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Farewell to historic span

Cranes move the old Mount Si Bridge from its 94-year-old perch on the Snoqualmie River, last Wednesday, Sept. 3. The King County Roads and Transportation Department was never able to find a buyer for the historic span, which is slated to be recycled. A new bridge opened alongside it in July. - Jim McKiernan / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Cranes move the old Mount Si Bridge from its 94-year-old perch on the Snoqualmie River, last Wednesday, Sept. 3. The King County Roads and Transportation Department was never able to find a buyer for the historic span, which is slated to be recycled. A new bridge opened alongside it in July.
— image credit: Jim McKiernan / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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