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Raccoon Creek Pedestrian Bridge (2009), Granville Ohio

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The Raccoon Creek Pedestrian Bridge in Granville Ohio was completed in the  fall of 2009.  The bridge creates a safe pathway for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross the mighty Raccoon Creek on the way to businesses on River Road or to the recreational Raccoon Valley Park.

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