South Puyallup River Bridge Photos

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The South Puyallup River Bridge was built in 1930-31 in Mount Rainier National Park as part of the West Side Road project, planned to link the park's Nisqually and Carbon River entrances. The stone-faced reinforced Concrete bridge was designed by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Public Roads. It spans 42 feet (13 m) and…
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South Puyallup River Bridge