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Where the elegant arch bridge

Where the elegant arch bridge

Where the elegant arch bridge

Please who will tell me where is the elegant arch bridge?

RE: Where the elegant arch bridge

Maybe Arizona? A bridge over one of the lakes on the Colorado River? The arch dam beyond should be a clue.

RE: Where the elegant arch bridge

I think you are looking through the bridge at the Theodore Roosevelt Dam on the Salt River near Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
I have never been there, so I could be wrong; it happens occasionally.
So far I have found no information on the bridge itself.

update: It appears to be the Roosevelt Lake Bridge:

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Where the elegant arch bridge

From GE

Apparently part of the "Apache Trail" on route 188

Nice bridge. guess the foundations go into rock...

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RE: Where the elegant arch bridge

Sometimes, you can run down an image like that by uploading to Google image search and finding a site with information.

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