Here is a look around the Jacumba yard.
The Jacumba Station still stands and is used by the Carrizo Gorge Railway.
F7A 100 came from the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train of Yakima. The engine was originally Bessemer and Lake Erie 723A before going to the Texas Southern as their 100 before heading to Washington.
The 100 and the Carrizo Gorge Railway Fire Train.
A closer view of the Fire train.
A view of the Jacumba yard.
An ex Amtrak Baggage Car.
The F7B 101 with the same history as the 100.
Scenes of the Southern Pacific wooden open-vestibule coaches used as track workers home over the years. They are all in pretty bad shape.
Track side buildings in Jacumba.
Looking east down the railroad tracks through Jacumba.
Our train resting in front of the Jacumba Depot.
F7A 102 with the same history as the 100 and 101.
Relco 1165, an S-4 switcher brings us to the end of our visit to Jacumba.