There are hundreds of ways to experience Idaho’s incredible scenery up close and personal, but there’s something spectacularly All-American about the opportunity to see it from the perspective of a train, barrelling down the tracks. Sadly, Idaho’s last Pacific passenger line shut down in 2016, leaving railfans and explorers aching for something new.

Sometimes, Idahoans know how to get creative.

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What do you think? I’d love to see Idaho’s abandoned tracks restored, but this might be a good way to explore Idaho’s oldest rails in style! If you have any more info about legal spots for rail-riding, drop a comment below.

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