At 630 feet long and 186 feet tall, Goat Canyon Trestle is the largest curved trestle and second largest trestle of any kind in the world. It was constructed in 1933 when tunnel 15 (in the foregro... (more)
Chesapeake and Ohio Kanawha No.2716 crosses the trestle
at Leeds, Alabama with a Southern excursion on its way to
A "down" train of logs crosses River Bridge. The working side of the shays was always on the dark side when hauling loads across the bridge.
A Southern SD24 rides high on a timber trestle just south of Duffield, Virginia. The trestle transitions to steel as it crosses US Route 23, just a 2-lane at the time. (For a color view and an alt... (more)
IR 5 leads the way back to La Salle, crossing the wooden trestle, located in the middle of nowhere.
The Rail Net crosses the wooden trestle, just northwest of Ladd.
On a beautiful, winter's morning, the IR's 104 Job crosses a wooden trestle in Spring Valley, passing over a lonely road in the woods.
West bound WC train to Marquette
I've always loved the wooden railroad trestles. As a child a remember the DW&P passing by the Shopper's City parking lot on the enormous wooden trestle that carried the line over West Duluth and ... (more)
Former N.C.&ST.L 710 (TVRM) heads under the Hiwassee Loop, soon they will cross over these same tracks as they pass through Farner TN on their way to Copperhill TN.
With a pair of classic EMD SD40-2's for power, the Ogden based LUJ51 local crosses the Weber River on the Holcim Cement plant spur at Devil's Slide.
Amtrak GE P42DC 154 pushes southbound Vancouver to Seattle train 517 across the Mud Bay trestle.
Southbound For A Change. Conway Scenic usually keeps #7470 facing north/west for practical reasons. This Sunday morning, however, was Railfan Weekend and thus, she faced toward the... (more)
Three Union Pacific GP's climb across one of the many wooden trestles built into the steep sides of Lapwai Canyon with the weekly local freight to Grangeville.
The very definition of "Epic Mountain Railroad:" Minutes before, the CSP's Grangeville local was descending over the wooden bridges on the east wall of Lapwai Canyon; now, a couple hundred feet lo... (more)