(Printed verso reads: "Twin Bridges on I-75, Clays Ferry, Kentucky. The bridges are 250 feet high, 1,736 feet long and considered the highest Highway Bridges east of the Mississippi and contains the highest continuous deck steel bridge in the nation. Several pictures of the bridge have appeared in national magazines. One was designed architecturally before it was designed structurally and is outstanding not only for its functional engineering but also for its structural beauty.")
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