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Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, May 10, 2016

By Bill Kombol

The Kummer Bridge spans 688 feet, is 28 feet wide, and stands 155 feet above the river. For that reason, it’s sometimes called the high bridge.

The Kummer Bridge spans 688 feet, is 28 feet wide, and stands 155 feet above the river. For that reason, it’s sometimes called the high bridge.

This view of the Kummer Bridge over the Green River was taken October 1, 1939, by a Seattle Times photographer. The steel truss bridge was constructed in 1932-1933, to provide a more direct route between Black Diamond and Enumclaw. (more…)

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