With its 17 tunnels and 14 major trestles, this historical railroad through the Carrizo Gorge in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park includes one of the largest woodpile trestle bridges in the world.
The rich history of Owens Valley and the Eastern Sierra is preserved at this former railroad station & settlement outside of Bishop, CA.
Housed within a former subway station in downtown Brooklyn, this underground institution guides visitors through the evolution of one of the largest transportation systems in the world.
This hike has all my favorite things: abandoned tunnels, [sh]Arts, nature and lots of incredible history.
Built to move large equipment during the construction of the dam, this former rail line offers panoramic views of Lake Mead and snakes through five railroad tunnels on its way toward Hoover Dam.
All aboard! Exploring the amazing Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris, CA.
A historic hike along the Sam Merrill Trail past the Cobb Estate and the ruins of Mount Lowe Railway, Echo Mountain House and the White City.
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