R&DB wrote: ↑Thu Jul 29, 2021 4:53 am
RailsEast wrote:Greetings all,
Nice find Chris. They don't have the Coastline bridge over the Raritan.
If it hadn't been mentioned before, I just found this site documenting bridges of all sorts in all US states and many countries abroad. There are hundreds of RR bridges listed (both in-use and abandoned), so for all you historians out there (most of us), have some fun....
It appears that it accepts outside contributions of photos and descriptions, so someone with a good photograph and knowledge of the bridge could submit same for consideration. " Conditions For Third Party Photographs Submitted To HistoricBridges.org For Display On Website
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