We parked in the parking structure then walked out onto the Mt Vernon Bridge on a very hot 98 degree early afternoon.
Metrolink 358 came into San Bernardino from Los Angeles this very early afternoon.
An overview of San Bernardino Railroad Days. From here we started to look around San Bernardino Railroad Days 2012.
The Tioga Pass and we entered talking with Norm Orfall the owner of this great railroad car. We walked through most of the train before returning to the heat.
BNSF 6968 on display.
The BNSF table was interesting.
BNSF 6968 is a Tier 2 locomotive.
The Santa Fe 3751 Booth.
BNSF 1309 was also on display as was a Metrolink train set.
A wooden train tent.
Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society.
Golden West Books.
Santa Fe 3751 now on display.
The BNSF Police Car.
National Association of Retired and Veteran Railroad Employees, Inc.
Creation Fund C.I.D.
Train Riders Association of California.
The Native Sons of the Golden West.
Amtrak Thruway Bus.
The Fire Engine Display.
The small train giving rides.
The Pioneer Fire Museum.
The food choices for this year's event.
A general picture of San Bernardino Railroad Days 2012. From here we headed back to Santa Ana where Carl dropped me off at the house. Tomorrow is the westbound ride behind the Santa Fe 3751.