RailPictures.Net Photo: M.P. 325 Union Pacific Cantilever Signal Bridge at Bakersfield, California by Eddie P. Sarber
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Union Pacific (more..)
Cantilever Signal Bridge (more..)
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Bakersfield, California, USA (more..)
February 16, 2007
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M.P. 325 (more..)
Edward P. Sarber (more..)
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Like a Centurion or Guardian, there is a cantilever signal bridge at each entrance into the Tehachapi Railroad Pass. They stand guard, day and night, anchoring the entrances to the Tehachapi Pass as a reminder to all trains that the true challenge of crossing the pass begins at their base.
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