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Heisler No. 6 Steam Engine pulling out of Hevener Station in Durbin, West Virginia #steamengine #train #locomotive #railroad #rail #oldtrain #WalkerVintageParts

Heisler No. 6 Steam Engine pulling out of Hevener Station in Durbin, West Virginia #steamengine #train #locomotive #railroad #rail #oldtrain #WalkerVintageParts

MILW, Harmony, Minnesota, 1976 Eastbound Milwaukee Road freight train led by SW1 switchers at Harmony, Minnesota, on July 19, 1976. Photograph by John F. Bjorklund, © 2016, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Bjorklund-64-29-03

MILW, Harmony, Minnesota, 1976 Eastbound Milwaukee Road freight train led by SW1 switchers at Harmony, Minnesota, on July 19, 1976. Photograph by John F. Bjorklund, © 2016, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Bjorklund-64-29-03

Discover the Durango & Silverton Railroad in Durango, Colorado

The Durango train winds through breathtaking canyons in the remote wilderness of the two-million acre San Juan National Forest for an unforgettable year-round adventure.

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Early timber bridges had their drawbacks. Untreated lumber only lasted about 20 years and locomotives could easily cause the wood to catch fire.

The first use of timber for building bridges probably emerged when someone decided to place a log over a stream to cross over. However, the 1830s boom in