Posted by showalterbj on August 9, 2017 
. . . to boldly go where no one goes any more [?]
Posted by James Burlington on August 9, 2017 
Funny that the rails were taken away, but not the signals. A railroad signal with without rails is like a fish with no water.
Posted by Sport! on August 9, 2017 
a feeling of emptiness and purposelessness.... there are many days like these
Posted by thewiz on August 9, 2017 
We drove many miles alongside the remains of the Milwaukee Road on our trip across the US, mostly in the middle of nowhere. I can see why it struggled for so long to stay viable with virtually no customers along hundreds of miles of route.
Posted by Peter G. Chase on August 9, 2017 
Reminds me of the famous painting, "The Scream" by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch.
Posted by Bulldog on August 11, 2017 
One thing about it, you could see "STOP" for miles!!
Posted by Cameron Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2017 
As of Sept 2013 according to Google Street View, one is still standing! Check it out:
Posted by Cameron Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2017 
And its not the only one:
Posted by AbandonedRailroader on August 13, 2017 
As the US population continues to grow, I suspect this railbed will see trains again many many years from now.
Posted by C.M.St.P.& P. on August 14, 2017 
It would appear we are on the 1956 line relocation with the old roadbed visible off to the left.
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