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|131-year-old Pa. bridge may move to Alabama|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
READING, Pa. — A 131-year-old eastern Pennsylvania bridge might gain a new lease on life in a warmer climate.
Berks County officials are considering a proposal to ship the Wiley’s Road Bridge in Ontelaunee Township to Alabama, The Reading Eagle reported Friday.
County commissioner Kevin Barnhardt said Alabama officials would use the truss span to provide access to a historic bridge that activists there want to save. The interest group, Workin’ Bridges, would pay or seek funding to disassemble, transport and reassemble the span, officials said.
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