Built By: Bob Wilcox

Description: Many of the county roads in the mid-west crossed rail lines with trestle bridges. I have great memories of riding the vista-domes of the Burlington's California Zephyr and zipping under these structures, lined on either side with underbrush and sumac. The bridges were also great places for country boys to linger and imagine a day when they could ride a magnificent train to far away places.

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