RailPictures.Net Photo: IP 4137 Iowa Pacific Holdings GP40FH-2 at Chicago, Illinois by Robert Jordan
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Iowa Pacific Holdings (more..)
GP40FH-2 (more..)
Canal Street Lift Bridge (more..)
Chicago, Illinois, USA (more..)
December 11, 2015
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
IP 4137 (more..)
850 (more..)
Robert Jordan (more..)
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Lighting provided by commercial light in place for filming. Hoosier State rumbles across Canal Street Vertical Lift Bridge, Pennsylvania Railroad bridge 458, now owned by Amtrak across the South Branch of the Chicago River south of Union Station. Designed by Waddel and Harrington and constructed by Pennsylvania Steel Company it was completed in 1914. The main span weighs 1500 tons
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