UP 6706 still in it's original CNW operation lifesaver paint, leads a Pocatello, ID bound grain empty up Cajon Pass near Silverwood.
Amazing and classic scene in Cajon Pass, it is impressive to hear the roar and effort of those engines as they face the last curve before reaching the Summit. A eastbound BNSF Z train negotiate th... (more)
The day ends in Cajon Pass, and Union Pacific coal train advance through the BNSF Cajon Subdivision towards San Bernardino - Los Angeles. Lead train original GE ES44AC locomotive reclassified by U... (more)
With the San Gabriel Mountains looming large in the background eastbound Union Pacific tonnage eases down the Cajon grade at Lugo behind a solid consist of EMDs.
A recent repaint brings up the rear of a westbound UP stack train as it exits Sullivan's Curve in Cajon Pass.
On a fine spring day, a few months before the Blue Cut fire, BNSF No. 3858 with an eastbound Z in tow chases down and passes a Union Pacific Manifest struggling uphill. Hwy 138 realignment at Sum... (more)
Eastbound BNSF No. 7475 lifts a double stack intermodel through Alray up to Summit on Cajon Pass. Stacks are still crossing under Interstate 215 while in the distance smoke haze from the Californi... (more)
ATSF (Santa Fe) SD45 5300, SD40-2 5135, SD45 5367, GP50 3833 and B23-7 6408.
Rail Faning Sullivan's - A westbound stack train headed to the Port of Los Angeles rolls down the Cajon Pass through Sullivan's Curve at Cajon Siding.
The BNSF Holiday Train for disadvantaged children, slides downhill from its turn around point at Summit and back to San Bernardino.
A Unit Train of Empty Gons - A unit train of empty gondola cars threads through the Pass near Pilgrim Hill on its way to Sacramento California to pick up a load of BS from the State Capital... (more)
Seven Pumpkins at Pilgrim Hill - A power move on the head end of a westbound Atlanta/LA train JB Hunt train as seen from Pilgrim Hill during the 2017 Pilgrimage Roam and Foam Extravaganza.
Early morning in Cajon Pass, finds EMD power leading the hot eastbound ZSBDALT.
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.