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Bridge part of Towpath Trail extension

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Crews from Brooks Construction guide a span of a pre-constructed steel walk bridge into place as a crane operator lowers the section onto the Towpath Trail along Engle Road on Friday morning. The bridge, once completed, will be part of an extension of the Towpath Trail, heading toward Jefferson Boulevard from the Engle Road trailhead and parking area.

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