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12 November 2009

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Dane

I've driven past at least one of these several times but never stopped to take a look. This is part of why I love your blog and Flickr photos. You take the time to go and really look at things like this and do a little research and make them interesting.

Joe

Thanks! I enjoy learning about these things, although I sometimes think doing so takes up too much of my time.

I don't find the bridges all that interesting in themselves, but I do find it fascinating how they've become major selling points for tourists. They are on post cards, brochures and on the Super-8 list of local attractions. Plus the ladies at the National Road museum enthusiastically insisted I check them out (which is understandable given where they work).

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