BNSF bridge replacement bound for Drano Lake
Steel structure to float Columbia River, replace century-old bridge
Vancouver, Wash. August 26, 2020
Crews worked late into the night on Monday to transfer a newly-built railroad bridge from the Vigor industrial yard at the Columbia Business Center to a waiting barge in the Columbia River. The bridge is bound for Drano Lake, about 60 miles east of Vancouver on the north side of the Columbia River, where it will replace a 113-year-old bridge that carries the BNSF Railway line across the mouth of the lake where it empties into the Columbia.
Learn more about the project as reported by The Columbian here.
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