Welcome to the CNWHS Photo Gallery!

The C&NWHS invites you to post C&NW and related railroad photos. Like to add your photos?


blackhills.jpg
Black Hills, SD1326 viewsPassenger train to Lead SD.
Collection of Ron Christensen
Bascule bridge.jpg
Bridge Bascule Bridge Chicago, IL1359 viewsThis was the longest double track bascule bridge in the world. (170 feet). The post card was postmarked Omaha, NEB. April 19, 1909. Collection of Ron Christensen
Clinton-bridge.jpg
Bridge Clinton, IA1157 viewsC&NW bridge over the Mississippi River at Clinton. Collection of Jim H. Yanke

Clintonbridge.jpg
Bridge Clinton, IA1077 viewsThe Mississippi bridge in Clinton Iowa. This view is from the west end. Note the signal on the left. Post card not dated. Collection Ron Christensen
High bridge.jpg
Bridge FtDDM&S Bridge Boone, IA1154 viewsThe trolley crossing the high bridge on the Fort Dodge Des Moines And Southern RR. Collection of Ron Christensen
CNW_PC_060_2_1.jpg
Bridge Green Bay, Wisconsin204 viewsC&NW bridge over the Fox River at Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Train appears to be No. 214 the Peninsula 400. The C&NW used this bridge for several publicity photos. From the collection of Nick Jenkins.
Kate Shelly.jpg
Bridge Kate Shelly Bridge Boone, IA1360 viewsPresident McKinley's train crossing the bridge traveling East. The post card was postmarked July 28, 1908 at Los Angles Cal. Collection of Ron Christensen.
cnw1617.jpg
C&NW 16171683 viewsStreamlined pacific for the "Minnesota 400." Posed circa late 1940's. C&NW photo.
Undated postcard. From the collection of Bill Hakkarinen
Chetek Canning.jpg
Canning Factory Chetek, WI1151 viewsSmall Canning Factory located in Chetek, WI circa 1910, on the Omaha Road. This facility was just north of the Depot. From the collection of Paul August.
CGW.jpg
CGW Viaduct at Fort Dodge, Iowa1423 viewsThe bridge length was 2582 feet long, the height was 138 feet, and 3326 tons of steel was used in the construction. Collection of Ron Christensen
xDakota-400-Merrimac.jpg
Dakota 4001307 viewsAfternoon train 518, the "Dakota 400" at Merrimac in April 1955. Photo by William D. Middleton. From the collection of Paul August.
xDakota-400.jpg
Dakota 4001604 viewsTrain 519, The "Dakota 400" at Wilton, WI in July, 1956. Photo by Donald E. Smith. From the collection of Paul August.
72 files on 6 page(s) 1