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May 30, 2012

Fall City 2013 – River: Bridges


River: Bridges


The first bridge over Snoqualmie River in Fall City was a wooden footbridge built in 1889. In 1915, the bridge was replaced by a concrete arch bridge to accommodate automobile crossings. The current SR 202 bridge was built in 1951.

For easy pedestrian access across Snoqualmie River, a pedestrian footbridge has been proposed. The proposal was designed by the late Carroll Vogel of Sahale Bridge Builders.