BNSF 6584 west leads this westbound stack train through Oro Grande on the Cajon Sub.
A Santa Fe local is westbound at Oro Grande, California, on February 29, 1988. On the point is three EMD GP35s, led by AT&SF No. 2942 and trailing the power are F7A and F7B from the California Sta... (more)
A 7700's series GEVO leads an eastbound stack train along the Cajon Sub at Oro Grande with the sunset setting on the High Desert.
One of the plant switchers at the Riverside Cement plant in Oro Grande, California, is Webb Asset Management (WAMX) GP35 3510. Built by EMD in April 1965 as Western Pacific 3014, it was later par... (more)
After having just shot the WP heritage unit the day before near Lathrop in Northern California, here we see UP 1983 on the point of a unit rock train for the facility at Oro Grande on the Cajon Su... (more)
UP westbound train in the high desert east of Cajon Pass near East Oro Grande, CA
Never done a morning shot at Oro Grande in the morning, different perspective.
Stacks work West between Helendale and Oro Grande on the Cajon Sub.
After a long wait near Oro Grande, BNSF decided to run some trains. This Westbound lead by the 6617 was the first in a half dozen trains to be seen within the next hour.
Those are WB helpers, unusual east of Victorville and check out the three cabeese.
A westbound manifest goes by Oro Grande.
A westbound double stack starts to slow down for the speed change up ahead.
Returning from a rare mileage trip to Kelso on the Union Pacific's LA&SL route, Amtrak Dash 8 #510 has the Kelso Flyer well in hand as it sprints across the high desert near Victorville on the tri... (more)
Late afternoon finds the Kelso Flyer passing through the high desert at Oro Grande on the BNSF Cajon Sub.
A westbound enters the cut at West Oro Grande