BNSF's westbound Barstow to San Diego manifest heads down Cajon Pass with SD70MACe #9769 on the rear.
On August 13, 1990, the Santa Fe Railway operated a special train on Cajon Pass for the filming of a promotional film for one of their large shipping container customers, A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S. ... (more)
BNSF Railway train originated in St. Louis, Missouri, on Christmas Eve, which may explain its truncated length as it descends Cajon Pass on December 27, 2019. This train is likely not heavy, eithe... (more)
A colorful consist led Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train Z-WSPLAC7-30 when it was photographed at Martinez Siding, just east of Cajon Pass' Summit, making its way from Willow Springs I... (more)
A pair of coal units leads this eastbound BNSF stack train up Cajon Pass.
Brand new BNSF 3721 leads the eastbound Kaiser Hauler up main 1 as the train enters Sullivan's curve.
BNSF Railway train Z-SBDALT9-20L climbs Cajon Pass as it passes through Blue Cut. This UPS-LTL intermodal train, headed from San Bernardino to Alliance, Texas, is powered by BNSF ES44C4 6937, BNS... (more)
Late afternoon in a classic scene in Cajon Pass, it is impressive to hear the roar and effort of those engines as they face the numerous curves before reaching the Summit. A eastbound BNSF Z train... (more)
That Herb Sullivan guy sure knew how to pick a spot.
On a clear winters day in February 1985 an eclectic mix of SP power, a normal for the SP, climbs through Canyon as they make their way towards Bakersfield. The tracks below are Santa Fe's and tena... (more)
The West Colton to Ogden train heads into the cut just before Summit in Cajon Pass.
The daily "Winkle Bar" (so called as it is the closest sounding out one can make of its symbol, "WCLBAR") dashes through the snow in a full-tagged DC GEVO. O'er the hills it goes, chugging all the... (more)
Way out in the snow covering Cajon Pass a Union Pacific Ogden train makes its way towards Summit.
An Atlanta-bound Z train is pretty normal on Cajon Summit. Two Dash 9s in the lead is a bit less normal. Running on the second day of snow on the ground is pretty dang rare.
A long Q-LACNSA6 rounds the curve at Summit with some NS power trailing.