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Escambia Bay Bridge photos
      #34104 - Mon Oct 25 2004 03:13 AM Attachment (469 downloads)

Here are a couple of photos taken Oct. 8th across the Escambia Bay bridge in Pensacola, just after the bridge re-opened after being closed due to damage from Ivan. Note that traffic was reduced to one lane each way on the westbound side of the bridge, but that even that side had many steel reinforcing posts to help shoulder the loads and repair the damage from Ivan.

http://flhurricane.com/cyclone/files/34104-escambiabridge1.jpg danielw



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Re: Escambia Bay Bridge photos [Re: Clark]
      #34105 - Mon Oct 25 2004 03:14 AM Attachment (448 downloads)

Here's the second one.

http://flhurricane.com/cyclone/files/34105-escambiabridge2.jpg danielw


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