Two Santa Fe F45’s and two SD45-2’s guide a westbound pig train down the steep (3.3% grade) north track just west of Cajon Summit. Today, the location is called Silverwoo... (more)
Southern Pacific tunnel motors lift a 98 car manifest toward the summit at Cajon.
Eastbound reefers from the San Joaquin have crested Cajon Summit, and are now dropping toward Colton.
A BNSF manifest passes Cajon Summit
Santa Fe SD45-2 5663, SD40-2 5176 and C30-7 8174 leads a westbound TOFC train over Cajon Pass, Summit on November 3, 1988.
BNSF 966 in H1 paint leads three other units downgrade through Summit, CA on Cajon Pass.
A GP20U 3073 sporting it failed SPSF merger paint scheme is paired with a GP35U 2922 are in local service on Cajon Summit.
An eastbound Santa Fe intermodal train has crested Cajon, and now begins the race across the desert. A matched set of BN SD40-2's are providing the power.
This westbound BNSF trailer train will going down Cajon pass on the steep 3.0 % grade main 3 track, with ES44DC # 7581, C44-9W # 5390, ES44C4 # 8195 and ES44DC # 7402.
Westbound BNSF doublestack changing from maintrack 1 to main 2 on Cajon summit for the downrun to San Bernardino, with C44-9W # 4450, ES44C4 # 7028, ES44DC # 7247 and ES44C4 # 8186.
A BNSF mixed freight reaches Cajon Summit after a long haul across the scenic pass. The late evening summer sun has faded in the valley below leaving only the summit illuminated in this June 13 pe... (more)
There is still a little bit of snow on Mt. Baldy as ATSF 5657 leads an F-45 and an Intermodal train east through the cut at Cajon Summit.