At 3,920 feet long, the Salmon River Trestle is a sight to see. From this vantage point though, it seems so small. Here, 306 crosses the trestle with some Fall colors popping through.
CN Q121 crosses the 3,920 foot Salmon River trestle, running a few hours late.
The little Salmon River Trestle is quite the sight to see in Northern New Brunswick, about 15 minutes south of Grand Falls, this 3,920 foot long trestle is a great spot for photography. Fall has a... (more)
After crossing the Salmon River Trestle, train 474 rounds the bend, approaching a rock cut at the Cemetery Road overpass.
Eastbound manifest freight 474 crosses the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle after meeting CN 305 a few miles to the west. Beautiful scene high up in the country side.
Leaser power CREX 1518 leads stack train Q121 across the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle at New Denmark, New Brunswick.
Stack train Q121 crosses the massive 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle in Northern, New Brunswick, at New Denmark.
Eastbound train 474 starts it's trek on the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle at New Denmark, in Fall colors.
With the Fall season in full force, and eastbound mixed freight crosses over the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle, just south of Grand Falls, New Brunswick. Train was relatively short, with the ent... (more)
CN 8103 leads westbound train Q121, as they head across the 3,920 foot Salmon River trestle on Canada Day, 2016.
Three CN SD40-2W's 5258, 5270 and 5291 eastbound at New Denmark, N.B. on April 30, 2005.
A CN eastbound X474 starts it's trek across the massive 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle at New Denmark, New Brunswick.
CN 2665 leads an X474 eastbound, as they cross the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle in New Denmark, New Brunswick on a cool Fall afternoon.
In some late Fall evening light, eastbound train M306 crosses the massive Salmon River Trestle, at New Denmark, New Brunswick. The bridge stands at 3,920 feet in length.
THE BIG TRESTLE CN 2821 leads a B730 potash train as they cross over the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle on an overcast morning. This was a new vantage point for me to shoot at, and It's wo... (more)