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Milwaukee Road (more..)
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Montana Highway 294 Crossing (more..)
Loweth, Montana, USA (more..)
August, 1992
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Brian Ziegler (more..)
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Twelve years after the Milwaukee Road's Pacific Coast extension abandonment, skeletons of a pair of ABS block signals still stand between Lennup and Loweth MT.
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