Nearing the Summit of Cajon Pass, a eastbound manifest is aproaching CP Silverwood.
Ex CNW AC4400CW 8844, now UP 6726, patched on 5/28/04 is the lone DPU on a Eastbound manifest near the Hesperia Airport on a cool November morning.
Westbound manifest with auto parts passing through Hesperia
Flyover at Frost
A westbound manifest is seen approaching the summit of Cajon Pass with a solid set of B36-7's
A single GE unit guards the rear end of a westbound BNSF manifest as it creeps down Cajon pass's steepest gradient.
The gradient eases for the four leading GE's on a long double-stack train approaching Cajon's Summit, although the pair of rear-end helpers can't rest just yet.
The Western Pacific heritage unit leads the Southern Pacific heritage unit and one of the Salt Lake City Olympic units with a 12,000 foot long intermodal train at Cajon Summit. Was at home 65 mile... (more)
The KG1LA pulls into Cajon Pass being led by UP 1983, 1996 & 2002. Here it comes down Summit Valey just before Cajon Summit. If you look at the top of the photo you can see the mid-train DPU's com... (more)
K G1LA-30 With UP 1983, UP 1996, & UP 2002 as the head end power. UP 8314 & UP 5166 are the mid-train DPU’s with 162 Loads, 10145 Tons, 11766 Feet. This “Monster” was photographed at 16:00.
Z LACKCK1-05 With BNSF 9956, BNSF 9371, SOO 6032, NS 9413, & KCS 4008 with 53 Loads, 4182 Tons 5206 Feet. Photographed at 08:03.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's Circus Train. S LVPX-22 With UP 3788, UP 4098, & UP 6478 with 59 Loads, 3779 Tons, 5479 Feet. Photographed at 16:08.
GE and EMD units combine their efforts to bring westbound tonnage over Cajon pass.
UP westbound train with a couple of DD40X's leading working upgrade full throttle through Hesperia CA