Railway Archeolgy Photos
Many rail lines have come and gone down through the years, sometimes leaving evidence of their presence long after they are gone. Some of these things are easy to distinguish, like the numerous empty railroad stations found in towns across the country which were rendered useless by the passing of the way freight and the local passenger train. Others are harder to recognize, like the overgrown roadbeds of long gone electric interurban railways. This page is devoted to photographic documentation of these remnants of a bygone era.