Travel back in time at the interactive Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum in California, USA. Located in the Southern Sierras between Bakersfield and Mojave, this non-profit, free to visit museum explores the engineering feat that was the Tehachapi Loop. Built by Southern Pacific and opened in 1876 the railway loop looked to ease the grade over the Tehachapi Pass. The Tehachapi railway lines remain open to this day, however, they only service freight trains and trains no longer stop there.
Providing an eastern view of the crossing gates, the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum uses a high definition, Dahua SD59225U-HNI camera to capture the passing trains and depot. The camera also provides clear audio, wind speed, and temperature. Rewind the feed up to twelve hours to see the depot during the day or the night. Camera operator does regularly change the camera’s view and position.