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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Bad Photography Saturday

Pittston is blessed with a couple very interesting, and very different bridges crossing the Susquehanna River.

Most people call this one, built in 1914, as the Water Street Bridge.  The official name is the Firefighters' Memorial Bridge.  It was named to honor a couple volunteers who died fighting a fire in downtown Pittston in the early 90's.

The bridge is more than 1,000 feet long, and this is the view, east to west.

A look at the other bridge tomorrow.