BNSF locos 4738, 4508 and 4511 head into the setting sun as they descend Cajon Pass
A 2 mile monster climbs the steep grade as it approaches Cajon Summit.
Colorful containers and three H2 Dash 9's bring the desert and mountain terrain to life on Cajon Pass.
In two years, my oh my how things have changed... A Dash 9, an Oakway SD60 and a RCL SD40-2 lead an empty stack train down the 3% on Cajon Pass... The Oakways are now leased all over to shortlines... (more)
BNSF 7582 and 7 others (5 powered, 3 in tow) pull a stack/pig train near Hill 582 w/ the snow covered San Gabriel's in the background.
BNSF 7592 leads a double stack west of Silverwood down the 3% grade track #3.
The Desert Wind headed toward Los Angeles. Note: this is actually a GE P32-8BWH.
An East bound container train rounds Summit Curve near the top of the Cajon Pass.
An East bound container train approaches East Canyon Junction/WBSC Summit.
Heritage SD70ACe’s 1988 (MKT) and 1996 (SP), and SD70M 4253 lead the Global 1 (Chicago) to Los Angeles domestic stack train downhill on Main 3
Southbound train with empty carriages after the Sullivan's Curve