BNSF 4103 East (Q-LHACLO1-05) one of many 10,000+ foot double stacks, running on Cajon Sub's Main 1, passing through the Alray Cut (formerly Tunnel 1).
UP 8128 West (MNPWC1-03) with 133 cars and a whopping 15,749 tons creeps down Main 2 on BNSF's Cajon Sub between CP Walker and Cajon.
SP GP60 leads a West Colton bound manifest.
This is just the second train on the Santa Fe to feature an all-Superfleet consist that included engines other than FP45s. GP60Ms 100 and 101 (spliced with FP45s 96 and 92) lead train 2-891-23 ou... (more)
eastbound LA to Kansas City train 893 led by Warbonnet #90 climbing Cajon Pass just east of the Alray tunnels between Alray and Summit
A light engine movement heads east over a snowy Cajon Pass on December 30, 1974.
BNSF 4183 leads a westbound train down track 2 in Cajon Pass.
Railfans turn out to document Union Pacific train KG3LB-13 (a double-stack train heading from Global Three, IL to Long Beach, CA) as it rounds the curve at Cajon in southern California's famed Caj... (more)
As the MWCNP 15 struggles up the 2.2% grade of main 1, UP 5168 glides down main 2 with a westbound Z train.
As an eastbound BNSF stack train battles up main 1, UP 1982, the "screaming eagle", drifts down main 2 with the KG3LB 13. As seen from along Swarthout canyon road, just shy of the crossing.
MKM MK5000C 5002 leads an eastbound UP empty coal train up Cajon Pass below Sullivans Curve
BNSF 4177 drops down the pass with a westbound unit ethanol train.
BNSF 7612 rounds the curve below Summit as it makes its way up Cajon Pass. The snow that was present throughout the pass earlier is quickly disappearing.
BNSF 7782 leads a manifest freight up Cajon Pass as it approaches Silverwood.