Just another creative joke: Mirrored photo of famous Kalte Rinne Viaduct at the Semmering Line in Austria. A freight train with two 1044s crosses the two story high stone brigde on its way southward. You also can see Rax-Mountain in the background and Polleros rock looks like a face.
An eastbound BNSF train heads across the viaduct on the Fallbridge Subdivision at Vancouver, Washington. This scene will soon change as a major track re-alignment will probably bring an end to this old bridge.
It's known by some as the Alhambra Viaduct, by others as Muir Trestle. Either way, it's an impressive bridge that soars over Alhambra Rd. in Martinez, CA to carry BNSF's line through Franklin Canyon and onto Richmond.
One of the great engineering feats of the eastern United States was the Lackawanna Cutoff, constructed in the early 20th Century and abandoned in the 1980s. Two large concrete viaducts were constructed on the Cutoff, one spanning the Delaware River near Columbia, New Jersey, and this viaduct...
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