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October 07, 2010


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Sarah V.

You DO like bridges! :) I particularly like the Windsor Mills bridge with its sunshine pattern. Amazing that these structures are (or were) funcational and are aesthetically pleasing too.

Dominique King

Sarah-I keep saying I have a thing for bridges :lol:

I liked that Windsor Mills bridge with its "sunshine" pattern, too.

Part of what I found so interesting about some of the Ashtabula bridges was the backstory about the former county engineer who championed the spans and building a number of new ones since the 1980s

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