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Photo of The Greenville Trestle
The Greenville Trestle

This amazing structure was built in 1908 to replace the first wooden trestle that burned to the ground, A Railroad Enthusiast special ran over it in 1971 and the last freight was a year later. Much of the Greenville branch is a rail trail today, but the trestle is not part of it. It was removed in 1984.

Photographed by Ron DeFilippo, 1969.
Added to the photo archive by Ron DeFilippo, November 23, 2019.
Railroad: Boston & Maine.

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Visitor Comments about this Photo:

Nice! too bad it's gone.

Posted by Lost Kodachrome on 2019-11-23 10:12:44

Nice photo and interesting story. Thanks for posting. Shame it is gone.

Posted by Jonathan Mayhew on 2019-11-25 08:52:24

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