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Red Wolf Crossing

SR 128 from Clarkston to Wilma

The piers for this bridge were built in the late 1970s before the water in the Snake River rose behind Lower Granite Dam. The steel spans were not placed and the bridge did not open to traffic until circa 1983. SR 193 originally crossed this bridge. In 1990, the section of SR 193 from Jct US 12 south of the Red Wolf Crossing to the first intersection north of the bridge was transferred to SR 128. From this intersection, SR 128 was extended east along an existing county road to the Idaho state line. Idaho SR 128 was created from a former local road and extended east to Jct US 12 in North Lewiston.

The photo was taken from the southwest side of the bridge in July 2001.

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