The full title of this government photograph reads Relocation P.R.R. – The Quebrancho Bottom, looking South. This embankment will be 1700 feet long and contain 800,000 cubic yards. June 1910.
The Panama Railroad was intricately tied to Canal construction efforts, and many great photographs of the railroad and associated equipment in use document this history. We would love to hear any thoughts or information pertaining to the track relocation as seen here, or to the use of the railroad and other parts of this interesting history.
Celebrating 160 Years of the Panama Railroad (1855-2015)