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Whipple bridge

Eyesore, picturesque setting: Old span evokes emotions

June 27, 2013

WHIPPLE — Just feet from the railroad bridge spanning Ohio 821 in Whipple, Scott Bever and William “Bill” Byers were installing brick-type edging in Bever’s front yard Wednesday....

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Jun-27-13 5:42 AM

Leave it alone !!!!!

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Jun-27-13 7:01 AM

This article should bring some interesting comments. I guess the main question, is it structurally sound? Is it useable? How much of the tax payers dollars would be used to tear it down? How many accidents does the bridge cause on a yearly basis?

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Jun-27-13 8:56 AM

It is private property leave it alone!

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Jun-27-13 9:21 AM

Take it down its an eye sore. We need signs growth

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Jun-27-13 9:55 AM

It isn't used for anything just a reminder of times past. Leave it alone!

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Jun-27-13 12:02 PM

If it's not safe, then it needs some attention - removed or fixed. Oh and... Don't just stand there, let's get to it. Strike a pose,there's nothing to it.

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Jun-28-13 9:35 AM

If it isn't used, and won't be used in the future, then it's probably not being properly maintained. If it's not properly maintained, then it's a safety hazard. Will you people still defend it when it falls onto a passing car and kills the children in the back seat? Good grief, tear it down, already.

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