"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)
U-Boat at SummitAn eastbound Santa Fe freight, led by U33C 8767 and a quartet of GP35s, crests the summit of southern California's Cajon Pass in March 1979.
Coal for KaiserIt takes eight SD40-2s to bring Union Pacific's coal train over Cajon Pass as it heads for the Kaiser Steel mill in Fontana, California. Cresting the Summit in April... (more)
Santa Fe ... And Amtrak?Cresting Cajon Pass’ summit is a Santa Fe eastbound, powered by GP35 2850, GP35 2822, a GP30, another GP35 and GP30 2702. Just behind the power is Amtrak F4... (more)
The remains of winter storm Jonas have Ridgecrest under a blanket of fresh powder as 135 completes its climb up the Blue Ridge on a beautiful winter afternoon.
Northbound stack on approach meets southbound stack at Tehachapi Summit.
A set of SD24’s led by 949 makes its way past one of the most famous locations in railroading, the 3829-foot Summit of Cajon Pass, before dropping down the 3 percent grade to the LA Basin on Septe... (more)
An eastbound Z has plenty of power to lift the double stacks and TOFC around the curve into Summit.