Almost 90 years after the railroad was built, the B&M decided to upgraded this small stream crossing. After the work was completed, they inscribed the date '1929' into the cement retaining wall. This was not a common practice and only the 4th time I've seen a date to mark a crossing of any sort. It will probably remain a mystery as to why they chose to do so at this insignificant stream crossing.
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