Wil-cox Bridge work (March 2011)
Date: 3/1/2011 Album ID: 1181397
Photos by Jon Lakey
Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
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Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
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Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
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Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
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Construction crews work on the 1924 Wil-cox bridge that spans the Yadkin River. The span was closed on April 8 of 2010, after inspectors found exposed rebar, deteriorating concrete and deep cracks in the structure. Davidson County aquired the bridge from the state of North Carolina with hopes of turning it into a pedestrian bridge and perserver the historic value of the 87-year-old sturcture. photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
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