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Trinity County Bridges
(Trinity County Line):

The Trinity River Railroad Swing Bridge
&

The Old Trinity River Highway Span


Trinity County


by John Troesser
Trinity River railroad swing bridge and  highway span bridge
Aerial view the Highway 19 bridge under construction, and the railroad swing bridge
Photo courtesy Trinity County Historical Society

The Old Trinity River Highway Span

The old Trinity River highway bridge is alongside (north side) of the current Highway 19 bridge. It remains open to traffic and offers a close look at regional flora.
Trinity River highway bridge, Texas
Approaching the old Trinity River highway bridge
Photo by John Troesser, May 2004
Trinity River highway span bridge, Texas
Showing the position of the old Trinity River highway bridge next to Highway 19
Photo by John Troesser, May 2004
Trinity county flora, view from the bridge, Texas
A view from the bridge: Trinity County flora
Photo by John Troesser, May 2004
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March 1, 2005
John Troesser


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