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English: CROSSINGS - Bridge Building in West Virginia is an hour-long DVD documentary and book that shows the formidable terrain early settlers faced as they crossed over the Appalachians and how they overcame these transportation barriers with innovative, award-winning structures. The documentary covers all 17 of West Virginia’s remaining covered bridges and highlights modern engineering masterpieces such as the world-famous New River Bridge.
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Author Carol Melling, Terry Lively, Eric Steele

Philippi, West Virginia

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