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)
A BNSF train making its way down the hill with a ES44C4 leading.
A BNSF train heading down the hill on this sunny, but cold day.
A mid-morning BNSF train heading up the pass.
A BNSF train heading down the "garden track."
A BNSF train heading down the pass.
A Union Pacific train coming up the hill with a patched SP unit, while a BNSF train heads downhill.
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.
With a Rumble and a Squeal - A Westbound stack train with mid-train DPUs slowly makes its way down the Cajon Pass on Main #3, here crossing U.S. Forest Service Road 3N46 at MP 58 near Hill 582.
A Cold Cajon Afternoon - A Westbound pig train (TOFC) slowly makes its way past the small bridge at MP 57.25 in the Cajon Pass.
Crossing Cajon Boulevard - I followed this stacker down the pass from Summit and caught some good angles on it at Stein's Hill. ( Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: EBCS Cajon - San Bernardino County, California, USALocomotive #: BNSF 7913Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: November 27, 2010