The Gregarious Railfan
Railroad Bridges
Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, MA
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"Underwood under Buzzards Bay Bridge" by United States Navy, Kevin Burke - Navy NewsStand Photo ID: 060613-N-9999B-001Navy
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GPS:  N 41.74200, W 70.61376

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Railroad: Cape Cod Central RR; &  

Railfan Access: Excellent, parking even

Description:   The Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge (also known as the Buzzards Bay Railroad Bridge), a vertical lift
bridge in Bourne, Massachusetts near Buzzards Bay, carries railroad traffic across the Cape Cod Canal, connecting Cape
Cod with the mainland.  The rail line over the bridge, which is owned by Mass DOT, is used by Massachusetts Coastal
Railroad and seasonal tourist trains operated by the Cape Cod Central Railroad. The bridge also is being used by the
Cape FLYER, a seasonal passenger train that began operation between Boston South Station and Hyannis starting on
May 24, 2013.   
From Wikipedia

Nearby RR stuff:  The Buzzards Bay Train Station and Tower (see Buzzard Bay - Cape Cod Rails link below)
Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge    (Speeded up)
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Denver Todd is The Gregarious Railfan
Todd Sestero publishes the RAILFAN GUIDES of the U.S.   
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