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September 24, 2009


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I love bridges. Great pictures--thans for sharing!


Angela-Thanks for stopping by! I've got a thing for bridges myself, and this was such an interesting old bridge (still in service)!


Very cool when a structure can illustrate history with the story of how it was built, why it was built, and the personal lives of those who built it. I find that so fascinating. Great post!


Lora-Thanks! I just knew the bridge would have a cool backstory when I first saw it.

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