BNSF 7395 and some relatively clean GE power this 8060 foot Z7 up Cajon Pass on Main 1.
A beautiful winter morning in Cajon Pass finds an eastbound Union Pacific intermodal train climbing the grade on main track 1 of the Cajon Subdivision while UP MOW forces go about their work on th... (more)
Working upgrade near Hill 582 on main track 1 of the Cajon Subdivision, an eastbound BNSF manifest freight with a Tier 4 leader makes easy effort tackling the climb up Cajon Pass while a track gan... (more)
With Main 3 blocked by the LACNYC, Main 2 will have to work today for the 6+ hour late Southwest Chief #3.
A Q HOULAC1, Guaranteed Service Intermodal from Houston, TX to Los Angeles, CA, descends down Cajon Pass into the LA Basin with a CREX leader.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief charges up main three on the BNSF Cajon Subdivision, which is steepest of the three main tracks, as it rolls into the night to Barstow and all points east.
A Long Beach, CA to Clovis, NM stack train roars loudly on a cold February morning as the four General Electric motors battle the grade of Cajon Pass.
A solid set of Warbonnets between at Hill 582.
The Mojave Flyer charges up Cajon Pass with a pair of SD60Ms on the point.
An all EMD lash-up pulls a West Colton, CA to North Platte, NE manifest charges up Cajon Pass.
The DPUs of a westbound stack train glide down the two percent grade of Cajon Pass at Hill 582.
As the DPUs of a westbound stack train glide down Cajon Pass, an auto train charges up the two percent grade on its way to Summit.
At time, a new ES44C4 leads a westbound stack train down Cajon Pass as it snakes around Hill 582 on a hot May afternoon.
As the sun sets along Cajon Pass on 11-11-11, a westbound Atlanta, GA to Los Angeles, CA stack train glids down the steep 3% grade.