RailPictures.Net Photo: SC 1101 Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway EMD F9(A) at La Selva Beach, California by Howard Cohen
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» Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway (more..)
» EMD F9(A) (more..)
» La Selva Bridge (more..)
» La Selva Beach, California, USA (more..)
» December 29, 2012
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» SC 1101 (more..)
» Unknown
» Howard Cohen (more..)
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A Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Railway’s passenger train crosses the old La Selva Bridge for the last time on its journey along the Pacific Coast from Santa Cruz to Watsonville at sunset. After this final crossing the bridge was put out of service and in August of 2014 demolition of the structure commenced. In early February 2015 the construction of the new replacement La Selva Bridge completed. With the bridge back in service freight and passenger trains will be able to service Santa Cruz again.
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