|The High Line Bridge, North Dakota|
The High Line bridge is in Valley City, ND near mile 65 of the BNSF Jamestown subdivision, a secondary main line running west of Fargo. It sees a few trains a day over it, and probably a train or two under it from the CP line that ducks under the eastern end of the bridge.
|Panorama view of the High Line Bridge in North Dakota (west=left)|
The bridge is 3,860 feet (1,180m) long and towers 162 feet (49m) above the Sheyenne River. It is just a few feet shorter than the Salmon River trestle and 33 feet shorter. The High Line bridge has 61 spans.
|A lot of steelwork in the High Line Bridge|
|Wide angle view of the BNSF High Line Bridge|
Sadly no trains came along in the short time that I was near the bridge. Perhaps next time!