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Remarks: Scene One finds an eight unit (one dead-in-consist) climbing Beaumont Hill with a long string of westbound doublestacks. Scene Two presents another eight unit westbound that includes the only SD44R and a couple of Rio Grande units, all caught descending San Timoteo Canyon. Scene Three depicts a far more diminutive but no less typical SD40T–2/SD45/SD45R trio working westbound near Rimlon on the Yuma Sub. Scene Four features an eastbound cresting the apex of Beaumont Hill with a GP40–2/SD40/SD45T–2 trio. Scene Five shows a quartet of eastbound SD’s doing battle with the Tehachapi Mountains as viewed from atop Tunnel 2. The closing scene proves the show wasn’t always a six axle majority as a mismatched quartet of GP’s climb eastbound out of Ferrum along the north shore of the Salton Sea.