Friday, November 13, 2009

Erie Railroad: Wyoming Division


Looking east in the big cut near Milepost 14. This is where the bridge for Nay Aug Falls & Elmhurst Boulevard once was. A portion of the road can still be found on top of the right side of the cut.

7 comments:

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also a small section of the old Elmhurst roadway on top of the narrow ridge in the left of photo. i'm guessing the bridge crossed over at an angle from that point. its a shame that there are no pictures of that bridge in existance. if you find any could you please post them? thanx and keep up the great work.

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also what appears to be a small section of the old Elmhurst roadway on top of the narrow ridge on the left. from that point i'm guessing the bridge crossed over at an angle.

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also what appears to be a small section of the old Elmhurst roadway on top of the narrow ridge on the left. from that point i'm guessing the bridge crossed over at an angle.

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also what appears to be a small remnant of the old Elmhurst roadway on top of the narrow ridge to the left. I'm having no luck finding any old pictures of that bridge. If you have any could you post them? thanx and keep up the great work.

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also what appears to be a small section of the old roadway on top of the narrow ridge on the left side. I'm guessing the bridge crossed over at an angle from that point.

daniel gabriel said...

great picture, Frank. There is also what appears to be a small section of the old roadway on top of the narrow ridge on the left side. I'm guessing the bridge crossed over at an angle from that point.

Frank Dutton said...

I have yet to see a photo of that bridge, or a photo taken from it.