A Union Pacific manifest train passes through the Mormon Rocks in Cajon Pass.
ES44DC locomotives lead a manifest train through the curves in the mountains with highway I-15 in the background.
One of my favorite SP diesel locomotives leads a manifest through the Mormon Rocks area of Cajon Pass. Started once again to scan some of my older slides.
A southbound manifest passes milepost 488.0 as it closes in on its destination at West Colton.
UP SD60M 6097 and SD40-2 3660.
Santa Fe FP45 5990, ex-100, ex-5990, ex-5940, originally 100, repainted in pre-merger colors at Santa Fe, San Bernardino Shops in July of 1986.
A large GE U36C is leading three EMD units as a westbound TOFC and container train nears San Bernardino.
A shiny, red EMD SD-45 leads a westbound TOFC train into San Bernardino. This SD45 is now classified as an SD45-2u and leads one other red and two blue units as they near San Bernardino.
A GE U36C and C30-7 are both in the "Kodachrome" color scheme developed for an ill-fated merger with Southern Pacific. An EMD SD45 in blue completes the lashup.
A westbound Santa Fe freight has descended Cajon Pass and is just north of San Bernardino. The lead unit has been rebuilt into an SD45u and is teamed with a cowl unit in the "Kodachrome"... (more)
A solid consist of 5 UP SD40-2 locos, called "Fast Forties". Nos. 8007 and 8026 are SD40-2H rebuilt to 80 mph speed limit. Nos. 8040, 8043 and 8049 are SD40-2M and built in 1976 with the... (more)
Former Norfolk & Western 2964 sits outside the Santa Fe San Bernardino diesel shops. Note the far side of the cab is missing. This diesel locomotive was purchased by the Santa Fe for conversion.
UP DDa40X 6905 is stopped briefly at the SF San Bernardino yard with the Supervan train. The 6905 was just pulled out of long time storage and put back into service. The year 1984 was a great time... (more)