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Posted June 24, 2017, by Royce and Bobette Haley (roycehaley111 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I have seen several Tee beams and girders disguised with a faux arch piece on the outsides.

Posted June 24, 2017, by Anonymous

The image linked calls it the lower bridge.

Posted June 24, 2017, by Joel Wyman (jwyman [at] 2242yahoo [dot] com)

Just went to try and snap some more pics of this bridge and found that it has been removed!

Posted June 24, 2017, by Joel Wyman (jwyman [at] 2242yahoo [dot] com)

This bridge has been replaced with a new cement slab. Hoped to get pictures of the old bridge before it was torn down.

Tyger River Bridge (South Carolina)
Posted June 24, 2017, by Joel Wyman (jwyman [at] 2242yahoo [dot] com)

I'm wondering if 1962 was the year this bridge was rehabbed which it so clearly has been. At least in the deck which probably would have been timber originally to match the timber approach supports underneath.

1921 postcard view of a bowstring
Posted June 24, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Salisbury CT, Cant locate where it was. Interesting Pin Connected bowstring of some kind

Posted June 24, 2017, by Michael Quiet (mquiet [at] gmail [dot] com)

Is it just me or does that lenticular looks...off. From what I can figure, its missing an entire panel on one side. The end abutting against the covered bridge looks normal enough with the upper and lower chords meeting and the portal bracing offset. The other end has the portal bracing directly on the end, and the lower and upper chord don't come anywhere near meeting.

I'd be curious how this one came to be built like this. Maybe this was a recycled bridge cut down to fit a shorter crossing'?

Posted June 24, 2017, by Brian (ironbrigadeb1863 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The bridge was part of a major road at the time connecting Grandview Missouri with the county seat in Independence. It cut the travel time between the two by several hours. Important for a young man from Grandview who had just purchased his first car so that he could drive to Independence to visit his girlfriend. The young man was Harry Truman and his girlfriend was Bess.

Posted June 24, 2017, by Ed Hollowell (erhollowell [at] aol [dot] com)

Over a year ago this editorial was published about the bridge. I see nothing newer. http://www.theintelligencer.net/opinion/editorials/2016/01/a...

Posted June 24, 2017, by george oakley (george oakley449 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Brian,do you know what will happen to the original bridge?

Repair bid rejections for the Second Street Bridge in Boyertown Pa
Posted June 24, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Boyertown Borough Council has rejected the bids it received for repairs to the Second Street Bridge and will seek new ones next year.Officials said Wednesday that $90,185 had been budgeted for construction.The bids from Lobar Associates of Dillsburg,York County,and Performance Construction Services of Pottsville were $348,519 and $383,720,respectively.The difference was chalked up to additional work,including design and construction,temporary supports and staging arrangements,and the timing of the bids.Borough officials said they intend to seek new bids in February after trying to reduce the cost by having Traffic Planning and Design Inc. of Pottstown do analysis and design support for the structure.

Posted June 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Explore Clarion article on bridge construction:

http://www.exploreclarion.com/2017/02/28/work-on-hunter-stat...

Posted June 24, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

That's the Maiden Creek Bridge on Penn Street in Lenhartsville,Dana and Kay.

Posted June 24, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Will do.I have to agree with you.PennDOT and Berks County are getting a lot of bridges done which is amazing being how PennDOT used to be the butt of all jokes in Pa.

Posted June 24, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Didn't know that,Dana and Kay.Thanks for the information.If i hear anything in the future about this bridge i will post it as soon as i get it.

Posted June 24, 2017, by Christopher Finigan

According to the prestigious bridge engineering firm Modjeski & Masters, who performed a rehabilitation project on the bridge, this bridge is actually an eyebar chain suspension bridge.

lost bridge
Posted June 23, 2017, by mary domingos (datanut67 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I can't seem to find out any information on what remains of a bridge over a fork of Muddy Creek, Clinton County, Missouri. From what is left I can tell that it was not an inexpensive bridge to put up, 2' steel pilings on each end to hold what I assume was a bridge over muddy creek. The older folks around here remember when it was there as they used to walk over it when they were childen, though it was wide enough for one lane traffic. It has been gone for "years and years" according to many and still the steel is just barely rusted. As I said, not an inexpensive bridge. Anyone out there like a challenge?

Mary

Posted June 23, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

George looks like a 1950 Tee Beam just up or downstream from Maiden Creek bridge also

Posted June 23, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Your most welcome George, keep us up to date on those Berks county Bridges. Seem to be replacing a lot of them near you.

Posted June 23, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Tee Beams fast disappearing .........Get pictures while we can.

Route 662/Moselem Springs Road Bridge replacement in Berks County Pa.
Posted June 23, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

As per an article printed in the Reading Eagle on 6/23/17 the Route 662/Moselem Springs Road Bridge over the Maiden Creek linking Perry and Richmond township is finally open after 16 months of construction.The project included replacing the four-span concrete bridge built in 1932 with a two-span prestressed concrete bridge,PennDOT said.Temporary traffic signals that were installed during construction were removed and the two lanes on the bridge are now open.The $5.2 million project also included constructing a new retaining wall and re-constructing the roadway approaches,PennDOT said.The original bridge was 179 feet long and 28 feet wide.The new bridge is 281 feet long and 35 feet,4 inches wide.This section of Route 662 has an average daily traffic volume of 3,859 vehicles,according to PennDOT.

Posted June 23, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I posted information on the forum page on 6/17/17 about this bridge being closed and a road closed sign being knocked down by a tractor trailer making a u-turn.I noticed also that the street is actually Penn Ave.,not Penn St.Didn't know this bridge was listed on Bridgehunters.

Posted June 23, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Thanks,Dana and Kay for posting the information about this bridge.

Posted June 23, 2017, by David Backlin (us71 [at] cox [dot] net)

Bridge has been replaced by UCEB. As of 6-22-2017, paving of the new road is still underway

Posted June 23, 2017, by Matt Lohry

The Bing Streetside car has been through here; this is a beautiful Parker through truss bridge in an equally beautiful setting! Is it possible to add Bing Streetside views to the site? There are many bridges that have Streetside views that do not have GE Streetview.

Posted June 23, 2017, by Matt Lohry

This one is hand-operated as well.

Posted June 23, 2017, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

NIB shows a T-beam built here in 1935, a possible replacement date for the lenticular.

Posted June 22, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Is this bridge still there?

Posted June 22, 2017, by Zachary S

Assuming this is the same bridge as is being reported on by NWS Mobile, and I think it is, this span has sadly been claimed by high waters resulting from flooding left in Tropical Storm Cindy's wake.

Posted June 22, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Hand Operated

Posted June 22, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

This one MAY be hand operated............

Posted June 22, 2017, by Michael Quiet (mquiet [at] gmail [dot] com)

Nice find Luke! Its quite interesting to see more of the Texas variety of the Lenticulars unearthed

Hand operated swing bridge mechanism. And their fabricators?
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Posted June 22, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Dana and Kay,to confirm your suspicions about this bridge i read in yesterday's Reading Eagle that the truss bridge that was here originally was destroyed by tropical storm Agnes and that this bridge was replaced with the concrete span presently there.They said in the article that the debris laden overflowing Schuylkill river actually lifted the steel structure off of its concrete supports.I find it funny they said the bridge was "wiped out".The iron truss was built in 1891.Hopefully this answers any questions you may have

Posted June 22, 2017, by Chester Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

That is good news. Excellent work, Michael!

Posted June 22, 2017, by Michael Quiet (mquiet [at] gmail [dot] com)

Some good news! Looks like reports of this bridges demise are premature.

I've gotten in touch with the historical society for Delhi, looking for a confirmation of the fate and any info/pictures they might have of this one. From what is known, the bridge has passed into private ownership and is now located somewhere in the nearby town of Franklin NY ("Sitting in someones garden" as it was described to me... No information as of yet on who or where). Not ideal of course, as a rare lenticular through truss like this should be preserved and publicly displayed, but I think we'd all prefer to see them anywhere other then being cut up for salvage.

The historical society will also be following up on any other info or pictures they can find, so I'll certainly pass along what is found.

Posted June 22, 2017, by Dave King (DKinghawkfan [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Definitely an arch.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Don Morrison

Sad. What a waste.

At least the replacement is a truss (polygonal Warren?), even if it is a modern bolted, welded, CorTen truss.

Bing streetside view shows it quite well, as well as the nearby sunbathers.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Sarah Cooper (jasonandsarahcooper [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The bridge was rebuilt last year. It would be interesting to see your updated assessment.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

My 2 cents worth...

Posted June 21, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Picture 4 looks like underneath access possible, if down that way maybe get some under shots.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

NBI lists Tee Beam, Are there arched Tee beams?

Posted June 21, 2017, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Based on pic #8 this appears to be an arch.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Dana

Tee Beams FAST Disappearing, thanks for making the journey!

Posted June 21, 2017, by Nate Spurge (Nate [at] spurge [dot] us)

I imagine the new bridge was built in 2011/12. After the new bridge was put into service, the old one was removed in 2013.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Julie Bowers (jbowerz1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Documentary continued with restoration of 2nd truss.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Robert Elder (robertelder1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Perhaps someday, Victorian Era Wrought Iron bridges will not be considered eyesores by the public. I think that it is starting to happen based on what I have seen in Kansas in recent years. (an appreciation of abandoned iron bridges).

Of course, in Kansas, we have no wooden covered bridges. Thus, we have no choice but to appreciate the Wrought Iron variety.

Posted June 21, 2017, by Chester Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Too bad this one couldn't be saved. It sat in a field just east of the crossing from March of 1992. Things looked good for awhile; a donation from the College Association at Delhi, Inc. of a 10-acre plot to display the bridge was accepted by the town. Plans were scrapped when it was discovered that lead in the paint and sand-blasting would cost about $100,000. Locals complained it was an eyesore and dangerous. Sometime after 2006 it was removed; no buyers could be found and it was likely scrapped. Google Earth Historical Imagery shows the bridge in the field in 11/2006--after that its gone. Bing Maps Bird's Eye has a good view of it.

Posted June 21, 2017, by john gerbracht (gjr38 [at] qwestoffice [dot] net)

This bridge was on CR 300 W; just west (downstream) of the NYC double track bridge over the Iroquois River, itself just a short distance west of the US 41 bridge over the river. I grew up in this area.

Gibraltar Rd (W 47th St) bridge over the Schuylkill River in Exeter Township Pa.
Posted June 21, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Today i happened to be reading an article about hurricane Agnes in the local paper here called the Reading Eagle and found a picture of this bridge which was originally a truss bridge.The picture showed the bridge laying on it's side which led me to believe it was replaced by the concrete span there now.My fiancee confirmed this when i asked her.

Posted June 21, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I have seen this tower in the park along Canal St at s. 6th st in Reading.There is a lot of history about this suspension bridge when it was at the Reading rail yard.My fiancee has told me about this bridge from her actually being on it and reading the local history books,mainly any books dealing with the outer station on 6th st in Reading and the Reading freight yard.

Green Bridge (Missouri)
Posted June 21, 2017, by Anonymous
Memorial Bridge (Pennsylvania)
Posted June 20, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Not your run of the mill TEE Beam.

Posted June 20, 2017, by William R. Smothers (wd5fdu [at] cvctx [dot] com)

We visited Smothers Creek Bridge today after seeing the article in the Hallettsville paper. This bridge and the creek are named after my ancestor so it was a meaningful experience for me. I believe the creek was named after William Smothers and there is a roadside sign in his honor a few miles south of Hallettsville on Hwy. 77.

Posted June 20, 2017, by John Marvig

I would say the deck girder span is a modern span. I've seen spans similar to this with the fish belly type. Normally, they replace a truss.

Posted June 20, 2017, by Trenton (trenton [dot] ray [at] gmail [dot] com)

Bad news;

http://www.reporternews.com/story/news/local/2017/06/20/uspi...

A "suspicious" early Sunday morning fire destroyed a historic wooden and steel bridge over the Colorado River near Ballinger, fire officials said Monday.

It took the Ballinger Volunteer Fire Department five hours to extinguish the Sunday morning fire. The investigation into the cause has been turned over to the Texas Fire Marshal's office.

Firefighters from the Ballinger Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire called in about 9:20 a.m. Sunday.

When the firefighters arrived, they realized it was the 12-Mile Bridge, an abandoned wooden and steel structure that crosses the Colorado River alongside a modern bridge at County Road 129.

Volunteer firefighter Todd Cleary said, "Smoke had been reported earlier, and when it was confirmed it was in our county, we responded. It took about five hours to extinguish the blaze."

A Ballinger firefighter on Monday said the bridge is beyond saving. All of the wood on the east side of the bridge was destroyed, he said.

The three-span bridge is about 400 feet long and 12 to 13 feet wide.

Posted June 20, 2017, by daniel purpera (danielpurper10 [at] gmail [dot] com)

the dude who asked how far the water is from the deck is not bright because the water level changes

Posted June 20, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Nathan and Roger,either way it is actually exciting seeing underneath these bridges on the rivers.They ought to do every river.Would be very interesting,i think.

Posted June 20, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Getting repainted. And according to the article this photo shows the previous bridge. A king bowstring. https://www.lansingstar.com/around-town/13904-red-bridge-to-...

Green Bridge (Missouri)
Posted June 20, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)
Posted June 20, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Yet another bridge that Missouri (wrongly) thinks is at the end of its life. http://ccheadliner.com/news/modot-closes-green-bridge/articl...

Posted June 20, 2017, by Matt Lohry

I agree with Nathan's comment; however, considering the razor-thin escape from the wrecking ball that this bridge pulled off, I'm sure happy to see carriage bolts on this historic bridge over a new, ugly, MOB, which was the plan until only a couple of years ago!

Memorial Bridge (Pennsylvania)
Posted June 20, 2017, by Irv Leichter (ileichter [at] hotmail [dot] com)

6/19/17

From the Waynesboro Record Herald:

Memorial bridge replacement begins

Expect traffic delays on Route 16 as the bridge that spans the Washington Township and Borough of Waynesboro line since 1926 has had its number called.

Posted June 20, 2017, by Roy Kreutler (roykreutler14 [at] gmail [dot] com)

These are a few pics I took of the Williams Bridge back on August 10, 2013

Posted June 19, 2017, by Dana and Kay Klein

Nice shots Ken, thanks for making the journey!

Bridge comment
Posted June 19, 2017, by Anonymous

.............Many parts of the pine tree are edible....Euell Gibbons

Posted June 19, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

That is an interesting development. It is interesting they went down some lesser traveled routes like under the Chicago and Alton Railroad Bridge... I wonder if they will venture further down the Sanitary and Ship Canal in the future...

Posted June 19, 2017, by Roger Deschner (rogerdeschner [at] gmail [dot] com)

I just found that Google put their street view camera on a boat on the Chicago River. It captured some great views of a number of interesting bridges, with even good views of the undersides of bridges, including this bridge. It went up the North Branch on both sides of Goose Island to North Avenue, down the South Branch to Damen Avenue, and out the Main Branch through the Chicago Locks and all around in Lake Michigan past Navy Pier.

This will be fun to explore!

Posted June 19, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

It is a relief to hear that one of the most significant and unique historic bridges in California remains after the floods!

Posted June 19, 2017, by Luke

Robert, the tunnel is fine/was looking at getting worked on in 2015, apparently, but the steel stringer replaced a 1950s tee beam per the NBI.

https://www.theet.com/news/local/rail-trail-fixes-on-the-way...

Posted June 19, 2017, by Robert Elder (robertelder1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

That is great news. Thanks for the update. We were concerned about this one.

Posted June 19, 2017, by Anon

I drove across the bridge twice yesterday while running a bird survey route. Yes, it is still standing even after our very rainy winter.

Posted June 19, 2017, by Robert Elder (robertelder1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The NBI indicates a modern bridge here, but from what I understand, the trail goes through an old railroad tunnel. Are there some locals here who could chime in?

Railfans...your turn as well...

Posted June 19, 2017, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Overall this is both a good and amazing outcome for a bridge of this size. The use of bolts is a disappointment being as it is something that multiple organizations reached out to them in favor of. They could have done the rivets if they had wanted to.

Posted June 19, 2017, by Anonymous

Covfefe: ABBR.

Ancient bridgehunting term indicating that a bridge can be COnserVed Fairly Easily For Eternity.

EX:

Being a very small bridge, this Kingpost could be, or should have been covfefe.

Posted June 19, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Thanks Tony.I agree with you 100%.acts of stupidity they were,that's for sure.

Truss bridge over the Schuylkill river in Pottstown Pa
Posted June 19, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I was reading an article on the S.Hanover St. bridge over the Schuylkill River in Pottstown Pa yesterday in the Reading Eagle about this bridge and found out that prior to the Agnus flood there was a truss bridge at this location.There were pictures of the bridge with debris piled up against it.Due to storm damage this bridge was replaced with the current cocrete span.Never knew there was a truss bridge there originally.Learn something new every day.

Posted June 19, 2017, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Two different bridges George... Turkey River was just demolished and replaced with a new bridge, while Gilliece was collapsed by an overweight truck.

...Both acts of stupidity!

Posted June 19, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Robert,i did look on both the bridgehunter site and on the site that Nathan referenced and didn't see nothing about a truck demolishing the bridge you cited,just that it was demolished for no good reason which totally stinks.

Posted June 19, 2017, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Yes, that might be behind the confusion... Road bridge is what's documented here.

Posted June 18, 2017, by Robert Elder (robertelder1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Thanks for the update. I have been following the story as much as possible.

Posted June 18, 2017, by Andy Peters (anpete1971 [at] gmail [dot] com)

this is an amazing bridge in an amazing setting, although it does have a very tragic history

Posted June 18, 2017, by James Edward Daugherty (doddy404 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I have pictures of the last train to cross this structure, it was a CSX engine with a bright future paint scheme pulling a long line of cars, I am trying to find info on exact date and what the engine name and # was, as well as the engineer at the time.

Posted June 18, 2017, by Matt Lohry

I went out with my family today and took photos of the newly restored bridge. Overall good restoration; most of the rivets along the bottom chords of the bridge have been replaced with bolts and the bearings have been replaced. Other than that, mainly blast and paint, and new concrete deck.

Posted June 18, 2017, by Roger Deschner (rogerdeschner [at] gmail [dot] com)

The Red Bridge in Des Moines is "high"lighted (pun intended) in this Associated Press article, which has been published in a number of newspapers today such as the Chicago Tribune. It reports on a number of bridges that are being raised in inland areas of the country due to increasing flood risk.

https://apnews.com/552ec81f352f475ba2c80624d8a720f8/Climate-...

Re: Little design help
Posted June 18, 2017, by Luke

There's no specific name, but "fishbelly" has been used to describe deck trusses with a similar polygonal profile.

Don't know/think the profile functions the same as it would on those deck trusses, though.

Posted June 18, 2017, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

The little bridge on the road over the creek is hard to see. The railroad bridge has steel stringers.

T-beam vs stringer
Posted June 18, 2017, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

The distinction to me is that a T beam, has a horizontal component cast as one with the vertical. With stringers the deck is normally separate (although mechanically attached).

Bridge comment
Posted June 18, 2017, by Royce and Bobette Haley (roycehaley111 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Anyone know why they would use 2 date plates here? Rebuild date? Replacement railing?

Thanks

Opinions
Posted June 18, 2017, by Royce and Bobette Haley (roycehaley111 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is listed as a concrete stringer, I am thinking it is actually a Tee beam? If it is a tee beam would it be a haunched tee beam? Thanks

Little design help
Posted June 18, 2017, by Royce and Bobette Haley (roycehaley111 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Is there a specific name for this type of girder?

Posted June 17, 2017, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Dave, I took the pics of this little span several years ago before I had any real interest in concrete structures... And even now that is mostly just arches. I don't think I could crawl under it if I wanted to, but it's definitely not a steel stringer.

Posted June 17, 2017, by Dave King (DKinghawkfan [at] hotmail [dot] com)

NBI has this little bridge as a steel stringer. I don't see a tee beam as it's listed.

Posted June 17, 2017, by Julie Bowers (jbowerz1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

As of last week the parts were still at the bridge awaiting some decision, according to Lee.

We still want them to do something or well take them. Such a waste but .... where there is a will there is a way.

Posted June 17, 2017, by Robert Elder (robertelder1 [at] gmail [dot] com)
Dysart Bridge (Pennsylvania)
Posted June 17, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Nathan,i read the article on this bridge and what happened which was a shame.at least PennDOT had enough guts to say they take the blame for this.Unfortunately the bridge couldn't be saved.

Bridge closed sign knocked down
Posted June 17, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

As per an article printed in the Reading Eagle on 6/16/17 a tractor trailer knocked down a road closed sign on the Penn Street bridge in Lenhartsville Pa while making a u-turn.At least he didn't go over it while it was closed which means he can read.Suggestions to stop this from happening again include a barrier or a sign banning commercial vehicles.I looked on satellite and saw it is a concrete bridge and didn't see it on Bridgehunters.Is it possible i missed it?

Posted June 17, 2017, by James Baughn (webmaster [at] bridgehunter [dot] com)

Does anybody know the latest news on the Gilliece Bridge? I'm going to be in the area next week and may visit the site -- if there's anything left to see.

Posted June 17, 2017, by george oakley (georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Robert,so you're saying there is a truss bridge over Turkey River that got demolished?If so,is it on Bridgehunters?

Posted June 17, 2017, by Crystal (Swampfox79 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Beautiful bridge. Seems a shame to let it go.


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