Looking Back: historic train trestle

Posted on 09 October 2017

Looking Back: Marent Trestle

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Northern Pacific Railroad workers stand next to a steam engine and car on the Marent Gulch trestle near Evaro Hill outside of Missoula. This photo was taken in 1883, the year the trestle was built. The 226-feet-tall trestle is still used today, although it's been rebuilt, for passenger and freight traffic out of Missoula.   
Photo by F. Jay Haynes/courtesy of the Montana Historical Society


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