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The End of a Bridge

How does a community celebrate a bridge’s impending implosion?

In Greenfield, they throw a party.

 

 

The most interesting part was you could enter a raffle for $10/ticket to “push the button” that brings the bridge down this December.

 

 

Here’s looking at you, bridge.

 

 

 
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