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B N's often-overlooked route between Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry, Idaho

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Railfair '91: Celebration I
C alifornia State Railroad Museum pays tribute to the Iron Horse

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Railfair '91: UP Steams to Sacramento
A little help from Uncle Pete makes all the difference

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C OVER: In May, California State Railroad Museum threw the biggest party to celebrate rail roading that America has seen in years, complete with an impressive collection of locomo tives and other rail equipment, both old and new. During the exciting build-up to Railfair '9 1 i n Sacramento, Union Pacific's doubleheader steam excursion featuring 844 a nd 3 985 r oars through the S-curves at James, Calif., on April 27, 1 99 1 , e n route to the big show. A dam C legg

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