|Steven J. Brown posted|
Chesapeake and Ohio 614 is at Saint Joseph, Michigan - June 21, 1981 at 5:51am.
|Brian Caswell posted|
Another perspective as Q326 Rolls through St. Joseph Michigan on its way to Grand Rapids / April 2021
Roger Riblett shared
|Joe Anstey posted, cropped|
Swing bridge at the mouth of the St. Joseph river in St. Joseph, Michigan built in 1904 and still in use. It's always been my dream job to run it.
|Michael Moran commented on Joe's post|
I live and work in St. Joe, so I have more pictures. Here is the bridge open with an approach shown
|Michael Moran commented on his commentBridge closed with Amtrak.|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's post|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's postWestbound on #1 track to the main. BNSF power, view from the coop.|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's post"Alpena" inbound to LaFarge dock.|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's postIt's a tight fit! Need a shoe horn and some dish soap to get er in there. Watch those fenders, please.|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's postAnother view from the flip side.|
|TJ Cullerton commented on Joe's postHere's part of the old switching system used to line trains. Normal movement was West off #1 track to the main and East on #2 track main.|
|TJ Cullerton posted|
CG MP 87.63 The CSX RR Swing Bridge on the St. Joseph River in St. Joseph, MI. I took this years ago when I was a Bridge Tender.
Dave Mosier: Get paid to fish!! That's what I'd have done. 3rd trick best time to catfish.
TJ Cullerton: Dave Mosier - frowned upon. I will say that when that bridge spins, the fish go wild.