Bridge

Phase II – Grubbing and Clearing

Completed:  August, 2000
Contractor: C&L General Highway and Bridge of Dover

Zoarville Station Bridge overview >

A view of the trail uphill toward State Route 800 from between the bridge and the intersection.
(July 7, 2000)

A view toward the bridge from the trail coming downhill from SR 800. Notice the brush still totally hides the bridge!
(July 7, 2000)

A view from the base of the north approach toward 800. That’s 800 in the background.
(July 7, 2000)

A view from the bottom of the hill below 800 toward the bridge.
(July 14, 2000)

Far view of the ZSB from the cleared roadway.
(July 14, 2000)

Near view of the ZSB from the cleared roadway.
(July 14, 2000)

View from the south side toward the bridge. Clearing was still not complete on that side by that date.
(July 14, 2000)

Another view from the south side toward the bridge. Notice the trees hanging over the bridge on the right side! They were tough to get out without damaging the bridge, but it was done successfully.
(July 14, 2000)

A close-up view from the south side toward the bridge.
(July 14, 2000)

Distant view of the jobsite before clearing was fully completed on both sides. It was essentially done on the north side, but not done on the south.
(July 14, 2000)

A later view from the base of the north approach toward 800.  Note the difference.
(July 14, 2000)