It was 105 degrees on this nice arid sunny day at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. I thought this classic Santa Fe "Foreman Car" was pretty neat.
Switching the OERM shops.
This image of Los Angeles Railway car 665 was taken during night photography work shop by Steve Crise hosted at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. Mr. Crise provided the lights and instruction. ... (more)
This image of Los Angeles Railway car 3100 was taken during night photography work shop by Steve Crise hosted at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. Mr. Crise provided the lights and instruction. ... (more)
The late afternoon sun really makes her sparkle.
Another former pride of Santa Fe passenger service resides in the safe confines of a museum's shop facilities. See my previous photo (ID: 328183) for it's predecessors similar fate.
Although acquired and restored to it's Washington state appearance from it's days in Yakima, 297 is actually a veteran of Southern California; having served the long forgotten Glendale and Montros... (more)
For Pacific Electric Weekend OERM rolls out most of the PE cars. "Blimp" #418 retired in 1961.
Shorn of all the little appurtenances some railfans like to lift, this retired switcher awaits better days.
Posing with one of the wigwag signals around the museum...
DOT 1975 sits at the platform - you can see more of the diesel fleet in the background...
Mojave Northern 2 sits with a short train on a siding at the museum
This Union Pacific classic awaits restoration at the museum
Greeting folks to the museum is this Santa Fe caboose.
Leaving one platform is a former DLW cab car, another platform has a passenger train of cabooses...