An eastbound Union Pacific stack-train begins to stretch it's legs as it rounds the curve to Summit, while a similar BNSF train behind it is still labouring up the 3% south track.
There still seems to be plenty of traffic running but the economic climate does seem to be having an effect on the length of some trains, as evidenced by this lightly loaded stack train descending... (more)
A Westbound stack train works up the East slope of Cajon Pass a bit West of Lugo.
Westbound trailers work through Lugo as they climb to the Summit of Cajon Pass.
A pair of GE's make light work of bringing an empty container train up through Silverwood and around the curve towards Summit.
An eleven unit BNSF 'light' power move makes it's way eastwards from Summit down the south track.
Three relatively clean GEVO's head west through Summit with a lengthy stack train.
A lightly loaded manifest crosses onto UP metals for the remainder of it's descent of Cajon pass.
Foreign power lends a hand in bringing a BNSF stack train west over Cajon pass.
UP 7911 getting ready to leave the desert and descend the Cajon Pass at sunset. UP 5289 and UP 8471 assist up front, and on the rear are UP 8541 and UP 7854
Santa Fe GP30 #3217 leads an eastbound work train over the Mojave River trestle on the Lucern Valley Sub
A Westbound UP intermodal works through Martinez along side Summit Valley Road.
The Amtrak "Super Chief" is seen westbound in the early morning sunlight at east summit switch. Soon to be renamed the "Southwest Limited", it is still using the Santa Fe equipment that was the "S... (more)
Westbound stacks climb the back side of Cajon Pass at Lugo.
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