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The Bridges of King County Through the Lens of T. P. Blum: 1931 - 1934
Bridge_no_427I___July_15_1932__TPBlum

Cherry Creek Bridge, NE Cherry Valley Road at 300th Avenue NE, 1.5 miles NE of Duvall, July 15, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 427I. Section 17, Township 26N, Range 7E.)

Bridge_no_1136A__July_15_1932__TPBlum_4

Duvall Bridge, NE Woodinville-Duvall Road at west city limit of Duvall: Snoqualmie River, July 15, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 1136A. Section 14, Township 26N, Range 6E.)

Bridge_no_1889E__July_10_1934__TPBlum

1 mile east of Kennydale on Gordon Pritchard Road, May Creek, July 10, 1934. (Series 474, Bridge Number 1889E. Section 32, Township 24N, Range 5E.)

Bridge_no_493B__July__8__1932__TPBlum

Bandaret Bridge, SE May Valley Road, 3.5 miles SE of Issaquah: Issaquah Creek, July 8, 1932. (Series 474, Bridge Number 493B. Section 15, Township 23N, Range 6E.)

King and Queen Post Truss

This style of bridge dates back to Medieval times. The King post truss is triangular in shape, and the Queen post truss is trapezoidal. This type of bridge was usually made of wood.

Bridge_no_493B__July_17_1933__TPBlum

Bandaret Bridge, Issaquah Creek (July 17, 1933) (Series 474, Bridge Number 493B. Section 15, Township 23N, Range 6E.)

Bridge_no_1883A__June_30_1933__TPBlum_2

Near Redmond, Sammamish River, June 30, 1933. [Northern Pacific overpass in background.] ( Series 474, Bridge Number 1883A. Section 11, Township 25N, Range 5E.)

Bridge_no_99C__March__22__1933__TPBlum_2_medium

Wilson Bridge at Peters Farm: Issaquah Creek, March 22, 1933. (Series 474, Bridge Number 99C. Section 10, Township 24N, Range 6E.)

Bridge_no_164D__June_30_1933__TPBlum_2

Redmond Bridge: Sammamish River, June 30, 1933. (Series 474, Bridge Number 164D. Section 11, Township 25N, Range 5E.)

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