Cajon Pass, CA 92407
Blue Cut N 34.26592, W 117.46375 Google map
Hill 582 N 34.33343, W 117.45536 “Popular Railfan Hangout” Google map
Sullivan’s Curve N 34.29914, W 117.47364 Google map
Cajon Summit N 34.32515, W 117.42259 (because of recent reports, we understand
that as of late 2014, maybe before, additional area around Summit is fenced off
and has restricted access. We could use confirmation of this) Google map
Scanner: BNSF 161.190 , 160.085 ; UP 160.320 , 160.740 
Railroads: BNSF California Division, Cajon Sub; Union Pacific Los Angeles Division, Mojave Sub
Description: Cajon Pass is the entrance to the West Coast through the San Bernardino Mountains for BNSF and UP
trains from the east on double and triple track with helper and distributed power operations. The whole area has very
scenic and multiple common railfan sites. Traffic is generally heavier, later in the week. I/We are requesting anyone with
first-hand experience of railfanning Cajon to help us out on this article.
Approximate # trains per 24 hours: 80 – 90 including Amtrak’s Sunset Limited
Photo opportunities: All over, nothing but photo ops. In fact that’s the major reason to railfan here.
Disclaimer: I have not been to this location. Info is from TRAINS Magazine, friends and the Internet. I would welcome
contributions and will give credit for contributions on the page.
|“The key to winning baseball games is pitching,
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Denver Todd is The Gregarious Railfan
Todd Sestero is the RAILFAN GUIDES of the U.S.
A little bit more but not enough for Page 2
There are so many You Tube videos of Cajon Pass that I will
just suggest that you go to You Tube and search on your own.