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                   Monday, June 18, 2007 - 10:37PM

Mingo Creek Viaduct

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The Mingo Creek Viaduct (also known as the Joe Montana Bridges) near Finleyville, Pennsylvania is the site of three large bridges - two highway (Route 43, part of the PA Turnpike system) and one railroad (W&LE) - that criscross across a wide valley in a rural area south of Pittsburgh. The railroad bridge is 200 feet tall, the highway spans at 260 feet high and 2400 feet long. These are one of the more impressive bridge structures in the country.

With temperatures hovering over a muggy 90 degrees, we decided not to hang around and wait for a train. That will have to wait for another time.

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