BNSF 4701 in warbonnet paint is on the rear of a westbound ballast train at Ono, north of San Bernardino.
Brand new UP SD70ACeT4 3059 leads an eastbound through Ono on the Cajon Sub.
CSXT 7860 east leads this empty ballast train on the Cajon Sub.
Climbing the grade out of San Bernardino on BNSF's Cajon Subdivision, a matched three unit set of BNSF SD70ACes power the Watson to Barstow "harbor train" through Ono and toward Cajon Pa... (more)
BNSF ET44C4 #3880.
2 brand new 3800's hold at Ono on the point of train QALTSBD.
2 brand new ET44C4's lead a Long Beach to Houston stack train slowly along Cajon Blvd at Ono.
BNSF 3919 west holds in the siding at Ono along the Cajon Sub. This was a historic day to be trackside as this is the first set of new Tier 4 emissions standard units to lead a train into Californ... (more)
BNSF 3919 ET44C4, Ono, Ca.
With an SD40-2 / DDA40X / DDA40X / DDA40X / DDA40X / SD40-2 lash-up on the headend, and a cupola caboose on the rear, this piggyback train epitomizes the short, fast, high-priority trains for whic... (more)
An impressive display of power (an SD40-2, four DDA40Xs and another SD40-2) leads an eastbound Union Pacific train upgrade toward Cajon Pass on December 27th, 1978. This intermodal train has just... (more)
Power-starved UP had to pull everything off the shelves in the spring of 1984 and for a few months Centennials were back in service. Those few months were good ones for Kodak.
2 of BNSF's newest ES44C4's lead the QCHILAC into San Bernardino near Ono on the Cajon Sub.
BNSF 6525 brings up the rear DPU on the QCHILAC. The 2 lead units, as well as the 2 rear DPU are on there first trip west.
eastbound Santa Fe freight starting to dig into the "hard climb" up Cajon Pass approaching Ono, CA