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[By Laws] PSR By-Laws
[Manual of Operations] PSR Manual of Operations
[Manual of Operations] PSR Contest Rules
 

Committee Chairs

Treasurer Secretary Member Service
Joel Morse David Irick, MMR Pete Steinmetz
11891 Tunstall St. 5722 W. Cochise Dr. 1042 N. El Camino Real, B340
Garden Grove, CA 92845 Glendale, AZ 85302 Encinitas, CA 92024
Home: (714) 614-5401 Home: (623) 435-8534 Home: (760) 943-0590
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Contests Nominations and Elections Achievement Program
James Keena Vic Cavalli Carl Heimberger
12341 Heritage Springs Dr. 3426 Fela Ave. 1256 Old Hickory Rd.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Long Beach, CA 90808 Corona, CA 92882
Home: (562) 325-3846 Home: (562) 343-5418 Home: (951) 256-1319
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Past President PSR Dispatch Editor Historian
Don Fowler Kevin Spady Per Harwe
10768 Sayers Ct. 727 Luton Dr. 2182 Sycamore Ave.
San Diego, CA 92071 Glendale, CA 91206 Tustin, CA 92780
Home: (619) 787-1930 Home: (818) 644-7170 Home: (714) 482-5404
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Chief Hobo-in-Charge Webmaster / Email Host  
Ed Hall, MMR Dan Moran  
304 Glasgow St. 5831 E. Tumbleweed Dr.  
Henderson, NV 89015 Orange, CA 92869  
Home: (702) 564-6176 Cell: (562) 715-9118  
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Dispatch Archives

 

The PSR Dispatch is published to all Region members and saved here in PDF format in the archives.

Archived Issues

  2019 1st Quarter   2018 1st Quarter   2017 1st Quarter   2016 1st Quarter
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  2015 1st Quarter   2014 1st Quarter   2013 1st Quarter   2012 1st Quarter
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Board of Directors

President Vice President
Gary Butts, MMR Pat Raymer
5991 Kenwick Cir. 2655 El Caminito
Huntington Beach, CA 92648 La Crescenta, CA 91214
Home: (714) 842-4980 Home: (818) 957-7351
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Arizona Division Cajon Division
Frank Baker Jeff Herrmann
5319 E. Cortez Dr. 1888 N. Warbler Pl.
Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Orange, CA 92867
Phone: (602) 672-6336 Phone: (714) 651-3903
Email: Arizona Director Email: Cajon Director
Division Website: http://azdiv-nmra.org Division Website: http://www.cajondivision.org
   
LA Division San Diego Division
Mona Raymer Pete Steinmetz
2655 El Caminito  2604B El Camino Real, #370
La Crescenta, CA 91214  Carlsbad, CA 92008
Phone: (818) 957-7351 Phone: (760) 943-0590
Email: LA Director Email: San Diego Director
Division Website: http://www.ladiv-nmra.org Division Website: http://www.sandiegodivision.org
 

Welcome to the Pacific Southwest Region

     

 

The PSR has four Divisions which fill a map of the true South Western United States. We enjoy the Pacific Ocean to the West and the mountains to the East. The Los Angeles Division includes Ventura and Palmdale to the North, and Clairemont to the East. The Cajon Division includes the chinook side of the Sierras; Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties in CA; and Southern Nevada (Las Vegas). San Diego covers the most Southern part of CA from the coast to the Colorado River. Arizona Division covers the State of Arizona. The area includes the lowest elevation in the US (- 248 feet MSL) and some of the highest in the 48 states. Mountains and deserts are the common scenes in the undeveloped areas.

Before the railroad mergers the area was served by Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Santa Fe, and various small local rail carriers. The local museums maintain the history of the cement, metal and coal mining, citrus groves, steel and aluminum smelting, cattle, lumber, aerospace, and hydroelectric development. All of these human activities included extensive use of rail services. Currently, the Port of Los Angeles serves as the major gateway to the Pacific Rim and thousands of rail containers are dispatched or received every day. Our geographic area includes Cajon Pass, and the major eastbound lines of the UP and BNSF railroads through Arizona.