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Hot Santa Fe Pig Train Climbing Cajon Pass at Lugo, CA

ATSF 108 (GP60M) leads a quartet of red and silver warbonnet units including a pair of 5-year-old GP60M's spliced by a pair of cabless GP60B booster units as they work a Los Angeles bound piggyback train up the east side of Cajon pass at Lugo, CA. Again access to this location was available by Summit Valley Road off of CA 138 a little east of Summit at Cajon Pass. Google street view covers Summit Valley Road; the signal visible in this photo have been replaced by signals cantilevered out over the tracks since 1994.

Photographed by Warren Beckwith, February, 1994.
Added to the photo archive by Warren Beckwith, August 2, 2021.
Railroad: Santa Fe (AT&SF).

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