Built in 1907 this historic rail depot is the third iteration at this location the first 2 having been burnt down in a fire. It sits along one of the nation's most active railway corridors, the BNSF Southern Transcon, which runs from Los Angeles, California to Chicago, Ilinois. Averaging around 70-75 trains per 24 hour period and up to 90 on exceptionally busy days one can expect to see a passing freight train almost every 30 minutes most days.
Stand on the platform at the East Side of the building and Capture yourself on the Black Webcam that will be located on the roof of that corner of the building. Bonus points for capturing during a train pass.