BN 3100 is close to the Continental Divide as it brings a piggyback train thru Glacier National Park in May of 1990.
UP SD70M 5020, SD70M 4048 and SD70ACe 8388 with westbound stack train, just east of Cajon Pass Summit.
A BNSF Z, with No. 7503 leading, starts the decent from Summit down Cajon Pass on Main 3, as a Union Pacific Stack holds Main 2 and the BNSF Holiday train holds Main 1.
SF 5376 west at Cajon Summit after a snow storm the night before leaves some fresh powder on the ground.
Pool is cool! With recently delivered C45AH 8152 on the point an eastbound Z train hustles up main track #3 and into Cajon Summit, trailing the lead motor are a pair of CSX GEs, lending their hors... (more)
Santa Fe 5252 an ex-Amtrak unit is on it's maiden run up Cajon Pass to Barstow from San Bernardino. The 5252 east breaks through the storm clouds into morning light with just a hint of a rainbow o... (more)
UP 3596 and train round the corner at the summit of Cajon Pass during an early morning winter storm in 1984.
"The World's Longest Passenger Train" Head's south to Sanford, FL
Amtrak train 6 approaches the crest of Summit with the last ACS-64 and Amtrak Executives in train.
Little Train at SummitSouthern California's Cajon Pass sees about 100 trains per day, from both BNSF Railway and Union Pacific (plus two Amtrak trains per day as well), and they ten... (more)