BNSF 7125 (ES44C4) leads a stack train through the Cajon Pass area in California
UP 7395 AC45CCTE leads a stack train through the rock formations at Cajon Pass, California
UP 7447 (AC45CCTE) leads a freight through the signal on track 2 at Cajon Pass in California.
BNSF 7783 (ES44DC) leads one of the many container trains that run daily through the Cajon Pass in California.
BNSF 5017 (Dash9) leads a train down the grade at Cajon Pass in California.
UP 8190 (ES44ACH) gets a wave from a rail fan watching trains run through Cajon Pass.
UP 7447 (AC45CCTE) leads a container train through the signal tower on track 1.
BNSF 5017 (Dash9) leads a container train through the S curve at Cajon Pass.
BNSF 6931 (ES44C4) leads a container train on track 1 as it runs up hill at Cajon Pass.
BNSF 3686 (ET44C4) leads a train under the signals at Cajon Pass at sunrise.
An SD45, DD35B, DD35A combination lift a train through Cajon Pass. No photographer name listed on slide.
The Rio Grande heritage engine at Cajon Pass with a fellow Rail-fan in the foreground. We work hard to get out shots!
BNSF 5515, 822 & 4846 w/b stack, with UP 2445, 3764 & 2449 on ballast on UP's Palmdale cut off, Swarthout Canyon, Cajon, 15/2/07. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - John Chalcraft
Shortly after sunset this 4-car LRV set is seen slowly traversing the streets of El Cajon. The lead unit is inoperable due to severe damage incurred when it struck a GMC Sierra at roughly 45 MPH ... (more)