Built In The 1800s, The Parkersburg Railroad Bridge In West Virginia Was Once The Longest Bridge In The World
West Virginia has some really great bridges. The New River Gorge Bridge is a well-deserved favorite, but sometimes we forget about all the other bridges around the state that are pretty impressive as well!
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Did you know the amazing history behind the Sixth Street Parkersburg Railroad Bridge? For more West Virginia bridge history, try ten more you can actually cross!
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