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Photo of Suspended Steel
Suspended Steel

This shot shows the steel bridge that gaps the Salmon River in East Hampton, CT. Built for the Air Line, the first major route connecting Boston to New York, it was abandoned in 1964 and is today used as a pedestrian bridge, covered with wood planks.

Photographed by Christopher Zyrlis, February 1, 1997.
Added to the photo archive by Christopher Zyrlis, October 19, 2004.
Railroad: New Haven.

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