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.
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