Cajon Pass, North of San Bernadino, California is one of the premier train watching spots in North America. Heavy traffic and scenic locations like the famed Sullivan's Curve, together with a rainbow of paint schemes, from Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe make Cajon a railfan's paradise. Taped in April, 1998, the hills are green, there are bright blue skies and the mountains are snow covered. Lots of SD45's (including a 7 SD45 lashup!) and GP60M's, together with new power make for interesting railroading. Check out the changes and scenic splendor of Cajon Pass, you'll be glad you did.