Thursday, January 24, 2013

No. 160 Pacific Hwy Bridge 370

Yellow Ribbon Hwy #370
WA-529 N, Bridge 370
Everett, WA

The Bridge 370, built in 1927 during Everett's growth years, spans the north and south banks of the Snohomish River and connects State Route 529 "Yellow Ribbon Highway" from Everett to Marysville and is a handsome 80-plus year old dual deck two-lane vertical cantilever bridge. It is eventually slated to be replaced with a four-lane non-movable bridge. It is easily seen from Interstate 5, which it parallels.

Bridge 370 at sunset Bridge 370 at sunset 529 Bridge

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