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Rockville Bridge: Rails Across the Susquehanna 
By Dan Cupper

Rockville Bridge: Rails Across the Susquehanna

  • A new book that tells the complete story of Pennsylvania’s Rockville Bridge, longest concrete-and-masonry stone-arch railroad bridge in the world, on the occasion of its centennial year. Generations of railroad fans, bridge historians, and artists have visited, photographed and illustrated this beloved landmark, which crosses the Susquehanna River on 48 arches five miles above Harrisburg, Pa. For this 3,820-foot-long bridge, 2002 marks the 100th year of uninterrupted service for the Pennsylvania, Penn Central, Conrail, and Norfolk Southern railroads.

    Softcover, 8.5" x 11", 112 pages, 200+ photos
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