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15 March 2015


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Arnold Mundua

It would be great to post a photo of Col's bridge in this blog together with the article.

In the photo you can see the piles of the old bridge (all that remains) to the right of the present bridge - KJ

Arnold Mundua

I saw the remains of this bridge when I was a forest officer based in Kandrian in the late 90s and had often wondered about these rotting structures. Now I know how and who had them there. Good story.

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