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  1. Ski train

    Ski train

    UP E-9 910 leads an A-B-B-B-B lashup on a ski train returning from Sun Valley, ID. on 3/14/71. The train is descending the west slope of Cajon Pass on the Santa Fe south/1 track. Photo by Russell T. Sharp.
  2. Along Summit Valley Road

    Along Summit Valley Road

    MBARSDG124A Lugo, CA (Hesperia) rumbling toward a descent of Cajon.
  3. dpu

    dpu

    NS GEVO and UP SD90 DPU set assists a westbound manifest down Cajon Pass.
  4. Southbound across Cajon Wash

    Southbound across Cajon Wash

    UP 5419 leads a manifest train as it crosses Cajon Wash near Mormon Rocks in Cajon Pass.
  5. Below the End

    Below the End

    The end of a northbound Union Pacific train crossing Cajon wash has UP 6437 as a DPU.
  6. Sheep Fire in Cajon

    Sheep Fire in Cajon

    A view of the Sheep fire in Cajon Pass as an eastbound train makes its way up track 1, the lowest streak of light on the right half. A westbound train heads down track 2 taking the curve toward Silverwood.
  7. Tagged DPU

    Tagged DPU

    UP 7731 works at the rear of a train heading down Cajon Pass.
  8. Heading up track 3

    Heading up track 3

    BNSF 8620 makes its way up track 3 on a cold windy morning in Cajon Pass.
  9. Classic SP Down the Cutoff

    Classic SP Down the Cutoff

    Eastbound Southern Pacific SD40T-2 #8275 takes the lead down the Palmdale Colton Cutoff in the Blue Cut area of Cajon Pass in 1985.
  10. Coming down Cajon

    Coming down Cajon

    Santa Fe extra 7447 west at Swarthout Canyon Rd. on July 28, 1991.
  11. Blue cut

    Blue cut

    Santa Fe extra 5010 west cruises downgrade at Blue Cut on July 30, 1991.
  12. Cotton Belt Climbs the Cutoff

    Cotton Belt Climbs the Cutoff

    Westbound Cotton Belt/SSW SD45 #9065 leads this manifest freight near the west end of Canyon Siding on the Palmdale Colton Cutoff in Cajon Pass in 1985.
  13. When Summit Wore Blue and Yellow

    When Summit Wore Blue and Yellow

    Santa Fe GP50 #3835 leads a COFC/TOFC train eastbound through Cajon Summit on the 1st Subdivision's Main #1 in 1985.
  14. Classic Santa Fe through Blue Cut

    Classic Santa Fe through Blue Cut

    Santa Fe B36-7 #7498 with the unique air-intake sound baffles leads a GP40X through Cajon Pass' Blue Cut on the #1 Main of the 1st Subdivision in 1985.
  15. SP Tunnel Motors on the Cutoff

    SP Tunnel Motors on the Cutoff

    SP SD40T-2 #8294 leads a set of four tunnel motors westbound on the Palmdale Colton Cutoff through Dike in Cajon Pass in 1985.
  16. Southern Pacific Drifts Through Dike

    Southern Pacific Drifts Through Dike

    Eastbound SP SD40T-2 #8523 leads its train down Cajon Pass on the PCC at Dike in 1987.
  17. Super Fleet Warbonnets Summit Bound

    Super Fleet Warbonnets Summit Bound

    Santa Fe #160 leads an A-A-A-A set of red/silver GP60M warbonnet power on this eastbound TOFC train through the sweeping curve into Cajon Summit in Cajon Pass on March 30, 1991.
  18. New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Warbonnets arriving on the 198

    New Santa Fe Dash 8-40BWs #503/#505 bring the 1-198-12 train west down the South Main of the Cajon Subdivision through Cajon Station on October 14, 1990.
  19. October In The Railroad Earth

    October In The Railroad Earth

    The desert brush provides fall colors as UP 5403 (DPU) follows a heavy manifest train down Cajon Pass on the Palmdale Cutoff just below CP Silverwood. This train is bound for West Colton, California. Image captured on Oct 18th 2008, which was a beautiful autumn day.
  20. Cajon in Autumn Glory

    Cajon in Autumn Glory

    UP 5371 heads down the Palmdale cutoff on a beautiful autumn afternoon in Cajon Pass.



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