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Author Topic: Large and small, bridges aid transport through WV's rugged landscape  (Read 1101 times)

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Large and small, bridges aid transport through WV's rugged landscape

Bridges are a familiar part of the mountainous West Virginia landscape, carrying roads and railroads over rivers and creeks.

In the state’s long history, many of those early bridges don’t merit even a footnote, while others seem worthy of a full chapter all to themselves. Some of those historic spans are gone, while others still carry a daily flow of cars and trucks.

Many of West Virginia’s bridges have unique stories to tell. Here a few of them.

 


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