Central Pacific Railway

Reporting mark: CPRR
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CPRR - Alice Street Drawbridge (Alameda County, California)
Built 1873; Replaced 1898 by the Harrison Street Bridge
Howe through truss bridge over Oakland Estuary on Central Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

CPRR - Bear River Bridge (Box Elder County, Utah)
Built 1882; Replaced & dismantled 1896; Rebuilt in Oregon 1901.
Whipple through truss bridge over Bear River on Central Pacific Railroad relocated to Springfield, Oregon.
Replaced by a new bridge

NCRy - Dresser Bridge (1906) (Alameda County, California)
Warren through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Hwy 84 on Niles Canyon Railway
Open to traffic

NCRy - Farwell Bridge (1896) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1896, replacing the original single-span covered wooden Howe Truss.
Pratt through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and CA-84 on Niles Canyon Railway
Open to traffic

NCRy - Mission Blvd/CA-238 Overpass (Alameda County, California)
Built 1937; Replaced 2006
Lost Girder bridge over Mission Blvd/CA-238 on Niles Canyon Railway/Union Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Dresser Bridge (1866) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1866 by Western Pacific Railroad (1862-1870); two original piers still used.
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Niles Canyon Road on Southern Pacific Railroad
Superstructure replaced

SP - Dresser Bridge (1893) (Alameda County, California)
Second wood Howe truss replaced and concrete pier added 1883
Lost Howe through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Niles Canyon Road on Southern Pacific Railroad
Superstructure replaced

SP - Farwell Bridge (1866) (Alameda County, California)
Built 1866
Lost single-span covered wooden Howe through truss bridge over Alameda Creek and Niles Canyon Road on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Mossdale Bridge (1869) (San Joaquin County, California)
Built 1869; Replaced 1895
Lost Truss bridge over San Joaquin River on Southern Pacific Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

SP - Shasta Line Tunnel #5 (Shasta County, California)
Built 1884; Expanded 1927; Inundated 1948
Bridge on Southern Pacific Railroad
Inundated

SP - Shasta Line Tunnel #6 (Shasta County, California)
Built ca. 1884; Inundated 1948
Tunnel on Central Pacific/Southern Pacific Railroad
Inundated

SP - Summit Tunnels 6, 7, and 8 (Placer County, California)
Built by the Central Pacific Railway as part of the original transcontinental railway to finally cross the Sierra's at Donner Pass; Track 1 abandoned in 1996
Abandoned tunnels on former Central Pacific (later SP) Railroad
Abandoned

UP - Summit Tunnel (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1925
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad under Pengra Pass
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 0 (Placer County, California)
Abandoned tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Derelict/abandoned

UP - Tunnel 1 (Placer County, California)
Built 1868
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 13 (Placer County, California)
Built 1868
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open

UP - Tunnel 18 (Placer County, California)
Built 1909
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 18 (Siskiyou County, California)
Built 1909
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 23 (Placer County, California)
Built 1909
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 24 (Placer County, California)
Build 1910
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 25 (Placer County, California)
Built 1910
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 26 (Placer County, California)
Built 1909
Tunnel under Under Railroad on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 27 (Placer County, California)
Built 1910
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railraod
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 28 (Placer County, California)
Built 1908
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 29 (Placer County, California)
Built 1909
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 3 (Placer County, California)
Built 1868; widened and double tracked 1921 & 1942
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 34 (Placer County, California)
Built 1913
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 35 (Nevada County, California)
Built 1924
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 36 (Nevada County, California)
Built 1924
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 37 (Nevada County, California)
Built 1925
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 38 (Placer County, California)
Built 1924 by Central Pacific (later SP) Railroad
Tunnel on UP (former SP) Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 39 (Placer County, California)
Built 1924
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 4 (Placer County, California)
Built 1868; widened and double tracked 1921; widened 1942
Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic

UP - Tunnel 41 (Placer County, California)
Built 1925
Tunnel under Donner Pass (Mount Judah) on Union Pacific Railroad
Open to traffic