2011/05, CPR/Napinka Sub. mile 21.1, Bridge over Long River E. of Clearwater MB. A significant landmark, this bridge frequently named the “Clearwater Bridge”, was built in 1979 and is 278’ in length. Bridge height is approximately 100’ from river bottom. Construction is reinforced concrete. The bridge consists of 3 BDPG (ballasted deck plate girder) spans, 85 ft., 101 ft., and 101 ft. (Information – BTRC/CPR files) View – looking slightly N.W. (Click on photo for larger image) Photo – Taken with a Nikon 18-135 mm zoom lens. N.F. © Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese, Author.
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