Santa Fe 8747 rolls into the Summit on Cajon Pass after battling snow.
UP 3621 east leads two new Mopac units 9017 and 9009 and with UP 3679 on the climb up the north track of Cajon Pass in 1985.
Amtrak 289 leads the westbound Desert Wind through the snow flurries at Cajon Summit. Snow was not very common in Cajon Pass.
A winter storm has dropped a light dusting of snow at Cajon Summit as the eastbound Amtrak Desert Wind breaks out of the clouds into a brief moment of sunlight.
Union Pacific 3091 has stopped on the south main line at summit. Creeping up on the north main is Amtrak 221 leading the westbound Desert Wind. The Amtrak train will cross over from the north to... (more)
Santa Fe "Kodachrome" merger unit 5966 east leads two GP30 merger units and 3 other SF blue units on a heavy manifest train near Blue Cut in Cajon Pass on a beautiful November afternoon.
An Santa Fe eastbound mixed manifest works up hill around Sullivan's Curve on a clear Fall morning.
Union Pacific 3449 leads an intermodal train up the eastbound main towards the summit on Cajon Pass.
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, is nearing the summit on Cajon Pass. The train made many stops on its way up the pass in order to allow the S... (more)
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, heads east up Cajon Pass. This was the first revenue run for the 5394, which has the white letters. The let... (more)
The helper engineer on Santa Fe 2943 is in full dynamics brakes as the westbound Harbor Train slowly goes down the 2.2% north track with one big car on the end.
A pair of Union Pacific DD40s lead a intermodal hotshot train down the 3% south track at Cajon siding. The track coming towards me is the north track heading to Sullivan's Curve.
BNSF 3960 leads a westbound through Cajon in the early morning.
BNSF 8423 west passes through Cajon leading a San Bernardino bound Q train.
BNSF 9649 is a surprise in Southern California leading a westbound QAUGLAC as it eases down Cajon Pass.