Empty containers from Phoenix glide down the 3% grade while an Eastbound stack train schleps its way East.
Stacks for Fort Madison, IA are very close to cresting the summit of Cajon Pass on a breezy Winter morning.
A hot pig easily makes track speed up Cajon Pass with the snow capped San Gabriel Mountains behind...
A Z for Kansas City battles up Cajon Pass on a stunning Winter morning.
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.
Two GEVO's bring up the rear of a 83 car loaded ethanol train.. Lotsa air set and dynamics howling, gotta love Cajon Pass.
After getting my Trailblazer stuck in the sandy wash at Mormon Rocks, I decided the train had priority over using floormats and a shovel to get myself out.. BNSF 5051 leads a heavy Westbound Kaise... (more)
Four GE's struggle up Cajon Pass in the eighth notch with Summit only around the corner...
The Eastbound Daygo grinds up the North track of Cajon Pass at signal 582.
I'm standing in snow as I photograph two trains meeting in the Cajon Pass. It's hard to believe that in a few months, it will be over 100 degrees daily.
Ethanol - "We Can Handle That" - A Union Pacific Ethanol train heads down the Cajon Pass near the Mormon Rocks as it crosses Cajon Creek on its way to the Los Angeles Basin.
Heading to Mojave on the Cutoff - An Eastbound Union Pacific manifest passes through the cut and approaches the grade crossing at U.S. Forest Service Road 3N45 while climbing the grade... (more)
An Un-Patched Bloody Nose on a White Background! - An Eastbound Union Pacific manifest with SP 343 in the second spot makes the turn at the top of the grade in the Cajon Pass on a wa... (more)
Cajon Summit in Winter - An Eastbound stack train crests the summit of the Cajon Pass the day after a cold Winter snow storm left 3-4 inches of snow on the ground. It is unusual to hav... (more)
Snow Comes to Cajon - A BNSF pig train climbs the Cajon Pass and rounds the bend at Summit on it's way to Barstow California from the Los Angeles Basin. While we have had numerous storm ... (more)