A few years ago I took this photo of 2 trains going west near the Freya bridge. Now it's a parking lot
for new cars from the factories. But it always was not this way, It was the home of a large meat packing plant.
The upper tracks was the original Northern Pacific main line. The lower line was the new main line.
Looking west from the bridge itself, the photographer shot the east entrance through the fence.
My suspicions is that the car was the photographer's.
The new main has been installed on the left. The Armour plant is now located on the north track.
Next time you cross the Freya bridge check it out. Keith Wiles worked this area when is worked for the
BNSF as the west switcher for the Yardley yard. When they banned cattle cars from the railroad that
took out the need for the plant. Nothing ever stays the same.