Running about 7 hours late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief appears on the west side of Cajon Pass.
BNSF ES44DC 7752 begins the climb over Cajon Pass with an eastbound local for Barstow.
A nice matched quartet of UP SD70Ms climb over Cajon Pass with a West Colton-Mojave local.
One of BNSF's Tier 3 credit units, BNSF ES44C4 4264, leads a hot San Bernardino-Chicago Z train up Cajon Pass.
Observing trackage rights over BNSF from just east of Barstow, CA (Daggett) to West Colton, CA, UP's ISCLB-15 has just about completed the trip over Cajon Pass.
With a whack of power up front, BNSF's California division 121 local heads over Cajon Pass.
A quintet of BNSF GEs in various stages of faded paint climb over a crispy Cajon Pass with an eastbound Z9.
BNSF ES44C4 6995 leads a stack train over the Summit of Cajon Pass as the appropriately named control point, "Summit".
BNSF's Los Angeles Harbor-Clovis stack train climbs up Cajon Pass, passing "Hill 582" which surprisingly suffered no fire damage while much of the immediate surrounding area did!
BNSF ES44C4 6538 has just about reached the summit of Cajon Pass with an eastbound Alliance, TX bound Z train. UP's MWCRV-15 (West Colton-Roseville) can be seen climbing eastward on their Mojave S... (more)
Trifecta....if you look hard enough...BNSF's Z WSPSBD is rolling down into Blue Cut with UP's M SCWC also southbound ahead. The region is still scarred with evidence of the wildfires that burned ... (more)
An SP manifest grinds up hill in run 8 past the Santa Fe Tunnel 1 on Cajon Pass. The SP and tunnel are now distant memories.
UP 3549 blasts out of Tunnel 1 on Cajon Pass. The tunnel is now gone, and the UP SD40-2s are becoming harder to find.
SF train #881 has three brand new GP50 units 3849, 3852, and 3843 along with an F45 at the Blue cut in 1984.