Fred Redmon Memorial Bridge Selah, Wa
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Fred Redmon Memorial Bridge Selah, Wa

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The Fred G. Redmon memorial bridge is also known as the Selah Creek Bridge and is located near Selah, Washington.  The bridge was open for traffic on 2 November, 1971.  

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_G._Redmon_Bridge

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