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Unknown Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Unknown at Clearfield, Utah by James Belmont. - In Nov. 1985, the Rio Grande closed 23.69 miles of its Subdivision 7 mainline between Woods Cross and Roy. By 1988, the diamond was removed where Union Pacific's Syracuse Branch crossed the D&RGW near the Freeport Center. Today this former D&RGW right of way is a 23 mile trail owned by the Utah Transit Authority.

Net Photo: Unknown Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Unknown at Clearfield, Utah by James Belmont

Podemos se opone al Plan de la UE para la liberalización del ferrocarril

Tracker mortgage rates drop below for first time A new mortgage that tracks Bank Rate charges a record low rate of

Prretyy

One of my favorite photography subjects: anything railroad-related [tracks/rails/train cars/crossing signs]. Another plus to living in Waseca, lots of railroad/train photo opps.

Railroad Tracks, Train Tracks, Model Trains, Water Tower, Engine, Caves, Abandoned, Waiting, Nostalgia

Long straight train tracks in Hokkaido, Japan . . . want to travel on this road . . .

Hokkaido has a lot of space. So, roads are straight for a very long time. So are train tracks. This is one example.

Mount Washington Cog Railroad Railway to New Hampshire #NewEngland

Mount Washington Cog Railroad, New Hampshire. The Mount Washington Cog Railway is the world's first mountain-climbing cog railway (rack-and-pinion railway). A great New England excursion.

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Hear that lonesome whistle blow. Always love the sight and sound of a train ! I agree with sentiment expressed.

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