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The Bridges of King County Through the Lens of T. P. Blum: 1931 - 1934

Concrete Slab

Reinforced concrete slab bridges were and are popular for their relatively low cost, simplicity, and durability.

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4 miles W of Black Diamond on HH Howard Road, June 28, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 969B. Section 18, Township 21N, Range 6E.)

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1 mile W of O’Brien on Frank McLellan Road, June 23, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 22B. Section 11, Township 22N, Range 4E.)

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O’Brien West Valley Road, June 23, 1932 (Series 474. Bridge Number 1851D. Section 11, Township 22N, Range 4E.))

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Kanaskat Highway Bridge, SE 416th St at 274th Ave SE, N of Enumclaw, W of Birch: Newaukum Creek, June 25, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 3043. Sections 12 and 13, Township 20N, Range 6E.)

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SE 416th St and 276th Ave SE, N of Enumclaw: Newaukum Creek, June 25, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 3042. Section 18, Township 20N, Range 7E.)

TTY Relay 711

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