An eastbound AT&SF piggyback train crawls up Cajon Pass behind four clean Warbonnets.
On a beautiful but chilly morning on the western slope of Cajon Pass, big EMD power helps the lead U30C lift an eastbound up the pass's stiff grade.
Gone Daddy GoneOn October 10, 1980, Santa Fe waycar 999009, the tenth caboose rebuilt into the railroad's 283 Ce-1 class cabooses in 1966, is about to duck into the first tunnel at ... (more)
Eastbound Santa Fe freight train climbing Cajon Pass east of Alray.
3 brand new 3800 series ET44C4's lead a long Los Angeles to Atlanta stack train up Cajon Pass at Alray. Shoving hard on the rear are the manned San Bernardino Helpers (K-SBDSBD1-07)
Santa Fe LA Harbor to Barstow train 828 climbing Cajon Pass near Alray station
Fortunately for UP 705 East climbing Cajon summit, many of its cars were empty such as these livestock cars on Aug. 31, 1974.
Four GP30s and a GP35 yank Union Pacific tonnage up Cajon Pass near Alray, Calif. late in the day Aug. 31, 1974 on AT&SF-owned tracks.
Another eastbound, this one merchandise, assaults the grade to overcome Cajon Pass.
Santa Fe eastbound LA to KC 893 train exiting west tunnel near Alray on Cajon Pass
A North Platte-bound manifest tackles the grade of Cajon Pass at Alray. The Ferromex ES44 second out surely is a foreigner to this type of winter weather.
BNSF 5072 heads up the S LHGLPC1-30 as it heads east through Alray in a light dusting of snow.
A pair of C40's lead a hotshot east up Cajon Pass at the Alray tunnels.
Eastbound Santa Fe "Harbor" train climbing Cajon Pass near Alray. This curve became known as the "Cookie Ranch" because a nearby ranch lady used to hand bags of cookies up to crews on the parallel... (more)
With a great mixed consist this eastbound has just exited the tunnel on what was probably my last time there.