My posts have been a bit random recently – a lot going on at home, plus the ESNG fiddle yard, plus NGSE 2020. I was going to go to the Tonbridge show yesterday, but I’ll confess that Storm Dennis put me off! Still, here’s another random post….
Welcome to Tehachapi Live Train Cams Livestream at the World Famous Tehachapi Loop in Keene, California USA!
This Livestream began streaming on November 23, 2019 and is brought to you by Tehachapi Live Train Cams through the generous donations of our viewers! We would also like to give a special thank you to Creative Wireless for all of their help and for providing the internet service to run the Tehachapi Loop Live Cam!
The camera is mounted approximately 3/4 mile from the Tehachapi Loop hilltop which gives us a very large viewing area of the Loop and surrounding areas.
We currently have a total of 3 livestreaming cams on the Tehachapi Pass. You can visit our Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum cam by clicking here: https://youtu.be/_RHeHn5Py1I and our West Cable Cam by clicking here: https://youtu.be/X9lKfZI8I8g
But the main loop cam is the best, I think. Of course, it’s dark on the West Coast of the USA as I write this, but try in the afternoon or evening (GMT) for some spectacular railroading and another reason not to do any modelling…..
I enjoy this live cam immensely. I also stay up late and like to watch after dark. It’s interesting to watch the locomotive lights light up the valley and when there is a full moon it illuminates the valley. However, often the cam is left zoomed in to a small section of track which is not interesting at all. I bet I’m not the only one that would like to see the cam left zoomed out to a wide shot of the loop at night.