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Good luck to you. There are 2 100' bridges between Jade Ave and the big bridge. There are 6 bridges in a 1 mile stretch.

-I almost took a walk over the bridge, but wisely chickened out. The ethanol plant may be small, but thats still a dangerous trip.

-I got down to the bridge, but took 0 photos.

-The bridge is NRHS eligable according to a DM&E report.

-In all likleyhood, it will be you who gets there first. There is a big stone tunnel near lamberton too.

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=44.231809,-95.214048&hl=en&ll=44.226443,-95.333846&spn=0.002583,0.006539&sll=44.231809,-95.214102&sspn=0.003217,0.004823&vpsrc=6&t=h&z=18

This was built 1870

The alignment between the Jct with the CNW (now the trail) and Kasota follows Lime Valley Road for a while. There are some stone culverts under there.

The DM&E takes the CGW out of town to the Lime Siding.

20' wide, 92' long through the bridge

  • "Train fan 1" has once again come to my rescue and offered insight to the history of this culvert and the rail lines that lead to it's creation and abandonment.

  • http://www.panoramio.com/photo/62740759

  • "Train fan 1" has once again come to my rescue and offered insight to the history of this culvert and the rail lines that lead to it's creation and abandonment.

  • http://www.panoramio.com/photo/62740759

  • "Train fan 1" has once again come to my rescue and offered insight to the history of this culvert and the rail lines that lead to it's creation and abandonment.

  • http://www.panoramio.com/photo/62740759

  • "Train fan 1" has once again come to my rescue and offered insight to the history of this culvert and the rail lines that lead to it's creation and abandonment.

  • http://www.panoramio.com/photo/62740759

The Zion Evanagelical is amazing, and the high school in its retro glory built like a luxury mantlepiece. Thanks for the thorough explanation.

Note the asymetric end posts used to accomidate the skewed placement of this bridge. Both approaches of this bridge share this odd configuration of a vertical end post on the right and a diagonal end post on the left.

Note the asymetric end posts used to accomidate the skewed placement of this bridge. Both approaches of this bridge share this odd configuration of a vertical end post on the right and a diagonal end post on the left.

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