3 GE U36Cs heading east at Summit
A BNSF eastbound stack train at Cajon Summit
The engineer on Santa Fe 5660, having just been given a green signal as his train slowly came around the corner at Cajon Summit, begins to notch the throttle back up to run 8. John Doughty photo,... (more)
It is a beautiful, clear day in Southern California as Union Pacific SD40-2 3714 crests the summit in Cajon Pass with an eastbound manifest. John Doughty photo, courtesy of Mr. Dan Wilkinson coll... (more)
Rear engine helper Santa Fe GP-35 3406 helps a westbound down the 3% grade south track at Cajon Summit while a very dirty looking SD45-2 5712 roars past with an eastbound intermodal hotshot. John... (more)
Let it snow! ATSF #8044 tops the grade at Cajon Summit on a chilly December day.
UP 844 makes its run up Cajon Pass. We got lucky as the light just popped out before the train arrived at our location above Summit.
The sun breaks free of the dark clouds hanging over Cajon pass and shines on the UP 844 as she leads her special into Cajon Summit. After a brief service stop she will be on her way down the hill.
BNSF's Southern California Christmas Train Trip Two slows for Summit, where it will change ends for a westbound trip back down Cajon Pass and into San Bernardino. With the exception of the baggag... (more)
The Western Pacific heritage unit leads the Southern Pacific heritage unit and one of the Salt Lake City Olympic units with a 12,000 foot long intermodal train at Cajon Summit. Was at home 65 mile... (more)
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's Circus Train. S LVPX-22 With UP 3788, UP 4098, & UP 6478 with 59 Loads, 3779 Tons, 5479 Feet. Photographed at 16:35.
Q NYCLAC6-15 With BNSF 7306, BNSF 7303, BNSF1095, & BNSF 4095 with 81 Loads, 7332 Tons, 7793 Feet. Smell that paint! Still looks weird seeing the 7300 class not as SD40-2’s! Photographed at 17:25.
Z LACWSP9-13L With BNSF 7298, BNSF 7300, BNSF 7299, BNSF 5413, & BNSF 4475 with 54 Loads, 3566 Tons, 5479 Feet. These three beauts look sharp on their return maiden trip and with 6.2 HPT they tack... (more)
Recent storms have dropped a good amount of snow in southern California. A BNSF manifest train reaches Cajon summit on a cold December morning.