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It's a work in progress, rather have this than nothing at all.

Max Rockatansky:
The search function worked reasonably well provided the name you searched is somewhat distinct. 


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--- Quote from: Hot Rod Hootenanny on April 08, 2023, 01:07:58 AM ---Bridgehunter has been down for 3 weeks, I guess.
When James Baughn passed away (unexpectedly), he didn't leave any instructions as to how to keep the site up and running.
The folks who now maintain the site (Historic Bridge Foundation) knew a day would come in which the current Bridgehunter site would be unsustainable and a new site was being worked upon. I guess that crash came sooner than they expected.

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How did he die?

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Instead of providing you a link. I'll just tell you what happened. He fell to his death while hiking.


--- Quote from: bugo on June 15, 2023, 12:52:01 PM ---How did [James Baughn] die?

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Instead of providing you a link.
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I wasn't expecting a link.  Word of cybermouth would have been fine.  I didn't think Mr. Baughn was that famous, though I had never heard of him until I discovered this thread. No need to be snarky, bugo.

--- Quote ---I'll just tell you what happened. He fell to his death while hiking.
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Thank you.

Here is one that is up, that sort of is like BridgeHunter.


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