Plumas County Points of Interest
At Keddie, six miles west of Quincy, stands the only railroad wye in the world with two legs on bridges and a closing track in a tunnel. This imposing structure, known as the Keddie Wye, was the scene of Western Pacific's Last Spike Ceremony on November 1, 1909.
The wye stands high above the waters of Spanish Creek. The town of Keddie was named after Arthur W. Keddie, the original surveyor of the railroad route through the Feather River Canyon.
Source: 7 Wonders of the Railroad World published by Plumas County Visitors Bureau