In the shadow of NS' Corporate Headquarters are bridge 5 and 5A. Serving mostly traffic for the Lamberts Point coal facility, bridge 5 is seen here in position for the local hostler tho shuttle power to the various facilities. Bridge 5A, seen raised in the background, originally served...
A sign denoting the continental divide to EB trains (and on-lookers) at the crest of Mullan Pass reads "CONTINENTAL DIVIDE elevation 5,548 ft. above sealevel", & can be seen abt. 500 ft. west of Mullan Tunnel's west portal
3106 3115 3079 5578 5731 makes up the lashup for todays p34. 5578 had SBU trouble and couldn't run as a lead unit so they brought up extra power :D so that means a a five unit lashup for me. Note they also have a Freshly painted beaver in it
An eastbound freight emerges from tunnel 5 on Tehachapi Pass, CA in July 1989 surrounded by a cloud of smoke.
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