After a long day hauling hundreds of museum visitors around the trolley loop this yellow car is being returned home after sunset. The conductor is checking that each wheel is on the same track. ... (more)
An excursion train from Perris and back to the Orange Empire Railroad Museum pushes towards downtown Perris. The cars are ex Agence métropolitaine de transport, and the locomotive is a former Sant... (more)
A Rainbow concest on the San Jacinto Local tied down near Mayer Farms at Milepost 15.9 on BNSF's San Jacinto Industrial Spur.
Early morning finds a wild concest on BNSF's San Jacinto Local near Perris.
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)
PE 418 and 498 are both in Carhouse 4 at the Orange Empire Railway Museum. Called Blimps because of their size (steam RR passenger car size), these interurbans started their lives in commuter ser... (more)
This is some of the Orange Empire Railway Museum's spare trolley poles. Some poles have wheels and some have sliding carbon trolley shoes. The carbon inserts in the shoe in the center and the shoe... (more)
For Pacific Electric Weekend OERM rolls out most of the PE cars. "Blimp" #418 retired in 1961.
Los Angeles Railway car No. 3001 sits outside the car barn at Orange Empire Railroad Museum on a warm Sunday Afternoon in April.
Ventura County Railway Number 2 shoves a set of former Southern Pacific cars into the station at the Orange Empire Railroad Museum.
An evening in Perris # 9
An evening in Perris # 3
Thank you Barry Kennedy
Now these signs may say "Safety First" but how but some work first on the boxcar behind them, ouch!
Dedicated teamwork keeps 'em running.