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Crockery Creek Bridge

 

Photos from the Jack Rollenhagen photo collection.

 

The captions displayed at the bottom of Jack’s photos are notes that we found on the reverse side of his original photos.

 

 

Over time, there were at least three rail road bridges that crossed Crockery Creek.

According to this photo, the first Grand Trunk Rail Road Bridge that crossed Crockery Creek washed out in 1905.

 

The bridge in the background is the Interurban Bridge.

This photo shows the second Grand Trunk Rail Road Bridge after all of the construction was completed.

Crockery Creek Bridge

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Grand Trunk RR Washout.  Crockery Creek 1905

Jack Rollenhagen Photo Collection

Jack Rollenhagen Photo Collection

Grand Trunk RR Bridge.  Crockery Creek 1908

This photo shows the construction of the second Grand Trunk Rail Road Bridge.

 

You can see the Interurban Bridge in the background.

Jack Rollenhagen Photo Collection

Grand Trunk RR Bridge.  Crockery Creek 1908

This photo of the third Crockery Creek Rail Road Bridge was taken by Jim Fitzpatrick.

Winter 2009 - 2010

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Another view of the third Crockery Creek Rail Road Bridge.

Photo by Jim Fitzpatrick

Fall 2009

Crockery Creek Flats

 

The following photo shows the bridge that was built in Crockery Flats.

This bridge does not cross Crockery Creek.

Jack Rollenhagen Photo Collection

Grand Trunk RR Bridge.  Crockery Flats