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Bodie and Benton railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Mammoth_Lakes This plaque, located where the railbed crosses 167, reads: Bodie and Benton R. R. Surveyed in March, 1881, and completed in December 1881. With materials hauled from Hawthorne, Nevada, through Bodie to this road bed, at a cost of one
Southern Pacific Transcontinental ROW (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Livermore While the transcontintal railroad was the first railway line to cross the U.S., it wasn't truly a transcontinental line. The first transcontinental railroad terminated short of the Pacific destination of San Francisco, at Sacramento. The first truly transcontinental railroad was
Lincoln Highway, Mountain House segment (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Byron Original, now abandoned segment of the Lincoln Highway which was bisected with the building of the California Aqueduct.
Union Station Louisville(en)USA / Kentucky / Louisville (Louisville)amtrak, abandoned, train stationCurrently the offices of the Transit Authority of River City; formerly an a passenger railroad station serving the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad, Amtrak, and others. Passenger Service to Louisville ended during July 2003 when Amtrak's Kentucky Cardinal was
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Keeler This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Lone_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Lone_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Lone_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Bishop This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Bishop This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Bishop This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Big_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Keeler This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Lone_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Borate and Daggett railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Barstow Transported borate from the mines at Borate to Daggett. The line crossed over a large trestle here. Further reading: www.ttrr.org/bd_text/bdrh_001.html
Borate and Daggett railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Barstow Transported borate from the mines at Borate to Daggett. The narrow gauge B&D transferred processed borate to the standard gauge line located in Daggett: first the Atlantic & Pacific RR, later the Santa Fe(ATSF) RR. Zoom out to the 1000-2000
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Big_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Big_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Big_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
Carson & Colorado/Southern Pacific railbed (abandoned)(en)USA / California / Big_Pine This abandoned narrow-gauge railbed was originally built by the Carson and Colorado Railroad, later owned by Southern Pacific.
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