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Old 01-14-2018, 01:29 PM   #1
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Old 01-14-2018, 03:40 PM   #2
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Antietam....That's about a 1 hour drive for me, been there a few times.

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Very good read Fred, I find bridge construction really interesting. Sean's thread was great as well.
One of my favorite all brick ones is a 2 hour drive from me is probably the longest span in the country.
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Don't know when that bridge was constructed,however,it appears in excellent condition,just some efflorescence which is to be expected being exposed to moisture from virtually every direction.
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Just noticed this clip if you clip on the title on the right. I have been under it and the echo's are amazing.
Built in 1839, so it shows how well brick bridges last.

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That bridge is awesome. Thanks for sharing that.
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That bridge is awesome. Thanks for sharing that.


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