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By GARTH MEYER
Staff Reporter 

State Parks to repair Rosalia trestle

 

Last updated 1/7/2021 at 10:37am



ROSALIA — Washington State Parks will open bids Jan. 21 for a project to repair the historic train trestle here after incidents in recent years of small pieces of concrete falling to the Old State Highway 271-Rosalia Road below.

The project will include removal of loose concrete, debris containment and temporary sediment and erosion controls, state officials said.

Concrete pieces from a half-inch to 2 inches have been seen on the road.

The 1915 trestle, a former railroad bridge owned by State Parks as part of the Palouse-to-Cascades Trail (formerly John Wayne Trail), was the subject of...



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