I was going to skip yet-another-trestle in the Dakotas until I noticed it was CB&Q.
It was a wooden trestle that was built in 1890 and filled in 1899. It was on a branch that went north from CB&Q's mainline from Edgemont to Deadwood. The branch had spurs to Hot Springs, Keystone, and Spearfish. I wonder what type of mines CB&Q was serving.
|David Fransen posted|
Identified as the CBQ railroad bridge on the line between Edgemont, South Dakota and Deadwood. "CBQ" was the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. The railroad entered South Dakota from Chadron and served the Black Hills area.
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