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  1. Lapwai Canyon trestle

    Lapwai Canyon trestle

    The first of the many Lapwai Canyon trestles blanketed in a Thanksgiving snowfall.
  2. CSP 4 - Ottawa

    CSP 4 - Ottawa

    The dead manifest... Can you find IR 7?
  3. Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers Canyon Bridge on the former Camas Prairie railroad's 2nd subdivision. This line ran from Spaulding ID (just east of Lewiston ID) to Grangeville ID, approximately 62 miles. The line has not seen trains for about 10 years and is officially abandoned. The bridge is located next to highway...
  4. Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers Canyon Bridge on the former Camas Prairie railroad's 2nd subdivision. This line ran from Spaulding ID (just east of Lewiston ID) to Grangeville ID, approximately 62 miles. The line has not seen trains for about 10 years and is officially abandoned. The bridge is located next to highway...
  5. Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers Canyon Bridge on the former Camas Prairie railroad's 2nd subdivision. This line ran from Spaulding ID (just east of Lewiston ID) to Grangeville ID, approximately 62 miles. The line has not seen trains for about 10 years and is officially abandoned. The bridge is located next to highway...
  6. Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers Canyon Bridge on the former Camas Prairie railroad's 2nd subdivision. This line ran from Spaulding ID (just east of Lewiston ID) to Grangeville ID, approximately 62 miles. The line has not seen trains for about 10 years and is officially abandoned. The bridge is located next to highway...
  7. Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers canyon bridge

    Lawyers Canyon Bridge on the former Camas Prairie railroad's 2nd subdivision. This line ran from Spaulding ID (just east of Lewiston ID) to Grangeville ID, approximately 62 miles. The line has not seen trains for about 10 years and is officially abandoned. The bridge is located next to highway...
  8. Camas Prarie Railnet B23-7 heads through Ottawa

    Camas Prarie Railnet B23-7 heads through Ottawa

    Camas Prarie Railnet B23-7s 2, 1, and 4 head up Illinois Railway\'s 3:00 job asit prepares to pick up some cars to take to BNSF\'s Eola Yard.
  9. Ayer Turn Flying down the Snake

    Ayer Turn Flying down the Snake

    BNSF's Ayer Turn returning to Wallula, WA. along the Snake River on UP track.
  10. CP Railnet Downriver Turn

    CP Railnet Downriver Turn

    Camas Prairie Railnet's Downriver Turn passed under the Joso Trestle.
  11. plowing on the 2nd sub

    plowing on the 2nd sub

    Ex GN rotary, now Camas Prairie #26, plows the Grangeville branch in Jan 1996. The Camas Prairie was in northern Idaho. The first locomotive's power runs the rotary and the other 3 are power for the train.




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