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Stone Bridge (Rhode Island)
Posted August 20, 2015, by Douglas

This bridge is similar to the old spit bridge a Strauss double leaf heel trunnion bascule bridge which is replaced with a single leaf bascule bridge crossing the Middle Harbor in Sydney Australia South Wales.

Posted August 20, 2015, by Tommy dillon (bucketheadnlittlep [at] gmail [dot] com )

This old bridge believe it or not must still be sound as I witness semi trucks 18 wheeler cross this bridge and average of 3 or 5 a week. I live next to this bridge . Unbelievable

Washington Bridge (Connecticut)
Posted August 20, 2015, by Manuel Ferreira (mgferreira [at] engenheiros [dot] pt)

Please check: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_Bridge_(Connecticut)

In this page it says the designer was J.A.L.Waddell.

Posted August 20, 2015, by Mark Dellbringge

Noticed the Pratt span on the MO side (just before the three main spans) has recently been removed. Much of the roadway deck on the MO side has been removed and only outriggers remain.

Fall tour
Posted August 20, 2015, by Julie Bowers (jbowerz1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Is there a bridgehunter gathering this year? I would offer to hold a weekend in Michigan in the Workin' Bridges offices in Holt. We could ask Vern and Nels to speak and see some bridges to the south and east. I can ask Nathan...I know some of you were here last year. I am thinking 3-4 weeks from now. We will also have an open office to celebrate 5 years and discuss our project in Delaware, where the McIntyre Bowstring will find a new home. We have a lot going on and would like to share and celebrate saving bridges. Couldn't have done it without bridgehunter.

Re: ECOMOMIC COLLAPSE (sick)
Posted August 19, 2015, by Bill Eichelberger

How much of a nudge would it take to make you to follow through on your threat?

Re: ECOMOMIC COLLAPSE (sic)
Posted August 19, 2015, by James Baughn (webmaster [at] bridgehunter [dot] com)

I hope "Anonymous" realizes that I can easily track his identity based on IP number. I'm on the verge of banning him from the website completely.

Posted August 19, 2015, by Luke

According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cajon_Pass the Palmdale cutoff line was opened in 1967.

Posted August 19, 2015, by Terry Graham (tjranch91 [at] gmail [dot] com)

When was the Deck plate girder bridge over Cajon Pass put in? Thanks :)

Sioux Narrows, Canada Bridge
Posted August 19, 2015, by Kevin Skow (weatherbum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Not a U.S. bridge, but a cool idea nonetheless.

The Sioux Narrows, Ontario truss bridge spanned Lake of the Woods from 1936 to 2002. It was the longest single span wooden bridge in North America, if not the world. More info on the bridge can be found at: http://lakeofthewoods.com/stories-from-the-lake/the-sioux-na...

My family often stayed at resorts near Sioux Narrows when I was a kid and I spent much time around that bridge. When the beloved bridge was replaced in the mid 2000s, not only was the new bridge clad in the timbers from the old bridge, but some of the timbers were cut up and sold as a fundraiser for the local fire department (http://www.kenoradailyminerandnews.com/2008/07/02/sioux-narr...).

I picked up one of these wooden mementos while on another fishing trip this past July. It's a very nice keepsake--you can even still smell the creosote in the wood!

Posted August 19, 2015, by Kevin Skow (weatherbum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Nice find!

Posted August 19, 2015, by Randy (csx7300 [at] aol [dot] com)

The new replacement welded beam girder bridge opened in Summer 2011.

Posted August 19, 2015, by Randy (csx7300 [at] aol [dot] com)

This bridge is currently undergoing replacement.

Posted August 19, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

US 6

Posted August 19, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

Carried US 6 until 1973 when I-74 was completed.

Posted August 19, 2015, by Lynzlu (lynzlu [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Does anyone happen to have photos of or information about the old glue factory that was near the bridge here?

Bridge comment
Posted August 19, 2015, by Anonymous

WARNING GET READY FOR NEXT MONTH OF THINGS HAPPENING THIS SHEMITAH YEAR SEPT 13 2015 TOTAL ECOMOMIC COLLAPSE TO THE EMP ATTACK AND THE WORST TRAGEDIES EVER THIS FALL!! FELLOW BRIDGE HUNTER USERS WAKE UP !!!

Posted August 19, 2015, by James Hartman (jhar614440 [at] aol [dot] com)

Why does IDOT do the maintenance on the I-24 bridge at Paducah? Appears to me the bridge is almost wholly in Kentucky.

Posted August 18, 2015, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Turns out the bridge does indeed have an interesting history. Spans came from Chaska, Minnesota; Ottumwa, Iowa and Madrid, Iowa. All were built between 1886 and 1888 at the original locations, and relocated here in 1911.

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

Carried River to River Road, IA 7 and US 32. Bypassed by new alignment in 1930.

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

This bridge also carried US 161. This alignment was abandoned in 1956 for a new one in anticipation of the Coralville Dam. These small creek bridges were dynamited in place later on. (I do not remember where I read that however. May have been in Marlin Ingalls highway book)

Posted August 18, 2015, by Luke

According to the "Heubringer's Map & Guide for the River-to-River Road", it carried the Muscatine Branch of the River-to-River Road that went from Davenport to West Liberty via Muscatine: https://archive.org/stream/huebingersmapgui00hueb/huebingers...

Posted August 18, 2015, by Luke

According to the "Heubringer's Map & Guide for the River-to-River Road", it carried the Muscatine Branch of the River-to-River Road that went from Davenport to West Liberty via Muscatine: https://archive.org/stream/huebingersmapgui00hueb/huebingers...

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

This is not a River to River Road Bridge. The River to River Road was much more northerly, near Wilton and Moscow. This bridge would have carried the Great White Way, and Iowa Primary 2.

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

This bridge never carried the River to River Road. The River to River Road crossed the Cedar at Moscow.

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

South side of bridge

Posted August 18, 2015, by Dave Darby (dwdarby [at] aol [dot] com)

When the Iowa Highway Commission straightened the route between Brooklyn and Victor in 1925, this bridge was left behind. Not only did the road bypass it, but now, even the creek bypasses it. These photos were taken October 19th, 2013

Posted August 18, 2015, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Kelly,as for that guy telling you you were not allowed to be there,ask him if he can show you ownership papers of the bridge and the roadway while we're at it.that ought to shut him up.

Posted August 18, 2015, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

john,as for the ownership of the bridge and waterway,i am familiar with that having fished for salmon in new York state.as for the bridge repair cost that does sound familiar even in pa.where I live.

RE: Bridge comment
Posted August 17, 2015, by Anonymous

Because they're duplicates that need to be deleted.

Posted August 17, 2015, by Brent Tindall (bizzat219 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The two photos added below on 8/13/2015 are of Narrows Covered Bridge, not Cox Ford Covered Bridge.

Green Bridge (New Hampshire)
Posted August 17, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Well its scrap metal now. Typical NH approach. Nearly all the Storrs truss bridges have been demolished in a 1-2 year period. So much for local significance!

http://goo.gl/1P4DhY

Bridge comment
Posted August 17, 2015, by Anonymous

Why these Redundants Please delete?!

Posted August 17, 2015, by John Williams (snownette [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The state owns the bridge as it is over a state waterway. However, the land not in the canal right of way belongs to the individual landowners. As to the repair of the bridge, the message I got from NYSDOT was pretty much never. A recent report indicates that it would cost near 10.5 million dollars to repair the bridge and rehabilitate the roadway so no deal.

Cobban Bridge (Wisconsin)
Posted August 17, 2015, by Marilyn Murphy (Mjmurphy1970 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Due to recent local news articles about possibly not replacing the bridge, I have started a Facebook page titled, Save the Cobban Bridge. Please LIKE the page to see links to the news articles and other information about the bridge. As new information becomes available I will add it to the page.

Posted August 16, 2015, by Jerry Turner (jlturner9 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Crawfordsville Sunday Star (September 2, 1901) The arch was completed at 5:30 pm on Friday August 30 with the last stone set. A metal box was inserted into the stone that had the following writing:

“A. J. Yawger, the contractor acting as the master of ceremonies on the conclusion of his work: Bridge 91 West P. & E. RR over Dry Branch, Crawfordsville IND.

Completed Aug. 30, 1901

J. A. Barnard - Gen. Manager

C. A. Paquette - Superintendent

M. A. Neville - Engr’. M of W.

F. C. Lingenfelter - - Ass’t Eng’r

J. E. Perry - - - - - Inspector

J. W. Markley - - Supt. B.& B.

D. Kiley - - - Supt. Tracks

Yawger & Battefeld - - Contractors

E. M. Coughlan - - Superintendent

H. Bierman - - - - Mason

Last Ston set at 5:30 P.M.

A.J. Yawger, Master of Ceremonies

No life was lost and no injuries sustained by anyone in the dangerous work. Not a train was delayed and yet work has been one of the great gravity. Bridge superintendent Markley, largely responsible for the work, should feel proud of the successfully completion of the great contract”

Drew Bridge (Florida)
Posted August 16, 2015, by ArtS (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)
Posted August 16, 2015, by Michael Dipsia (nilaa1 [at] verizon [dot] net )

I worked for the New Jersey Department of Transportation between 1983 and 1986. At that time, I was assigned to work on this Structure amongst other projects. I valued this unique experience working on such a structure as a first assignment after my Bachelor of Science education in Civil Engineering. The Resident Engineer was Joe Sorrento and Raymond International was the Contractor. This structure has a latex modified concrete overlay for the bridge deck. In order to allow the flow of big boats through the river, the bridge deck would be lifted from both ends using huge steel pulleys mounted on bridge towers and a counter weight effect on the other side of the towers to carry the bridge deck. In theory, each counter weight effect equals half the weight of bridge deck. This was a challenge to the Contractor to balance the weight in order to help carry the bridge deck. Large machinary would operate the pulleys. This is a beautiful structure but in my opinion more of a Manhattan look. Point pleasant is a small community along Jersey Shore. I have since moved to California and I am currently a Construction Manager for Caltrans on the West Side of Los Angeles, administering construction projects for the California Department of Transportation in the areas of Malibu, Santa Monica, the Pacific Palisades, West Los Angeles area and UCLA area.

Posted August 15, 2015, by ArtS (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)
Posted August 15, 2015, by ArtS (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)
Posted August 15, 2015, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

Meeting to plan for saving the bridge later this month. See their facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=857396754350986&set=...

Posted August 15, 2015, by Ed Hollowell (erhollowell [at] aol [dot] com)

And so the story continues!!!

If you want to know more please go to http://www.theintelligencer.net/page/content.detail/id/61578...

The short version is that the bridge owner is going to jail and no one is able to come up with a plan to satisify the lean holders so demo can go forward.

Posted August 15, 2015, by Erik Hoffman

Damn you, concrete eyesore bridges!

Posted August 14, 2015, by AR

Sorry, I meant the sixth (last) photo.

Posted August 14, 2015, by AR (mistressdelain [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The fourth photograph, with the view of the bridge next to the cemetery...would Barclay Gibson mind letting findagrave.com use it? They have no photograph of Valley Wells Cemetery.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Barbara Elsmore (barbara [dot] elsmore [at] btinternet [dot] com)

hello

I am sending two lovely pics from England that I have just received from my sister in law who is travelling through Indiana of the beautiful Cox Ford Bridge.

Kind regards

Barbara Elsmore

West End Bridge (West Virginia)
Posted August 13, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

The green I see in these photos is a standard color West Virginia uses all over the state for the few truss bridges it actually bothers to repaint. So I assume the university having matching colors is coincidental.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Joe... do you have any interaction with the county... do they plan to blast and repaint the bridge? I assume the existing paint is lead containing, is that something you checked?

Posted August 13, 2015, by Ed Hollowell (erhollowell [at] aol [dot] com)

Yeah, Their all like that until they turn on you and put you in a river. Sneeky! They are not to be trusted! They must be sent to a nice, safe scrap heap before they turn on some one and get visious. None of us are safe till the last one of these dangerious, aging old bridges is imploded!

Posted August 13, 2015, by Joe Fishbein (jmf [at] visi [dot] com)

We inspected this bridge August 10 and 11, 2015. Except for surface corrosion due to paint failure in many locations, it is in fairly good condition.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Joe Fishbein (jmf [at] visi [dot] com)

We inspected this bridge August 12 and 13, 2015. It is remarkably free of pack rust and pitting for a 63-year old truss bridge. There are many areas of paint failure, but the primer underneath is intact and there is very little active corrosion.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Joe Fishbein (jmf [at] visi [dot] com)

Replacement bridge 54011, built in 2014.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Michael Quiet (MQuiet [at] Gmail [dot] com)

Correction on the date made...thank you sir!

It certainly looked like they had rerouted traffic over it recently on the site as well. I wish I had gotten out that way when that was in place...it would have been neat to drive across this bridge.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Cassie (greydelislefan [at] gmail [dot] com)

Eh, it probably isn't the best bridge in the world, but I like it myself. Upgrades or a twin span could be built to alleviate its issues, certainly.

Posted August 13, 2015, by Cassie (greydelislefan [at] gmail [dot] com)

I live nowhere near it anymore but as a kid this was a local bridge to me (I lived in Ashland so we used the Willis and Williamson bridges a lot more regardless). I wish it could be preserved somehow. It has historical value, it's unique due to the 90-degree bends at either end. But realistically, I just can't see a way, and that makes me sad.

West End Bridge (West Virginia)
Posted August 12, 2015, by Cassie (greydelislefan [at] gmail [dot] com)

This bridge was repainted green in 1999, presumably to reference the local Marshall University, whose colors are green and white. Before the repainting it had significantly rusted. I remember as a young kid being afraid of going over the bridge because it looked so bad to me.

Posted August 12, 2015, by Joe Fishbein (jmf [at] visi [dot] com)

This bridge was removed and replaced in 2014. The new bridge is a 2-span concrete slab, MN bridge No. 54011.

Posted August 12, 2015, by Kendra Owen (owen [dot] kendra [at] gmail [dot] com)

As eluded to in an earlier post ... one of the concrete spans of the northern approach has collapsed into the field below. Sooo ... don't try to get to it from the north.

The collapse is only part of the concrete approach ... not the arch spans across the river.

Posted August 12, 2015, by Kendra Owen (owen [dot] kendra [at] gmail [dot] com)

As of this spring there were signs posted on the south side indicating that the bridge (and possibly the other one north of it) is to be restored.

Currently closed to all but foot traffic.

Posted August 12, 2015, by Kendra Owen (owen [dot] kendra [at] gmail [dot] com)

There are actually two bridges here, One is on 1200 E in Gibson County crossing the South Fork Patoka River and one crossing the Patoka River. The main river is the jurisdictional boundary between Gibson and Pike Counties. We were just out there in the spring and there was a sign posted with all kinds of public notices. It appears that one or both of them have been slated for restoration.

Let me say that again ... the documents indicated RESORATION not demolition.

The signage is posted on the southern bridge on the south side and I couldn't make out whether one or both were to be restored.

Posted August 12, 2015, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)
Posted August 12, 2015, by David Backlin (us71 [at] cox [dot] net)

Road closed permanently by The Arkansas National Guard

Posted August 11, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Pieces of the bridge can be seen at Point Pleasant River Museum.

https://otrwjam.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/point-pleasant-west...

Posted August 11, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

I reviewed the Delaware Historic Bridge Inventory and refined the bridge type. This is a REALLY late example of a rainbow arch. It is reinforced by rods (rebar) and functions as a tied arch (bottom chord is a tension member, and the arches do not thrust into abutments), so is not a "Marsh" variety of rainbow arch. Rainbow arches designed as tied arches were popular in Ontario, Canada, where they are commonly called concrete bowstring bridges.

Posted August 11, 2015, by RDB (bluehavanaross [at] gmail [dot] com)

Imagery from Google Earth appears to show that this bridge has been removed.

Posted August 11, 2015, by Ian Martin

Thanks Nathan; sort of stumbled upon it myself while photographing the nearby railroad bridge.

Posted August 11, 2015, by Ian Martin

Minor correction- this stretch of the West Shore lasted until 1981 when it was cut back from Fort Plain to Cranesville. It also appears from the satellite imagery that it had a recent reprise as a highway bridge while the adjacent Route 5S bridge was being rehabilitated.

Bridge comment
Posted August 11, 2015, by Anonymous

The electromagnetic pulse will kill all eletronics soon in the future of 2015 or 2016 to bring the operation bridges to an halt.

Posted August 11, 2015, by jerry brooks (jerrylbrooks [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Has anyone crossed on foot?? I'm going to.

Posted August 11, 2015, by K. A. Erickson

http://www.oregonlive.com/sherwood/index.ssf/2015/08/burning...

Brush fire engulfs trestle near Sherwood, Oregon.

Re: Big Deal
Posted August 11, 2015, by Patrick Feller (nakrnsm [at] aol [dot] com)

I agree, Art.

Big Deal
Posted August 11, 2015, by ArtS (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)

Jason,

In my opinion, this site and Nathan's site are the two best historic bridge databases for the United States.

I'm not sure if Douglas is a pre-teen bridge enthusiast, a bridge enthusiast with the mental capacity of a pre-teen or something else. Assuming he is a young enthusiast, I understand wanting to allow the posting of his pencil sketches on the site to encourage him. However, they are blighting the site as there is no attribution, often limited accuracy and/or incorrect descriptions. When issues are brought to his attention he often fails to comprehend intent or puts forth a response that triggers a troll-fest.

While I will continue using the site, both Douglas' posts and the resulting troll-fests tend to take away from the fun of visiting. I would recommend eliminating the ability to post without logging in and strengthening posting rules.

Regards,

Art S.

Posted August 11, 2015, by David Backlin (us71 [at] cox [dot] net)

Appears to be an abandoned alignment of US 70

Posted August 11, 2015, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Bridge was built in 1910 by Rockford Brick & Tile Company at an expense of $20,000; according to the Brick and Clay Record, Volume 39

Posted August 10, 2015, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Ian: Great find, I was not aware of this one!

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Luke

I concur.

bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Chester Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

What do you all say we cut the crap and get back to documenting bridges. Enough already.

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

Im under grace now not under the litteral law.

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

Jason you are right.

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

That is the world's view thinking.

UP - Zoo Truss (Wisconsin)
Posted August 10, 2015, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I would suspect based on past comments (Matt's from March in specific) that it will become a "rest area" on the trail. Similar to the Oases on Illinois Tollway Freeways, I would suspect the bridge would be converted to have benches and other features nearby. Just a guess though, but I doubt they would just leave it abandoned.

Nice to see something go our way for once though,

John

Posted August 10, 2015, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Ben,

Thank you for checking up on it. The bridge really is a wonderful structure and in good shape. I hope it can see use again in the future.

-John

Big Deal!
Posted August 10, 2015, by Jason Smith (flensburg [dot] bridgehunter [dot] av [at] googlemail [dot] com)

People,

I literally had to laugh about the copyright issues and Douglas using bridge pictures as a form of artwork for the site, let alone the usage of the Lord's name in vain. Let me remind thee of two of the Ten Commandments you should keep in mind:

Commandment 3: Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain and

Commandment 9: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour and

Commandment 11: Thou shall not swear.

Keeping those in mind, I think it's really heinous that we keep bashing each others works, esp. when using Jesus' name in vain. You guys are making this website laughable. I can see the discussion going on about a woman who prays for a person with his own issues every day, even though she wants to have some distance from him. But a DISCUSSION about DRAWINGS of BRIDGES using the LORD as a weapon???? I just don't get this, and so does God, by the way.

JS

Re: Arguing
Posted August 10, 2015, by Patrick Feller (nakrnsm [at] aol [dot] com)

Is one allowed to exhibit multiple personalities? That is: Is the display on the board of multiple personalities by one person a trassgrassion?

Chiding Anonymous
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

6 Thou shall identify thy self Anonymous

7 Thou shall be bold with defending themselves

8 thou shall not Mock God Anonymous!

Posted August 10, 2015, by Ben Parsley (bjparsley08 [at] ole [dot] augie [dot] edu)

I would say this is more mothballed than abandoned. Called EE and asked for the plans with it.

Arguing
Posted August 10, 2015, by Anonymous

Some simple message board rules everyone should know.

1) thou shall stay on topic

2) thou shall not pretend to be someone else

3) thou shall not bring religion, race, gender or any other touchy subject into discussion, especially not with the intent of harming someone

4) thou shall not steal other peoples work

5) thou shall not be an ass

Posted August 10, 2015, by Glyn Robinson (contactbluebird [at] hotmail [dot] com )

Love old bridges!! I would like to locate this bridge. I don't live far from it. I've never heard of it until now.

Ironwood bluff bridge in Itawamba County would be one to look into as well. I've been across it many times.

Someone needs to look at the old bridge on the Bankhead highway in Itawamba county in the Dorsey comunity. Also the bridge that replaced it when US 78 ( now 178 ) was built.

Ignoring Haters
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

Only to you Im not but in Christ shed blood I am Anonymous who won't identify himself and your critism is worthless! Feller you are not forgiven and I only have one personality given by God not the devil. Like the song says back in 1999 to those that hate me you can hate me now but I won't stop now.

Re: Re: Thou Shall Not Steal
Posted August 10, 2015, by Patrick Feller (nakrnsm [at] aol [dot] com)

Okay, one of Doug's personalities, now you've done it!

I was reading your post that began: "True It also says forgive those that steal also his trassgrassions and God will forgive you and your trassgrassions Patrick or Jesus will not forgive you for refusing to let it go..."

The post was silly, but I was doing fine with it until the "let it go" part and now that dang song is in my head and I can never forgive your for that...

another trassgrassion, whatever that is...

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Anonymous

This tirade began because Douglas uploaded over a dozen copyrighted images without consent of the owners or proper attribution, the (low) quality of his work was a sidebar.

And Douglas, you're the farthest thing from a saint.

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

You are right Robert.

God allows saints to judge the wicked
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

1 corinthians 2:15 the spiritaul judges all things he himself is judge by no man in other words anonyous the lost can judge me all they want to but they do not have any standing on the Word of God, Matthew 7 judge not means not to hold some one else to a higher standard than yourselve (judge your self first 2 corinthians 13:5 says to examine yourselves in the faith.

John 7:24 says judge righteous judgement

1 corinthians 6:2-3 do you know that the saints shall judge the world and the saints will juge angels

Bridges and Jesus
Posted August 10, 2015, by Robert Elder

I think this whole discussion board needs Jesus right now...

Posted August 10, 2015, by Rebecca (beckydockum [at] gmail [dot] com)

Growing up in Benton County my dad drove this bridge often. I remember hiding ducked down in the back seat of our car as he went across. The last time we crossed the bridge was right before it was closed. It was "one way" with a light system to warn of approaching vehicles. We were over half way across when some out of towner ignored the red light and sped up to us. Both vehicles sat stopped only a few seconds when Dad made the decision to back off the bridge as the out of towner was not budging.

Algebra Lesson
Posted August 10, 2015, by Anonymous

Anonymous-onymo=ANUS

And that's what you are. Every time you criticize someone's work, it starts a week of endless arguing that clogs up page after page of the Forum.

Some people like Doug's drawings, but you don't have to. And if you don't like his work, or anyone else's, just move on to another page. Just shut up about it.

Bridge comment
Posted August 10, 2015, by Anonymous

"The remnant always follows the word of God"

Is that why you're ignoring multiple parts of Biblical text?

Especially the parts about not being judgmental, the ones about theft, and the ones about name-calling, to name a few.

Hypocrisy in action.

Real Photographs
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

Want you find some more real photo graphs for all my drawings too Luke

Lying Annoymous
Posted August 10, 2015, by Douglas

Men love darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil annoymous the remnant always follows the word of God and this is doug talking fool show your self annoymous besides hiding like a punk and by the way forgive me for saying this but you are a idiot.

Re Thou Shall Not Steal
Posted August 10, 2015, by Steve Tunder

True It also says forgive those that steal also his trassgrassions and God will forgive you and your trassgrassions Patrick or Jesus will not forgive you for refusing to let it go and put it in his hands It's also true that doug should give credit to the actual photographs of the owners of their hard work afterall Jesus Christ owns everything including dougs drawings and the bridge photographs to the whole world Patrick, the earth and the fullness thereof belongs to God he is God you see Patrick doug is already forgiven because he has called on the name of Jesus and repented of his sins, the bible says you need to repent of your sins and trassgrassions against God Patrick as well of those on bridgehunter.


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