Devil's Elbow Bridge

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The bridge is named for the bend in the river below and comes from the days when loggers would transport logs by floating them on the water. The loggers themselves would stand upon the floating logs, but the devilish turn in the river made the logs hard to control. This steel and concrete bridge has the Route 66 shield logo stamped on the pavement going through, marking it as an important and historic thoroughfare.

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