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Peabody Bridge

For the month of March, the Friday old Photos will be Railroad related. So if you are a railfan, you’ll probably be looking forward to Friday. If you’re not…

Today’s old photo is dated January 9, 1921, and is captioned

    Bridge over G.T.R. – Walkerville

The edge of the long demolished Peabody building is visible on the left. Not to be confused with the still standing Walker Power Building.

Over the years, post that relate to the Peabody Bridge, always seem to bring out a lot of memories. This is a neat photo from below.

Have a safe weekend everyone. See you back here Monday.
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