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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Abandoned Railroad Bridge to be Converted for Emergency Use
Posted: 3-Feb-2004 1:50AM CST

An abandoned Illinois Central Gulf railroad bridge over the Tradewater River will be converted into an automobile bridge for use by emergency traffic. The town of Blackford in Webster County is occasionally cut off from traffic during floods; it is hoped this bridge will still open even during high water.

More information: Evansville Courier & Press: Funding near for Tradewater River bridge work (Feb. 2, 2004) [Outside Link]

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