The Los Angeles Junction Railway (reporting mark LAJ) is a switching railroad operating in the Los Angeles area. It provides switching services on 64 miles (103 km) of track, primarily in the industrial areas in and around Vernon, CA. LAJ is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BNSF Railway and its predecessor, the Santa Fe Railway.
In 1996, traffic was estimated at 16,000 cars per year.
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