UP 844 makes its run up Cajon Pass. We got lucky as the light just popped out before the train arrived at our location above Summit.
The sun breaks free of the dark clouds hanging over Cajon pass and shines on the UP 844 as she leads her special into Cajon Summit. After a brief service stop she will be on her way down the hill.
Two trains make their way through the Old Keenbrook section of Cajon Pass. A westbound BNSF on lower track and a northbound UP on the upper track.
UP 844 climbs above the clouds and breaks into the sun going up the Cajon Pass.
Just west of the Lugo crossovers on BNSF's Cajon Sub, the UP 844 steam special finds sunlight in the high desert approaching the Hesperia area.
The UP 844 steam special passes through the Keenbrook area in Cajon Pass as it prepares to crossover from the UP Mojave Sub to the BNSF Cajon Sub for the trip east to Yermo where the train will ov... (more)
UP 844 nears the summit of Cajon Pass just after passing through Silverwood.
UP 844 and train round the big curve west of Summit just as the clouds cleared to the delight of the many railfans on hand.
Union Pacific 4-8-4 844 leads a short train around Sullivan's Curve in southern California's Cajon Pass under skies that were threatening rain. The cold temperatures, though, provided more steam ... (more)
Union Pacific train SWCYR 19, with 4-8-4 844 on the point, rounds Cajon Pass' famed Sullivan's Curve on November 19, 2011. The train is running from West Colton Yard, in Bloomington, to Yermo, ju... (more)
A BNSF train heads down the steep grade of the garden track passing by Hill 582 in the early evening of this August day.
One of the old Superfleet Dash-9s 632 decends the Cajon pass and heels to the large curve that swings trains out of Swarthout Canyon and into the Blue Cut area on Cajon. Today the old 600's (and m... (more)
eastbound Santa Fe pig train exiting the Alray tunnels on a beautiful clear November day about to pass what would become popular Hill 582 located between Alray and Summit in Cajon Pass
Santa Fe 654 is one month old, Eastbound on Summit.
A loaded ethanol tank train in full dynamics easing westbound through the Alray Cut, formerly one of the two tunnels that so many Santa Fe freights ran through over the years.