This fine example of a lift trestle is now a walking bridge over the Arkansas River. This is the former Rock Island Line's trestle that crossed the river to access the depot just out of the picture to the right.
The eb Anita Turn slows down to cross the flood damaged Bear River bridge (out of pic to left). The flood of 2-14-86 weakened the bridge supports and trains were restricted to 20 until repairs were made. This local still used a 4-man crew. One person can be seen in the last trailing geep to look...
Seen from the upper deck of the General Jackson Showboat on the Cumberland River in Nasville, TN. This is the CSX trestle that crosses the river at Shelby Park on the North shore of the river. This is on the East end of town.
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