On Virginia Water Radio for 12-22-14: Virginia’s Bridge Heritage

This week, Virginia Water Radio looks listens to some traffic on the now-closed Waterloo bridge between Culpeper and Fauquier counties, and examines how bridges over waterways have had a key role in Virginia’s past, present, and (we expect) future.  Click here to have a listen (3 min./40 sec.)

Waterloo Bridge VIDEO over Rapp River RT 613 Culpeper-Fauquier line Oct 2014 by Julie Bolthouse rcvd 12-9-14

Waterloo Bridge over the Rappahannock River on Rt. 613, Culpeper-Fauquier, Va., county line, October 2014. Photo by Julie Bolthouse, used with permission.

Virginia Water Radio, online at http://www.virginiawaterradio.org, is the Virginia Water Resources Research Center’s weekly podcast using sounds and music to focus on issues, events, people, and creatures connected to Virginia’s waters.

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