A 2x2 Eastbound stacker nears the summit of Cajon Pass, as a Westbound can be seen on the left coming off the pass.
A five unit lash up consisting of two SD40's, two GP35's and a DD35, climb Cajon.
Quite possibly the last ES44C4 with this carbody leading a Westbound stack train down the 3% grade. I stumbled upon this little gem on my way home after a long day at work.
Brand New BNSF 8384, 4342, 4909, 4784 & CREX 1330 leads this stack upgrade.
A Seattle bound stack train is lead by some older power today as an AC4400CW takes the reins on a sunny day by Mormon Rocks.
A Whisp-Spud begins its decent into Cajon Pass from Summit on a warm summer day in one of railroading's more iconic spots.
A Union Pacific automobile train pauses at Cajon while its helpers are cut off on July 6th, 1990. this train will resume its westbound journey shortly, behind UP SD40-2s 3344, 3495 and 3369, alon... (more)
Rolling through Cajon, California, (under hot and humid monsoonal skies) is BNSF train Z-WSPLAC9-24A (Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal; Willow Springs IL to Los Angeles CA) that features a break from t... (more)
GECX 2028 East slows for a diverging approach at Cajon where it will crossover from main 2 to 3.
"Three Devils" UP 3666, UP 4434, NS 8108 & NS 1145 leads 122lds, 9694tns 7102ft Southbound down the grade.
Chicago to Los Angeles intermodal train 188 was descending Cajon Pass westbound led by a freshly shopped unit painted in the proposed "Shouldn't have Painted So Fast" SPSF merger paint s... (more)