An old looking SD-45 SP 7517 leads SP 8560, SP 7308, and SP 8338 west up Cajon Pass.
Union Pacific 3382 has exited Sullivan's Curve with an eastbound manifest as it is about to go under the Highway 138 overpass. In the distance, a westbound Southern Pacific train is just now comi... (more)
UP 3326 leads UP 2469, UP 2839 and UP 6913 westbound down Cajon Pass towards Blue Cut. This view shows just how big the DD40X was compared to other locomotives in the UP roster.
UP 3621 east leads two new Mopac units 9017 and 9009 and with UP 3679 on the climb up the north track of Cajon Pass in 1985.
"Z" trains are the highest priority freight trains on the BNSF Railway. At Cajon, California, on July 27, 2019, BNSF Z-WSPSBD9-25, a hot Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal train operating from... (more)
Heading from Alliance TX to Thenard CA, BNSF Intermodal Stacks train S-ALTSCO1-24 is about halfway down Cajon Pass, California as it passes through the Cajon station. The three General Electric d... (more)
Cajon, an old station on the Santa Fe, sits in the heart of southern California's Cajon Pass. BNSF Railway train Q-ALTSBD6-24, a Guaranteed Service Intermodal train heading from Alliance TX to Sa... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific freight passes through Cajon, in the heart of southern California's Cajon Pass. Led by UP C30-7 2462, SD40-2 3240 and Dash 8-40C 9127, this train is headed for East Yard ... (more)
A half-dozen GP35’s, with a GP30 thrown in for good measure, lead an eastbound Santa Fe auto train up the grade at Cajon, California.
Four Santa Fe six-axles, two EMD’s and two GE’s, ease a westbound manifest down the Grade at Cajon, California.
The BNSF Railway 2017 California Division Christmas Train rounds the curve at Cajon (in Cajon Pass, California) and heads toward the famed Sullivan's Curve. This is the train's second round trip ... (more)
After a short rain shower, the sun tries to poke out again as UP AC4400CW 5767 leads IG1LA-08 down Cajon Pass, running over trackage rights on BNSF's Cajon Sub.
BNSF ES44DC 7356 leads a hot Z9 down Cajon Pass.
UP AC4400CW 5616 leads an empty "ore" train into the siding at Canyon.
A heavy westbound loaded UP ballast train running on BNSF's Cajon Sub begins the descent of Cajon Pass.