Talk:Tuckasegee River

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Significance of suspension foot bridge crossing near Whittier, North Carolina[edit]

There is a suspension bridge that only allows four people on it at a time, that you access from a shoulder parking lot (of the smokey mountains expressway) just noeth of Whittier, North Carolina. I was wondering if anyone knew the significance of this bridge crossing the Tuckasegee River. See Google satellite view for a closer look.

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Its the white line crossing the river, then dead ends at the railroad. (Pavelow235 (talk) 16:11, 30 June 2009 (UTC))