Digital Series: Golden State Train Ride - David Bernie
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  • Campo Train by David Bernie
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  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie
  • Campo Train by David Bernie

Digital Series: Golden State Train Ride

Campo, CA | Canon S100

The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum’s main facility is located in Campo, California; about 50 miles east of downtown San Diego. You can find more info at sdrm.org.

From the website:
Golden State is a 12 mile round trip train trip from Campo through the back country mountains of San Diego County to the International Border Tunnel at Division, which lasts about 1 to 1½ hours.

These images are from the Gold State train ride. You can see the red border fence in the background (3rd image). Shortly after that is the International Border Tunnel in which the border is about 3/4 the way through the tunnel (2nd image).

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Digital, Photography