Tank Car - [Vernal Equinox 2016 +1 Series] - An oil tank car with two water tanks sits at Coyote Wells California.
Looking West at M.P. 121.5 - [Vernal Equinox 2016 +1 Series] - Looking west at Coyote Wells at MP 121.5. There are no operating trains on this railroad and the line has been under an ... (more)
Welcome to the PIR Intermodal Yard at Coyote Wells! - [Vernal Equinox 2016 +1 Series] - The bulk of the PIR's road power sits on a setout track in the brush at Coyote Wells California.
A Mile Stone for the Pacific Imperial Railroad - [Vernal Equinox 2016 +1 Series] -Congratulations are in order on a job well done for the Pacific Imperial Railroad's first "Interchange Job... (more)
Inside View of TPHX 801 - I found this siding listed as "Carrizo Gorge Siding" on an old topo map of the area and it is not referenced in my copy of the Altamont California Region Timetable... (more)
The Curve Leaving High Pass Siding - At 1,967 feet in length, High Pass Siding is the highest point above sea level on the Desert Line.
Here, the track curves away from high pass towards... (more)
West Switch at High Pass Siding - At 1,967 feet in length, High Pass Siding is the highest point above sea level on the Desert Line.
The view here at the west switch of the siding is loo... (more)
CP Division - An old Southern Pacific telephone box sits at Control Point Division near the Mexican border,
The steel bridge at Campo Creek is a mere 100 yards from this control point.
Southern Pacific Telephone Box - An old Southern Pacific telephone box sits at Control Point Division near the Mexican border,
While it is not unusual to find these old cement boxes, it ... (more)
Border Gate - The steel border gate at the North Portal to Tunnel 4 next to Campo Creek.
Mexico Track Work at Tunnel 4 - Here is a view of the recent track work and grading that has been going on in Mexico. The border fence is in the brush down below and we are on a hillside a... (more)
The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Yard in Campo - A former CNW / Metra Cabcar sits at the far west end of the museum yard in Campo (view looking east).
That Be Mexico - Looking into Mexico from the South Portal of Tunnel 4. This photo was taken on a railroad that has been embargoed since 2008 and there have been no trains at the point ... (more)
Campo Creek Bridge - A speeder from the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum at Campo crosses the bridge over Campo Creek where it will meet the museum train up a head at Division.