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I forgot to say the photos in pt1 are looking west.

This part shows the concrete piers. The prototypes are still in place in the river. The models were CNC routed out of high density foam. They are in two pieces which are glued together. The seams are filled and then finished. Painting and weathering followed. I will also include a photo of the real ones which I took a year ago. 

The bridge was removed around 1962 or 63.

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