ATSF GP30 leading some more GPs in front of the the freight through Cajon summit.
in this years, GP30s or GP35s could sometimes be seen in front of heavy freight, often just
leading some much b... (more)
Rolling through Ono, at milepost 75 – 6˝ miles railroad-east of San Bernardino – after having conquered Cajon Pass. This westbound freight is powered by GP35 3398, the former ATSF 1398, teamed wi... (more)
Spotted in San Bernardino’s B Yard was waycar (what the Santa Fe called cabooses) 999630. This car was built in August 1948 (original four-digit number unknown), and rebuilt into a CE-3 class car... (more)
Santa Fe 9537, painted in the "Kodachrome" scheme for the proposed Southern Pacific Santa Fe Railway (a merger that was ultimately denied), leads an eastbound freight at May, on Santa Fe... (more)
With a light rain falling, freshly painted Santa Fe 1569 sits along with other SPSF merger paint scheme locomotives and slug units in primer paint outside of the San Bernardino engine shops.
Santa Fe 5126 leads Santa Fe 8728 and a westbound intermodal train into the yard in San Bernardino.
A westbound Santa Fe freight descends Cajon Pass as the sun is about to drop behind the San Gabriel Mountains, bringing a day of railfanning to an end. ATSF C30-7 8160 leads a five-engine consist... (more)
As Union Pacific train UP F-ILBDV01-04I, with UP ES44AC 7760 as the rear Distributed Power Unit (DPU), grinds up Cajon Pass, BNSF Railway train Q-NWHLAC6-30 pops out from behind it on another main... (more)
UP Freight climbs the 2.2% grade toward Victorville and Barstow
ATSF freight with three different 45 engines and an U boat
running down the Cajon pass on the original 3.3% grade.
ATSF Freight with three different 45ers, SD45-2, SD45, F45 (old SF paint scheme)
racing down the Cajon pass.
Eastbound train roaring up the straight track prior to the struggle up Cajon Pass. Looks like that lead unit got some of CNW Zito yellow by accident.
One of Santa Fe’s FP45 locomotives, recently painted in the attractive "Superfleet" paint scheme, is the power for a business train sitting in San Bernardino before departure as executiv... (more)
H-SDGBAR makes a switching room at San Bernardino as they pass the former Santa Fe Depot with an SD70ACe leader.
UP ZLADV heads through San Bernardino on trackage rights as they prepare to begin the climb up Cajon Pass.