A westbound Santa Fe GE "Super Fleet" B40-8W is panned as it rolls through Cajon Station. These sharp looking units were nearly new at the time.
A Santa Fe eastbound train, with caboose 999573, proceeds slowly on the north track past the derailment site located just north of Highway 138 in Cajon Pass. Heavy rain storms caused track damage... (more)
A "westbound" (headed for San Francisco, no matter what the compass direction on the SP) works up Cajon behind a quartet of big EMD units. Today, this is Union Pacific trackage, of course, and one... (more)
How I Spent my Last Day on Earth The sound of dynamic breaks off three EMDs, and I-15 truck traffic, echos off the mountain side as UP 1989, Denver & Rio Grande Heritage Unit, leads a North... (more)
They're only about a 100 miles into their journey, but already this team of head end power and DPUs are working as hard as they're going to on the entire trip east.
A true fallen flag lashup on a UP train running on trackage rights on BNSF. The SP tunnel motors were sorted by color decay, the freshest unit running first.
The last snow of the year has fallen over Cajon Pass. Snow fell from the early morning till about noon. It didn't stick to the ground near the track but it sure did on the peaks around the pass. N... (more)
BNSF 4737 leads an eastbound at Cajon as work on the 3rd main was still underway.
Union Pacific 3985 leaving Southern Califfornia through Cajon Pass.
ATSF SD45-2 5850 leads a train upgrade at the summit of Cajon Pass in 1993.
A Z piggy descends Cajon Pass on #2 with a wall of brand new UPS 53' containers up front... if you look to the right of the locomotive you can see the trailers on the rear.
A westbound BNSF Z train rounds the curve on Track 3 on Cajon Pass.
BNSF 7894 westbound meets BNSF 7536 eastbound at Swarthout Canyon Road.
A westbound BNSF intermodal train is passing Mormon Rocks as it decends Cajon Pass.
A westbound UP freight winds down hill paast the Mormon Rocks on the Palmdale Cutoff