Three GEVO's depart Summit westbound elephant style.
Another stack train heads east over Cajon Pass seen here approaching the summit with all newer power.
Rounding the curve at Summit, a mix of GEVO's and Dash 9's pull hard to get an intermodal up Cajon Pass.
A pair of DPU's bring up the rear of a sizable stack train making its way down Cajon Pass.
It is a clear, cool morning as UP 3630 east heads up the hill towards the summit with snow on the distant mountains.
Two SP GP-35s are sitting on a spur track in Benson, waiting to assist another train.
As Santa Fe caboose 999460 gets ready to head down the 3% grade on the south track, Union Pacific 3547 leads an APL doublestack east past Cajon Summit.
Seven Santa Fe units of assorted varieties power there train over Cajon Pass.
Union Pacific 8083, on of their "fast 40 class SD40-2s", rounds the corner at Summit with the hot LAX eastbound intermodal train. Camping out at Summit was a good way to see this train ... (more)
The BNSF Barstow to San Diego Manifest "M-BARSDG", nicknamed the DAYGO, gets the green to proceed out of Cajon Summit!
There is no telling what you'll see while watching trains. "Super Chicken" on top of one of the signal towers at the summit on Cajon Pass, January, 1986.
UP 3144 west leads a loaded grain train at the Cajon Summit under stormy skies in 1982.
SF 5703 east leads the 188 train at Cajon summit coming up the south track due to maintenance work on the north track. Two UP trains had just cleared the blocks and SF 5703 will now proceed east.
BNSF 3839 leads 3 of her sisters down Main 3 and into the setting sun. These are 4 brand new EPA Tier-4 compliant GE's. They definitely look sharp when they're clean!