Photograph: Steve Berlin

Made 10/18/97 about ten miles east of Lucin, UT.

Numerous wooden trestles are found along the grade to bridge the many washes that conduct the usually sparse but occasionally torrential rains from the semi-desert flatlands toward the Great Salt Lake. Most are not original construction but replacements installed around the turn-of-the-century. The trestles are not considered safe to support automobiles so modern-day travelers along the old railbed must detour around them. View looking generally north.

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