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          This bridge crosses the Gerstle River. Originally built in 1944, it is one of four "steel through truss-style" bridges on the Highway. It was renamed the Black Veterans Memorial Bridge in 1993 as a tribute to 3,695 soldiers of the Army and the Corps of Engineers for their contribution in constructing the Alaska Highway.
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