Four classics chugging uphill in the early Cajon morning ...
Mopac heritage unit 1982 leads a Westbound through old Cajon station.
Two heavy stackers meet along the triple tracking of Cajon. Sadly, a FedEx truck has evaded the steel rails to waste fuel and space on the congested Interstate 15.
Not much life in the late summer months along the Cajon. What normally would be flowers in the Pacific Northwest are simply dead and dry shafts dotting the desert. With a fire a couple miles west ... (more)
A "Kodachrome" caboose brings up the end of a westbound under what appears to be the baleful gaze of a giant tan blob monster, in reality a sandstone rock weathered by countless generations of win... (more)
Coming down the north track, "the short way" this westbound train is approaching Sullivan's Curve.
I lived in the area for four years and never, ever found a GE 4-axle on the front of a train. I come back on short business trip and guess what!
Four on the front, two on the rear, easing a stacker down the slopes of Cajon.
Wide Open. Late at night on the Cajon, two lonely UP SD70ACe's roar up the hill as fast as track speed allows. In the background, the traffic of I-15 continues downgrade uninterrupted by ra... (more)
A little variety in the GP60M, another BNSF freighter rolls down Cajon Pass.
Look to the left and you'll see the train they're pushing heading up to Sullivan's Curve taking the long way eastbound.
A westbound stack train goes down Cajon Pass as it rolls by Hill 582.
A warbonnet Dash 8 leads stacks east for the Summit and beyond as it passes Swartout Canyon Rd.
A warbonnet Dash 9 along with FP45 90 and SD45-2U 5814 lead westbound autoracks pass Cajon.