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  • A county road now runs where the railroad right-of-way was during the 1800s.A county road now runs where the railroad right-of-way was during the 1800s.8/4/2009
  • From the Library of Congress: The original bridge built under the supervision of Herman HauptFrom the Library of Congress: The original bridge built under the supervision of Herman Haupt8/4/2009
  • Another piece of the bridge lies behind the abutment - its use or function unknown.Another piece of the bridge lies behind the abutment - its use or function unknown.8/4/2009
  • The Potomac Creek which the bridge once crossed can be seen through the leafy canopy. The Potomac Creek which the bridge once crossed can be seen through the leafy canopy. 8/4/2009
  • Another part of the bridge remains with the bolts intact.Another part of the bridge remains with the bolts intact.8/4/2009
  • Looking at what was once the railroad right-of-way and is now a road from the top of the abutment.Looking at what was once the railroad right-of-way and is now a road from the top of the abutment.8/4/2009
  • A closer look of the top of the abutment that once carried trains across the creek.A closer look of the top of the abutment that once carried trains across the creek.8/4/2009
  • The sign stands in front of the abutment.The sign stands in front of the abutment.8/4/2009
  • An informational display and Civil War Trails sign identify this as a Civil War Discovery site.An informational display and Civil War Trails sign identify this as a Civil War Discovery site.8/4/2009
  • Only the south abutment remains of the Potomac Creek Bridge used as a supply line during the Civil War.Only the south abutment remains of the Potomac Creek Bridge used as a supply line during the Civil War.8/4/2009
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