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The Railroad Bridge that became a Highway Bridge

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The Olequa Bridge was built in 1872, by the Northern Pacific Railroad. The bridge was abandoned about 1910 and the old right of way became a highway in 1927. The highway bridge was removed sometime the in late 1950's.

https://www.pacific-hwy.net/olequa.htm

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