Like never before we are aware of the crucial place of bridges in our lives. Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel documents and celebrates a wide range of the state’s rural and urban spans. Historian Denis P. Gardner tells the remarkable stories of their construction and makes a compelling argument for the value of preserving our bridges and the cultural heritage they carry.
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