Bridge near Glenvar
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Thu Nov 27 09:10:28 EST 2014
I have never actually heard a name for the bridge. If I recall correctly, it is a skewed truss bridge, built by Virginia Bridge and Iron with a date of 1907.
Where the two bridges cross the river, timetable east, of the bridge was known informally, on the N&W as Yateman's Curve, and now is called Yateman's. On the VGN, I've never heard it referred to as anything but "Singer", but Singer on the N&W was about a mile west of there, so I don't know if that was something H. Reid picked up or not.
On Nov 26, 2014, at 10:34 PM, NW Mailing List via NW-Mailing-List wrote:
> There is a Virginian bridge over the N&W near Glenvar. It has a steep angle between the two truss sides.
> Does this bridge have a name in the Archives? Are there documents of its construction or detailed photos?
> I found a few online using Google Earth but I would like more information.
> Mike Shockley
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