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Workers gently set one of eight giant concrete beams — each weighing more than 113 tons — in place during Wednesday's construction at the Main Street Bridge in Old Forge. Each beam measured more than 8 feet high and about 164 feet long; they are believed to be the largest beams used in a Wyoming Valley bridge.
Workers gently set one of eight giant concrete beams — each weighing more than 113 tons — in place during Wednesday's construction at the Main Street Bridge in Old Forge. Each beam measured more than 8 feet high and about 164 feet long; they are believed to be the largest beams used in a Wyoming Valley bridge.
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Workers gently set one of eight giant concrete beams — each weighing more than 113 tons — in place during Wednesday’s construction at the Main Street Bridge in Old Forge. Each beam measured more than 8 feet high and about 164 feet long; they are believed to be the largest beams used in a Wyoming Valley bridge.


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