A BNSF Barstow-San Diego manifest is just about at the bottom of Cajon Pass.
Running about 7 hours late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief appears on the west side of Cajon Pass.
BNSF ES44DC 7752 begins the climb over Cajon Pass with an eastbound local for Barstow.
A nice matched quartet of UP SD70Ms climb over Cajon Pass with a West Colton-Mojave local.
BNSF 4238, 5098, 705, 1117, and 8187 have a short 94 car zipper well in hand on the climb out of Needles
With 106 platforms behind the power, a hotshot zipper eases its way down the hill towards Needles.
Chicago Willow Springs, IL - San Bernardino, CA stacks and trailers climb the hill out of Ibis on track two
BNSF 747 South (or East) is slugging it out coming through Tehachapi loop on an April morning and the roar of power as this train passes is incredible. We'll miss those searchlight signals and cod... (more)
One of BNSF's Tier 3 credit units, BNSF ES44C4 4264, leads a hot San Bernardino-Chicago Z train up Cajon Pass.
Both ends of the intermodal are seen here as they head northward....(altho' I still find myself thinking "west")
Rear end of this intermodal exits the tunnel, with wildfire burns in the foreground.
BNSF 8125, 8505, 8275 lift a 106 platform "Q" stacker alongside the distributed power of a stopped "S" stacker LBPCLO1 17.
A heavy 68 car military move from Fort Wood, TX heads up the grade behind four motors.
A clean pair of GEVO's shove hard pushing a Maersk/MSC stacker up the hill.
The ACe's keep on rolling! The last month as been a blessing as SD70ACe's have been replacing the horrible looking 7700's that dominate these type trains in Southern California.