Photo taken by Andrew Siguenza
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BH Photo #240344
I originally added this one as Luke Harden was acquiring images of railroad bridges on the Eastside.
"just for Luke ... :) " I said at the the time.
A contest, Redmond Then and Now - 100 years, to pick the best images that represent the heritage or events of this city had just concluded. Of the six categories, this one, the railroad bridge, saw the most entries. It is easily accessible via the riverside walkway. All entered images were on a facebook group that has since been deleted.
The grand winner of the youth division won for an image of this bridge taken from the North in the style of J.R. Manning, that is with a hint of pink.
The runner up in the adult division had a picture of this bridge in the snow.
In addition blue ribbons were awarded for one image that best resembled the original image given for the category. That is to say a replica of then, the historic, in the present. Then and Now.
The honors for the railroad bridge best reflecting the original image went to