Seven Santa Fe units of assorted varieties power there train over Cajon Pass.
A trio of Union Pacific 'ACes' emerge from Cajon's Mormon Rock formations with the eastbound Mojave Flyer. Up front is UP 1989, dressed in Rio Grande heritage colors.
Union Pacific GE C40-8W No.9405, C40-8 No.9139, SD40-2 No.3676 and C40-8 No.9264 at Cajon Pass.
Through the burn zone! A few months after the Blue Cut wildfire devastated nearly 58 square miles of landscape in Southern California's Cajon Pass a westbound BNSF double stack carefully drops dow... (more)
Lots of BNSF AC coal power are now found on the Southern Transcon, seen here as BNSF 6148 leads an eastbound into Sullivan's Curve.
Between Sullivan's Curve and Pine Lodge finds an eastbound BNSF stack train working up main 1 with 3859 leading.
BNSF AC power leads a westbound manifest through Sullivan's curve in the late morning.
NS power leads a westbound QAUGLAC through Cajon in the early morning.
A nice eastbound lead by BNSF 6978, CP 8876 and BNSF 708 still in warbonnet paint work up Cajon Pass in the late afternoon near Pine Lodge.
A long Roseville to West Colton manifest enters Sullivan's Curve as it approaches south Canyon.
BNSF 3809 west with the QAUGLAC in tow enters Sullivan's Curve in the late afternoon as it heads down Cajon Pass.
BNSF 6978 along with CP 8876 leads a westbound Needles to Los Angeles baretable down Cajon Pass on main 3.
UP 8896 at Pine Lodge - An eastbound stack train rolls up the Cajon Pass on Main #1 at Pine Lodge near the crossing of Highway 138.
A Wave at Pine Lodge - A Los Angeles bound stack train rolls down the Cajon Pass on Main #2 at Pine Lodge near the crossing of Highway 138.
On Point at Sullivan's -A Los Angeles bound stack train rolls down the Cajon Pass on Main #2 at Sullivan's Curve.