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After the JPG meet up in St. Louis, Jimmy and I travelled to Bennett, IA (pop. 400) to visit his cousin and her husband, and to see his 95-year old uncle. Larry and Charlene took us on a tour of the area, and one notable stop was the Sutliff Bridge, aka the Bridge to Nowhere. The great flood of 2008 amputated the eastern most span. The raging waters of the Cedar River slowly and in a torturous way, removed a piece of history during the morning hours of the 13th of June, 2008. The wreckage was later found over 500 feet downstream and removed from the river. The bridge now looked like that â€œBridge to Nowhereâ€ the former Alaska governor and 2008 Vice Presidential candidate had been touting. If Ms. Palin wanted a â€œBridge to Nowhere,â€ this would be the place to go- at least as long as it will remain like that. The majority of voters as well as the county commissioners in April 2010 voted to spend approximately $2 million to rebuild the bridge. The reconstruction plan consists of rebuilding the eastern span exactly the way it looked like before it ended up in the Cedar. The trestle approach and the flooring system on the two standing structures will also be reconstructed. Construction is set to begin in the spring of 2011 and is expected to be completed in 2013.
THANK YOU so much Frank Summers for spotlighting this shot AND for the nomination for Photo of the Week!!
Also by Susan Littlefield
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