The San Diego and Arizona Railway - Tijuana y Tecate

44 miles of the SD&A between San Ysidro and Division

Inside the San Ysidro shop of the SD&IV Railroad.

The yard of the San Diego & Imperial Valley Railroad.

Looking south at the San Ysidro border crossing.

Looking north at the San Ysidro border crossing.

Looking east as a train is about to cross into Mexico.

U.S. border guard watches the train cross into Mexico.

Looking east at Garcia.

Looking west at Garcia.

Rodriguez Dam.

Rodriquez Dam.

Eastbound at KP47.

A tank car at Redondo.

The Redondo loop.

Tecate fast food.

Tecate brewery switcher.

Tecate's baseball park.

Tecate depot before restoration. Jim Lundquist

Newly restored depot.
Photo by Steve Bovee

A settlement east of Tecate.

A settlement east of Tecate.

Sand loading siding EB.

Sand loading siding WB.

Looking east towards newly cleared Tunnel #3.

Looking west through Tunnel 3 1/2 towards where #3 was.

Mexican dairy as viewed from between tunnels 3 and 4.

Looking west into Tunnel #4. The border is at the far end.

#3873 leads EB varnish at MP60, the Lower Campo Creek Viaduct.

Looking west towards Tunnel #4 at Division. Note the old concrete telephone booth.

#7285 leads a WB at Dogpatch. The tracks have just crossed over Hwy. 94.

#3873 leads a WB at Dogpatch, where it crosses Hwy. 94.

#7285 leads a WB in the sharp curve at MP63.

#2353 leads an EB freight at MP64.5.

#7285 leads a WB at the Pacific Crest Trail crossing.

#3873 leads a WB at MP65, where it parallels Hwy. 94.
Photos by Randy Houk unless otherwise noted

Page by Randy Houk, updated 1-4-11