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Cisco and the Dewey Bridge
Utah


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Cisco Became a ghost town when bypassed by Interstate 70

Cisco Became a ghost town when bypassed by Interstate 70

At one time a station and water stop on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, later a service hub on Highway 50, Cisco withered when Interstate 70 bypassed it and is now gradually disappearing.

Cisco, north of Moab, Utah

Date photographed: June 12, 2014
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Historic Dewey Bridge with its wooden deck burnt away

Historic Dewey Bridge with its wooden deck burnt away

The Dewey Bridge, built in 1916, was the first to cross the upper Colorado River. An accidental fire destroyed its wooden deck structure in 2008.

Colorado River between Cisco and Moab, Utah

Date photographed: June 12, 2014
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The Dewey Bridge was the first across the Colorado River

The Dewey Bridge was the first across the Colorado River

The 1916 Dewey Bridge was a wood and wire suspension span

Colorado River between Cisco and Moab, Utah

Date photographed: June 12, 2014
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Colorado River south of Dewey

Colorado River south of Dewey

This is a flatwater stretch of the Colorado, not very exciting, but with the expected red rock canyon scenery. Thousands of people float this stretch, mostly on commercial day-trips.

Colorado River between Cisco and Moab, Utah

Date photographed: June 12, 2014
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