Union Pacific 3449 leads an intermodal train up the eastbound main towards the summit on Cajon Pass.
Santa Fe 5394, sporting the brand new SPSF "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, is nearing the summit on Cajon Pass. The train made many stops on its way up the pass in order to allow the S... (more)
The very first SF merger painted unit 5394 is on it's first run up Cajon Pass. The railman photographers are out in full force documenting this first run. Hundreds of rail fans, SF Public Relation... (more)
BNSF 5228, 7916, 5635, 4119, 7039 & 5513 in a 3X2X1 configurations descends the 3% grade on main #3 handling 130lds, 12590tns, 11837ft. Hard to imagine that a train of this stature would navigate ... (more)
Near Gish in the upper reaches of Cajon Pass, an eastbound UP mixed freight climbs the grade on the normally-westbound south track, and will reach Summit in just a few minutes.
An eastbound climbs the 3% of the original alignment between Pine Lodge and Silverwood to avoid the construction.
Westbound junk freight heads down the south track near the old station of Gish on the Cajon Sub.
Just minutes before the sun ducks behind the mountains, UP 5375 west brings a K line stack train down the south track in Cajon Pass near the old station of Gish.