An eastbound stack train out of the Port of Long Beach was climbing Cajon Pass near the station of Alray.
A solid set of Warbonnets between Alray and Summit.
GP60M 144 was was placed on the back of Santa Fe's promotional train used to film custom-painted GP60M 146 for Maersk. 144 provided additional braking on the steep grade. 144 was destroyed in a... (more)
Though I lived there my job kept me out of town so much these shots are rare in my collection. The 35s were ubiquitous and unappreciated at the time.
EB train dragging up the thru the pass with a nice power mix.
Approaching the tunnel. This is an American classic from a slightly different angle.
At sunrise, a westbound UP pig train with back-to-back Centennials for power winds its way down No. 3 Track, which has a grade of 3.0 percent.
UP 3551 east enters tunnel 1 on Cajon Pass. The tunnel is now gone, and UP 3551 is now Iowa, Chicago & Eastern 6404.
Brand new ES44C4 6539 leads this eastbound BNSF stack train up Cajon Pass at Alray on Easter Sunday.
2 units lead this eastbound stack train through Alray as it climbs the grade up Cajon Pass.
Working east at Alray, UP 7724 leads the MWCNP as it climbs Cajon Pass. The trailers in the upper right hand corner of the photo is UP's ZBRLC decending the grade on the Palmdale Cutoff.
less than year old UP SD40-2 with pooled power leads a hotshot east up Cajon Pass out of one of the two Alray tunnels
A westbound stack train heads down Cajon as the sounds of dynamic breaks echo the air around Walker.
A Z1 from Kansas City to Los Angeles makes its way down Cajon passing what used to be the old tunnel before the triple track project.
A slightly faded 6-axle leads quite and assorment of power eastbound.