WELCOME TO THE CAJON PASS N SCALE PROJECT!

 

Cajon Pass is a mountain pass (elevation 3,777 feet) between the San Bernardino Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains located in the Mojave Desert. The California Southern Railroad was the first to build lines through the pass in the early 1880’s. Route 66 also ran through this area and there are still remnants of it that you can drive on today. Both BNSF and Union Pacific operate trains through this area and when combined with the stunning scenery makes for great rail fanning.

Full details on the area being modeled can be found in the Introduction piece below. All of our updates are listed below in chronological order as they happen.  If you have any questions, we have set up a discussion forum topic for this project HERE where you can make comments, ask questions and get virtually involved in the project.

Hope you enjoy it!