The Panama Railroad today is not in operation, but is being completely renovated all the way down to each and every tie.  Top left and right show the 95 foot above sea-level causeways built so many years ago with tall wooden trestles.  Below left the Gamboa bridge only serves automobile traffic and the Gold Hill line bottom right shows only a narrow path through the jungle ready to reclaim it.  The relocation line sits silent with hopes of hearing the clacketeeclack of the rolling stock again someday.  

Photos are the courtesy of Wilson and Company - Engineers & Architects and Marble Street Studio.
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