The early morning overcast is beginning to break up as an eastbound Santa Fe freight splits from the original 1883 mainline, with a 3% grade, to head up the 1913-built mainline – with a gentler 2.... (more)
Southern Pacific’s Bicentennial caboose, SP 1776, brings up the rear of a westbound freight at Hiland, the summit of SP’s crossing of Cajon Pass. Built in December 1966, this car was repainted fo... (more)
BNSF Railway train Z-LACALT7-11, with an interesting locomotive lash up, rounds Cajon Pass’ famous Sullivan’s Curve as it claws its way out of the Los Angeles Basin and up to the Mojave Desert as ... (more)
AMTK 167 leads the Chicago bound train up track 3 in Cajon Pass as night overtakes day.
UP 7924 brings a manifest train through Silverwood as it heads down Cajon Pass on its way to West Colton.
BNSF 8250 leads the late running Southwest Chief down Cajon Pass. AMTK 42 was the lead locomotive before the train had power issues in route.
BNSF Railway train Z-LACALT7-11 has been steadily climbing a 2.2% grade since shortly after it departed San Bernardino twenty-five miles ago. Now, as this Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal train passes... (more)
Low clouds hang in Cajon Pass on a December morning. BNSF no. 7112 and mates appear out of the fog pulling stacks eastbound up the hill through Blue Cut.
Climbing Cajon Pass on a beautiful spring morning is BNSF Railway train S-LBPALT2-14, with four locomotives up front (ES44AC 6134, brand new ES44C4 3264, ES44C4 8329 and Dash 9-44CW 5235), two Dis... (more)
A westbound Mixed Manifest drifts down through Sullivans Curve at Canyon on Union Pacific's Palmdale Cutoff to Colton Ca.
Santa Fe GE B40-8W 538 plus 4 units, leading a westbound double stack train at Cajon, California.
On a beautiful clear Southern California morning, an eastbound UP grain empty was climbing Cajon Pass after a fresh snow fall.
Union Pacific SD70ACe no. 8926 leads a westbound manifest towards Sullivans Curve on main 2 after passing under Hwy 138. The rear of the train is passing Morman Rocks in the background. An eastbo... (more)