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Southern Pacific Railroad Train Symbol EPW on the Cienega Bridge

Southern Pacific Railroad Train Symbol EPW on the Cienega Bridge

Train EPW with 8777 and 8714 is a collection of empty box cars and flat cars destined for the lumber mills of northern California and Oregon. This is not an easy place to photograph trains. From the little parking lot next to the bridge, the eastbound main is down in a hole in the ground making it nearly impossible to capture two trains in the same picture. If you cross to the other side of the river, then eastward trains will be in shadow.

Southern Pacific Railroad freight train on the Cienega Bridge

Extra 8590 West on December 2, 1977.

Southern Pacific Railroad Train Symbol HOWCY on the Cienega Bridge

Engines 7458, 8333, 7368, and 7674 lead train HOWCY across the Cienega Bridge on December 18, 1985. This bridge was built by the El Paso Southwestern in 1912. The bridge not only spans the wash but also carries the tracks over the original SP line along Cienega Creek. The El Paso Southwestern was absorbed by the SP in November 1924. Disk 56