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  1. Flyoverunder

    Flyoverunder

    There's only one bridge on the Oakland Terminal Railway, but it's a doozie. Built in 1938 as half of a wye shaped wooden trestle to carry SP red electric trains over the SP freight mains and Desert Yard throat, the flyover features 4% grades and sharp curves better suited to interurban electric...
  2. Approaching the Flyover

    Approaching the Flyover

    Pulling the unusual high-level coaches, the eastbound Missouri Mule enters the Sheffield yard "flyover" area on the east side of Kansas City. The train normally carries horizon or single-level coaches.
  3. Racing towards the Flyover

    Racing towards the Flyover

    The eastbound Southwest Chief races up towards the Kansas City Flyover near Winner Road on the northeast side of Kansas City on March 8. 2003. The Southwest Chief, which runs from Los Angeles to Chicago, is on the last day of its 2.5-day journey across the southwest U.S. Taken with a digital camera.
  4. meet at frost

    meet at frost

    Meets at Frost can happen at any time due to the high volume of trains on the Cajon Sub. Victorville, CA on the BNSF's Cajon Sub. Union Pacific has rights over the these tracks between Riverside and Daggett.
  5. stacks on the frost flyover

    stacks on the frost flyover

    A UP stack train heads west on the Frost flyover on July 21, 2003. Frost is located in the city of Victorville, California on the BNSF's Cajon Sub.



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