Trestles

Due to the chasms that naturally existed between two hillsides or mountainsides, trestles were heavily utilized by the railroad. In fact, according to the mileage and track chart of the Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Railway, records reflect that from Denver to Tabernash, an impressive 67 trestles helped to bridge the gaps. Some were made from steel girders but a clear majority were built from wood.” (description of Trestles, Rollins Pass, page 31)

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