds to finish off their work week.
The AM J Yard switcher shoves down the tight 842 Spur in Vernon, in between the variety of industrial buildings at the City is known for.
A GP15-1 and GP40P-2 head up the old San Pedro Sub main at Vernon.
The South Industries Switcher heads back towards East LA in the late evening after switching some spurs in Vernon.
The YLA63R South Industries Switcher works a customer in Vernon with a clean GP15-1 leading.
YLA63R switches in Vernon with a GP15-1 and GP40P-2 rebuild, both having avoided tagging to this point. Unfortunately, that changed quickly.
LAJ 227 returns back to the A Yard with a single GP50, shortly after meeting the 228 job.
The LAJ 228 job heads along the LA River with a genset and GP50 leading a decent sized train.
The Robertson Ready-Mix Rock train heads empty over the Los Angeles River on its way back to Cabazon after have dropped another load of rocks in Gardena.
BNSF Job 314 takes a couple of the LAJ-assigned GP50 rebuilds to Commerce, as they enter the San Bernardino Sub at West Hobart.
Los Angeles Junction 227 reserves back through the B Yard on their way to tie up.
A set of power runs west onto the Alameda Corridor, bound for LAXT at the Port of Los Angeles.