American Orient Express

luxury in southeast idaho ¦ text and photos by steve spring


 


...aoe's european style logo...




...nyc class...




...champagne luxury...




...p42 160 is representative of typical aoe power...




...dome class...




...high speed in the wildflowers...




...watch your step!




...voltage....




...moonlight becomes her...




...reflections...




...night arrivals...




...bus service meets the aoe...




...in idaho falls yard...




...meeting the eirr at idaho falls...




...at monida pass...




...aoe passes monida, idaho, once a helper station...




...traversing beaver canyon...




...heading for roberts, idaho...



Idaho Falls resident Steve Spring is a frequent contributor to NWOR, and additionally is VP of the Eagle Rock Railroad Historical Society. More of his photography can be seen at his PBase gallery. The author would like to thank Layne Hanson for his help in editing this article and Ben Ostenson for his knowledge of Montana Sub. Steve can be reached at lazarus@ida.net.


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