In the early hours of the morning on August 22, 2018, Hulcher and BNSF crews work hard to clean up a massive derailment at Devore, California. All 3 BNSF main tracks were damaged by this derailmen... (more)
4014 cruises easy through Devore after finishing its journey down Cajon Pass. Next stop: Colton yard for a few days of display before the RailGiants Train Museum Excursion back up the pass to Vict... (more)
UP 4014 travels along the old SP tracks through Devore on its way to Bloomingdale as part of The Great Race Across the Southwest excursion.
Santa Fe 2949 works uphill through Devore as it heads east up Cajon Pass.
The Pacific Railroad Society Mountain Outin Special, with Amtrak 517 and 518 on the point, works uphill through Devore towards the summit of Cajon Pass. Once the train reached Barstow, it headed ... (more)
It never fails... 4.7hpt & you get stuck behind the herd! BNSF 7947, 4517, 6666 & 8025 leads this Q-train that took nearly 4hrs to getup the hill!
Having just begun it's "Route 66" journey from San Bernardino to Chicago, a BNSF stacker works hard as it climbs through Devore, less than an hour away from Cajon Summit.
UP 4948 leads a short 28 car train down Cajon Pass at Devore. Soon the train will be entering the West Colton yard.
Tricked out to the max, this is the zenith of EMD on John Santa Fe's railroad, SD75s not withstanding.
A BNSF stack train from Logistics Park to Southern California makes one of many Cajon Creek crossings along its way as it approaches Devore at the southern end of Cajon Pass.
An eastbound stack train heads up the Cajon Pass.
The Boy Scouts Unit leads an officer special heads up the Cajon Pass at Devore.
ATSF 5113 and its train drifts through Devore while SD39-2 3682 shoves its charges up the Cajon grade.
The westbound Amtrak "Super Chief" is seen leaving Cajon pass at Devore at track speed in the early morning light