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Four BNSF locomotives lead an eastbound stack train on the north track as a four-unit UP train passes on their tracks up the hill, a three-unit BNSF heads west with two more DPU in the middle and one more on the tail end, and an 11-engine power transfer joins the fray to make a four-train meet at the pass.
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Cajon Pass, California
The Cajon Pass is where most of southern California's trains have to go through to get in and out of the Los Angeles region through the mountains. It is a busy, interesting place with wildly unpredictable weather, changing from clear skies to driving rain in a matter of seconds without warning.
January 10th, 2017
We went to explore the Cajon Pass for two hours. We were not disappointed!This image viewed times, as of last night.