We'll Always Have Perris... Constructed in 1892 by the California Southern Railroad, the station in Perris, California, was built in the Queen Anne architectural style. This line was orig... (more)
Former Los Angeles Railway car 1201 traverses the narrow gauge loop through a suburban setting at the Orange Empire Railway Museum.
The highlight of Orange Empire's narrow gauge collection is a 2-6-0 once owned by Disney animator Ward Kimball. Kimball rescured her from scrap during the great depression and restored her for se... (more)
Fresh from its 1472 day inspection, former Ventura County #2 basks in the afternoon on the mainline while a former Los Angeles Railway streetcar rolls by in the background.
The local cactus population is unimpressed as former Southern Pacific 1474, an Alco S4, solls along in the late afternoon sun.
Recreating a scene from many years ago, a streamliner headed by Union Pacific 942 rolls past a steam powered local on depot a siding. The scene is actually Perris, CA during the Orange Empire Rai... (more)
Fresh from its FRA 1472 day inspection, Ventura County Railway 2 performs some late day switching after the conclusion of the museum's 2012 "Railfest" event.
SP 3100 looks great in fresh paint as it works the OERM open house this past Sunday afternoon.
Returning to the Muesum after a run down just shy of the BNSF junction in downtown Perris, UP 942 and its train look great on this hot Sunday afternoon.
The Orange Empire Railway Muesum has done a great job with the UP 942, seen here running trains along there main line for the weekend open house.
One word: GORGEOUS!
Recently repainted and renovated, she basks in the late afternoon sun. Click Here for details on this U-boat.
Los Angeles Transit Lines #3100 out for the first time since restoration. She is one of the few streetcars build during WWII.
The late afternoon sun really makes her sparkle.
The San Jac (pronounced Jack) Local (named for the branch's original end point in San Jacinto, CA) has been running through and then southeast of Perris about once a week after sunset. Today they... (more)