A trackage rights K train battles the steep grade of Cajon Pass in the soft early morning light.
A hotshot Z9 for Alliance, TX easily makes track speed up the 2.2% grade of the North track on Cajon Pass.
GE's bark up the 2 plus percent grade towards the top of Cajon Pass leading the Los Angeles, CA to Fort Madison, IA Quality Intermodal.
The Eastbound Daygo grinds up the North track of Cajon Pass at signal 582 with the snow covered San Gabriel mountains as a sweet backdrop.
DPU's on a Pittsburg to Kaiser steel train are in the eighth notch of dynamics holding back 7200 tons on the 2.2% grade of Cajon Pass.
The bright colours of the leading units on a westbound BNSF intermodal complement the vibrant spring blooms of the desert vegetation on each side of the track in the upper reaches of Cajon Pass.
The snowcapped San Gabriel Mountains soar high above an Eastbound Z train which is struggling up Cajon Pass.
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...