<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>96 Rails Along the Columbia, Eric Fisher, Via Magazine</TITLE> </HEAD> <body bgcolor="FFFFFF" text="000000" link="0000FF" vlink="FF0000" alink="0000FF"> <basefont face="Arial, Tahoma, Times New Roman" size="3" color="#000033"> <TABLE border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0"> <TR align="left" valign="top"> <td><small> <A href="https://sgi25.netservers.net/bluefish.org/thefilm.htm">the film</A><br> <A href="forum.htm">forum</A><br> <A href="library.htm">library</A><br> <A href="tutorial.htm">tutorial</A><br> <A href="contact.htm">contact</A> </small></td> <TD> <A href="economic.htm"><img src="images/economic.gif" border="0" width="110" height="110" align="center" alt="Economic and dam related articles"></a> <TD> <CENTER><FONT FACE="Arial, Helvetica" COLOR="0000FF"> <strong><BIG><H2 align="center">Rails Along the Columbia</H2> </BIG></STRONG></FONT><FONT COLOR="FF0000">by Eric Fisher <BR>Via Magazine, July/Aug 2007</FONT></CENTER> </TABLE> <HR> <P align="left"> There is another reason for people to visit the Columbia River ("Exploring the Mighty Columbia", May/June): The train watching is great. Union Pacific's tracks are on one side of the river and BNSF's tracks are on the other side. As many as three or four trains can be seen -- in full thunder -- at the same time.

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