|Photos from a 2015 hike from Reedsville through the top part of Mann Narrows:|
|View up the Kish Creek from the still remaining Milroy Secondary bridge. The abandon piers are from one connection of the wye from the Kishacoquillas Valley Railroad.|
|Looking downstream.||Looking across the bridge, railroad-east, towards Reedsville.|
|View railroad-west along the right-of-way.|
|View railroad-east towards the bridge.||This is how closely the railroad followed the creek. Must have been a beautiful ride back in the day!|
|Continuing railroad-west. We've just gone under the Rt. 322 bridge.||Looking back...|
|Continuing...||The foundation of the railroad's water tank survives!|
|Another view of the Reedsville bridge on the way out.|
|2015 Photos from the Mid-Point of the Narrows:|
|The old pier on the opposite shore was from when the road crossed the railroad at-grade -- three bridges ago! The railroad right-of-way can be seen running left to right just above the bank. The third bridge was recently built and takes away vertical clearance once required by the railroad.||The view upstream. The railroad was at left.|
|The view downstream. Near center on the opposite bank is a remnant of a pier from trolley bridge.|
|2015 Photos by Jerry Britton:|
|Remnants of bridge 4.04.|
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