A pair of BNSF engines lead this Westbound Doublestack train as it descends from Sullivan's Curve down into Cajon.
BNSF #6972 heads Westbound down Cajon Pass on Main #2 at Sullivan's Curve.
Approaching Sullivan’s Curve, a 123-car westbound Southern Pacific manifest climbs Cajon Pass on the Palmdale Cutoff.
Eastbound Union Pacific tonnage rolls around Sullivan’s Curve on a clear May, 1984 day.
UP's eastbound MWCNP with a fresh NLR repaint works up Cajon in the late morning.
4 units lead this eastbound Q train into Sullivan's Curve in the late afternoon.
BNSF 3898 leads an eastbound stack train into Sullivan's with a CN unit 3rd back.
A westbound manifest with BNSF 3751 leading the way, works it's way down Cajon Pass in the late morning.
An eastbound UP stack train works through Sullivan's with the 5,000 GE leading, however no longer sporting the stickers from GE.
BNSF 7924 along with an NS unit shove on the rear of this eastbound as it works up Cajon Pass.
BNSF 3884 leads the QSBDCHI through Sullivan's Curve as it climbs Cajon Pass.
BNSF 8519 leads eastbound stacks through Sullivan's Curve in the early morning as it climbs Cajon Pass.
In an everyday scene that now seems so alien, a Santa Fe caboose punctuates an eastbound pig train climbing Cajon Pass.
An eastbound train, with 49 TOFC flats, makes the ascent of Cajon Pass. The train is seen here rounding Sullivan’s curve at 2:20 pm on May 5, 1984.
A pair of Santa Fe GP30’s enters Sullivan’s Curve as it drifts down the Cajon Pass Grade. They have just helped an intermodal train up to Cajon Summit, and are headed for their next push.