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Rusk Footbridge
Rusk, Texas

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Rusk Footbridge, Texas
Rusk Footbridge at the end of 5th Street at Lone Oak in Rusk
Rusk Footbridge historical marker, Texas
Rusk Footbridge Historical Marker
From the marker text:
First built in 1861, the 546 foot long bridge was rebuilt in 1889 by engineer T.H. Barnes who had built New Birmingham, Texas. The bridge had been restored in the late 1960s - on plans left by Barnes.

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