During a rare snow storm on Cajon Summit a BNSF and UP trains pass each other in near zero visibility conditions.
A BNSF Autorack train climbs passed Summit
UP 4505 makes the turn toward summit as the sun disappears behind the mountains.
UP 3970 heads down Cajon Pass as a crew member takes a peek out the front door. A BNSF train is heading up the other track. You can see the mid-train DPUs just before the curve.
BNSF 4869 leads a trailer train up Cajon Pass as stack train heads down the pass. Off in the distance (upper left corner) are the DPUs of a UP train heading down the Palmdale Cuttoff.
BNSF 4480 leads the Kaiser hauler through the summit cut as it skirts the shadows.
BNSF 5495 and NS 9045 head a long train up Cajon Pass. Actually, this is two trains that coupled together. Off in the distance you can see IC 1034 and BNSF 5292, which are the DPUs. Coupled to ... (more)
BNSF 5495, NS 9045, IC 1034, and BNSF 5292 provide the power for this BNSF TOFC train heading up Cajon Pass.
BNSF 4156 holds as it waits for the eastbound stack train headed by UP 3873 to clear on main 1. At the same time, a westbound train holds to wait for its turn to head down.
These two decoupled from the eight loco monster and headed back down south.
UP 3873 makes the trun toward the summit as it passes BNSF stack train that is holding.