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Category Archives: Railroads

Day 253

Something different: from the Virtual Railfan camera in Skykomish, WA:  The East Bound AMTRAK passenger train goes through Skykomish every evening; the West Bound every morning.  This is the East Bound.   ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 246

A fast trip to Kalispell for Avis: got to see a rainbow! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 204

Lugnut and ‘Stache on the way to the Fair! Photo by DD#1. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>  

Day 130

Marmot down under the Rainbow Trestle. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 50

This is the Verde Canyon Railroad.  I have ridden it!  It runs about 20 miles up into the canyons, then it goes through a tunnel, before heading back.  that was after dark, and the stars would rotate as the railcars moved around the curves…Spectacular! This was take for the February/Alphabet thing the Camera Club has […]

Year 13! Day 20!

On this supposed wonderful day celebrating the peaceful exchange of power in the USA, DC is an armed camp (more than it usually is by 25,000 troops) for a failed and minor riot that the reigning Party has decided to use for all kinds of political purposes while ignoring much more violent and deadly riots […]

Day 162

Rainbow Trestle, Dam and Falls, and down around the bend at the little bit of white, Crooked Falls, the last (visible) undammed falls on the Missouri! (iPhone panorama: click to enlarge; BACK to return!) ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 144

Rainbow Trestle, Dam and Falls. With power lines! Another panorama from the Rainbow Trestle, dam and Falls to Crooked Falls. Just some clouds.

Day 143

Sunset over the Missouri; a train on the RR bridge over the River (x2!) and down by Giant Springs. (A cellphone panorama…) ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 142

A nice cellphone panorama on River’s Edge Trail just past the Lewis and Clark Overlook. Visible are both Rainbow Trestle, Dam and Falls on the left, and Crooked Falls on the right, the last undimmed Falls of the several Great Falls of the Missouri. (Click on it a couple of times to enlarge it; BACK […]