Foss River Bridge

BNSF still uses this rail bridge, built in 1909 for Great Northern.  It crosses the Foss River, and is the last point of interest along this rail line until one reaches the Cascade Tunnel under Stevens Pass.  I've seen a print of a spectacular photograph catching an eastbound train crossing here at dusk after heavy snowfall.

It's made of Carnegie steel (yes, that Carnegie), likely from Homestead, PA.


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