Allagash Wilderness Waterway Video Series: Chamberlain Lake Tramway Railroad Trestle Paddle by: Uncut & Unedited!

This is the 5th video in the Allagash Wilderness Waterway series documenting our trip to the Allagash in August 2016.  This video is completely uncut & unedited, from Day 1 of our trip as we paddle past the remnants of the Chamberlain Lake Tramway Railroad Trestle.

The 1,500 foot long trestle was built in 1926 and spans shore-to-shore on Chamberlain Lake. The trestle once carried trains and their loads of logs across Allagash Stream in the late 1920’s.

For more information on the Tramway and the Abandoned Locomotives including how to find the trains click here.

MORE ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAY VIDEOS:

Highlights Video showing clips from our entire 98.5 mile Allagash Wilderness Waterway Trip.

Chase Rapids, a section of continuous fastwater and class I and II whitewater that stretches almost 9 miles along the Allagash River.

Angela Quintal-Snowman
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Angela Quintal-Snowman

Adventurer at Untamed Mainer
Angela enjoys exploring the many beautiful and unique natural places in Maine and sharing her outdoor experiences with others.When not out exploring Maine woods, trails, mountains and waterways Angela can be found plotting and planning her next adventure or buying another backpack.(Because you can never have too many).
Angela Quintal-Snowman
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