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January 13, 2015


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What a gorgeous tribute to Martin Luther King. I'd love to see the bridge at night. I'm sure it's stunning when illuminated!

Julie Henning

Another hidden gem in Fort Wayne!

Dominique King

I'm hoping to go back and see it at night, Tonya!

Fort Wayne had lots of nice surprises, Julie. Y'all know what a fan I am of bridge, too! This one and the nearby historic Wells Street Bridge that I wrote about a couple of months back were both worth checking out.

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