Something wrong with this photo. Lots of blue boards signifying "Safety First" yet this ex-D&RGW 3104 engine obviously has been involved in a recent collision with all the damage to the right side... (more)
Four flangers sit at Roseville Yard. Two appear to be brand new and leading the pack is SPMW 324 "Snow Fighters".
Just another day on Cajon Pass as three warbonnets lead this manifest east.
Is it comin' or goin'? A coil-car train with two engines on each end makes it's way west.
A new ES44DC makes it'way west towards Cajon Summit, near sunset.
Round and Round this "Lucky Devil" train, UP 7666, goes as it heads east through the famed Sullivan's Curve very late in the afternoon.
New new ES44DC leads a gaggle of engines east to Barstow.
Running hard out of Sullivan's Curve heading east toward Cajon Summit.
Running north trhough CP Canyon this UP train has two BNSF ES44AC's in it's consist.
From the old SP line we see a westbound z-train cross the Swarthout Canyon crossing.
BNSF 7531 on it's maiden run west comes off of Cajon Summit into Silverwood.
A new UP C45ACCTE drags three BNSF Dash 9's behind it running elephant style down the Cajon Pass on it's maiden voyage west.
Can you say "WEDGIE"? This is a classic wedgie shot of a long z-train running along Cajon Blvd. heading east.
A westbound runs down Cajon Canyon towards Blue Cut.
A eastbound UP stack train climbs the grade towards summit, surprisingly there is still snow on the mountain tops to the north.