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Jim Creek Bridge

The bridge was built in 1945 and is one of the few concrete bridges built during that period. Labor and materials were scarce during World War II, and its construction is a testament to the importance of this bridge, which provided access to vital timber reserves for the war effort. At 308 feet in length, it features a 199-foot open spandrel rib-type reinforced concrete deck arch.