Running hot on the blocks of 3 other eastbounds, BNSF 7600 eases down towards the flyover at Frost as it continues its journey across the high desert.
Another westbound stack train tackles the east side of Cajon Pass as it returns to left hand running at Frost.
East and westbound trains meet at the natural crossover at Frost on a very busy morning along the Cajon Sub.
Early morning east of Cajon Summit finds this eastbound hot shot passing through the crossovers at Lugo.
Early morning finds BNSF 6600 east leading it train up Cajon Pass near Hill 582.
4 units lead a hot eastbound near the Natural crossover at Frost.
BNSF 7000 west works up the last miles of the climb up the east slope of Cajon Pass at MP 54.
UP 7302 leads this short MOW train down Cajon Pass at Pine Lodge.
3 AC coal units lead this interesting rock/MOW train along the BNSF Cajon Sub at Frost.
UP 7847 leads a westbound baretable at the Natural crossovers at Frost, as it passes over the tail end of a BNSF eastbound manifest.
Early morning from Hill 582 finds UP 7472 leading train ZLADV.
As storm clouds darken overhead, another BNSF westbound works up the east slope of Cajon Pass at Frost.
BNSF 7558 leads a Kansas City to Los Angeles train at the Natural crossovers at Frost.
BNSF 4167 races west near Hodge on the Cajon Sub.
2 C4's bring up the rear of a long westbound general freight at Sullivans curve.