Wind powered? BNSF Railway 5641 (AC44CW) rolls by Tehachapi Pass near Cameron, California on the golden evening of Wednesday, July 23, 2020. The wind turbines of the Mojave Desert are prominent in... (more)
UP 6664 heads south as it nears the Cameron Road crossing.
Framed between the rising mountains of Tehachapi, dotted with windmills eager to catch the passing gusts of wind at this location, a westbound BNSF manifest slugs upgrade into Cameron on a warm af... (more)
As snow across Tehachapi continues to slowly melt away at the base of the iconic windmills scattered across the hillsides, UP 8803 leads its southbound manifest downgrade into Cameron.
A pair of BNSF units, along with pool power from CP and CSX lead this ZSTOWSP just east of Cameron on the UP Mojave Sub.
A clean UP ES44AH leads a fast moving MWCRV at Cameron Road in the early afternoon.
As the sun begins to dip behind the mountains of Tehachapi, Union Pacific's West Colton to Roseville manifest train slowly grinds up the southern slope of the pass through Cameron. From here, the ... (more)
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
Actually, it’s helicopters, trains, and RV’s,….and windmills. The World’s Fair Daylight makes a planned stop during its descent into Mojave a... (more)
BNSF's O BELRIC2-30, a stainless steel train of 18 business cars bound for Super Bowl 50, works upgrade through Cameron as it passes an abandoned Southern Pacific gondola in the midst of a light s... (more)
4 units lead a Barstow to Pasco manifest through Cameron on the Mojave Sub.
The World’s Fair Daylight pauses at Cameron, California, between Tehachapi and Mojave. I believe that this was where the helpers were uncoupled, and the 4449 proceeded unescorted into Los A... (more)
After conquering the Tehachapi Mountains the World’s Fair Daylight rolls into Cameron, California on a crystal clear southern California day.
Amtrak's Phase I heritage unit leads the PRS passenger special back to Los Angeles after concurring Tehachapi Pass.
A westbound Santa Fe manifest tops the steep grade between Cameron and Eric. Note the vertical wind turbines on the ridge in the distance.
At Cameron, Santa Fe 5211 West grinds its way up the defile that leads from the Mojave Desert into the Tehachapi Valley.