UP ES44AC 7838 departs the main at Canyon with a West Colton-North Platte manifest in tow.
With 5 units holding it back, UP's ISCLB-15 heads down Cajon Pass.
BNSF ES44DC 7654 passes through Summit on the Cajon Sub with a UPS re-position train from North Bay-San Bernardino.
UP's West Colton, CA - North Platte, NE manifest claws up the main at Canyon, tackling the stiff grade over Cajon Pass.
A quartet of various GE products wearing BNSF's H3 livery leads a Willow Springs-San Bernardino Z train westward, towards the bottom of Cajon Pass.
Clean UP ES44AC 7952 shoves hard on the tailend of a UP Los Angeles, CA-Brooklyn, OR Z train, having just left the north siding switch at Canyon on the Mojave Sub.
A trio of matching UP units lug an 116 car Z train over Cajon Pass, heading down the main track at Canyon.
A clean BNSF ES44C4 4282 brings a Willow Springs-Los Angeles Z train over the summit of Cajon Pass while eastbound Z LACNYC9 16 heads the other way.
BNSF ES44DC 7225 leads a Z train up track 1 while another Z train skips down the steep track 3.
A pair of BNSF C44-9Ws (one still wearing its original ATSF dress) assist on the rear end of a LA bound stack train downhill on Cajon Pass.
A clean BNSF GEVO leads a long stack train downhill through Cajon Pass.
BNSF C44-9W 5077 brings the Z MEMLAC down Cajon Pass while a Z LACNYC heads up.
With dynamics brakes howling, BNSF ES44DCs bring up the rear of a Barstow-San Diego manifest at Cajon Pass' summit.
A pair of newer Tier-3 credit units lead a San Bernardin-Willow Springs Z train over the Summit of Cajon Pass. It's amazing to think how many trailers this train is keeping off of the interstate a... (more)
A BNSF Barstow-San Diego manifest is just about at the bottom of Cajon Pass.