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    Default Question regiarding location of Frankenstein Trestle

    Is this shot of Frankenstein Trestle, or is this Willey Brook Bridge?

    http://www.mosscreekmedia.com/post/F...n-Trestle.aspx

    I can't remember exactly where I was on 302 when I took this. I've alwasy thought that was Frankenstein Trestle I was looking at, but after looking on wikimapia (http://snipurl.com/ap9na [wikimapia_org] ) I'm not sure.

    Figured someone on the forums could correct me.

    Kirk

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Is this shot of Frankenstein Trestle, or is this Willey Brook Bridge?

    http://www.mosscreekmedia.com/post/F...n-Trestle.aspx

    I can't remember exactly where I was on 302 when I took this. I've alwasy thought that was Frankenstein Trestle I was looking at, but after looking on wikimapia (http://snipurl.com/ap9na [wikimapia_org] ) I'm not sure.

    Figured someone on the forums could correct me.

    Kirk
    Looks like Frankenstein Trestle but I'm a bit disoriented on the view location. This is what it looks like from a slightly different angle if that helps

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    Default Imho...

    it's the Willey Brook Trestle. Frankenstein Trestle is a mile or two south of where you are taking that pano. It can be seen from the entrance to the Dry River CG where there is also a good view of the Frankenstein Cliffs.

    Great pano, at any rate. Also excellent loon pictures in the other thread, Kirk!

    KDT

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