Union Pacific 3719 leads UP 3707, UP 36, and another UP SD40-2 west uphill towards the summit on Cajon Pass.
Union Pacific 3091 has stopped the the Summit on Cajon Pass in order to let the westbound Amtrak Desert Wind to run around it. After Amtrak has passed, 3091 will head down hill towards San Bernard... (more)
Union Pacific 3203 and 3419 lead an eastbound Maintenance of Way train towards the summit on Cajon Pass on a cool, stormy afternoon.
The West Colton to Ogden train heads into the cut just before Summit in Cajon Pass.
The daily "Winkle Bar" (so called as it is the closest sounding out one can make of its symbol, "WCLBAR") dashes through the snow in a full-tagged DC GEVO. O'er the hills it goes, chugging all the... (more)
Way out in the snow covering Cajon Pass a Union Pacific Ogden train makes its way towards Summit.
An Atlanta-bound Z train is pretty normal on Cajon Summit. Two Dash 9s in the lead is a bit less normal. Running on the second day of snow on the ground is pretty dang rare.
BNSF and NS team up in the snow to bring a Q train towards Cajon Summit.
A Long Beach to Logistics Park train crests Cajon Summit in a rare "two-day" snow. (While it snows in Cajon Pass, the snow usually only lasts a couple hours once the sun comes out - it was quite r... (more)
Westbound stacks begin the descent toward Los Angeles at Summit.
A westbound intermodal train begins the descent toward Los Angeles at Summit.
Santa Fe's classic signals stand guard at the west Summit on Cajon Pass.
Today at Cajon Summit, with the addition of the third BNSF track, it is much easier to see three trains passing each other at the same time, but back in 1982 it was much more difficult. Here UP 3... (more)
UP 4014 chugs it way up Cajon pass with its special passenger excursion in tow. The train nears the top of the grade at Cajon Summit. Here it is rounding the curve at Summit