I believe its the "whoops, no more money" project.
wow, I had not realized all that... oh dear... of course Facebook is no better when it comes to your photos, sadly.
AfterimageB & crhistoryfan I appreciate you both taking the time to view my gallery. This bridge definitely was a part of the CRandIC RR. Someone with access to old RR route maps has said that it was also CNW but you may be right and he may be mistaken. I may have to find some old RR maps myself and check on it. Many thanks to you both for your kind comments. Best wishes, Dave.
AfterimageB I am very pleased you viewed my gallery. This church is still there. Just across the street from the AT Averill house. Best wishes, Dave.
AfterimageB I appreciate you taking a look at my gallery. As far as I know it is still standing. Many thanks and best wishes, Dave.
Many thanks for the comments, likes and YS's, Jim, Catherine and Simona -- all are very much appreciated!
Greetings from California, Bruce
Yeah, it had to die some...century. As a kid in the 1960s on the way to the summer cottage at Cannon Beach I enjoyed this amazing tree. Fifteen feet dbh and 204' tall, is that right? It snapped off in the big windstorm a few years back. I have a sliver of it as a keepsake. It broke off about 60' up. Hopefully they'll keep the wayside open just for nostalgia's sake.
Great picture! Nice gallery.
I remember these tracks when I was a kid. Crossing one time just about where you took the pic and one of my shoes got caught in the mud when a train was coming. I got unstuck the minute my hand touched the train that was coming.
I bet it looks that way today too. I was just reading an article on gazetteonline and they show a pic very similar to yours that was taken somewhere on F20.