The longest bridge on the East Broad Top main line is this steel structure crossing over Aughwick Creek at Pogue, just south of the Southern Huntingdon County Junior-Senior High School. It consists of two 104 ft. main trusses and a 60 ft. girder on the southern side. It was built in 1904, replacing an earlier wood trestle bridge at this site.
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Pogue Bridge, South End East

Pogue Bridge, North End East

Pogue Bridge, South Pier



Pogue Bridge, South Abutment

Pogue Bridge, South Pier Truss

Pogue Bridge, West side view



Pogue Bridge, Main Truss

Pogue Bridge, South Pier Base

Pogue Bridge, South End East



Pogue Bridge, Main Span East

Pogue Bridge, Main Span North East



All photos taken Friday, April 5th, 2002 by James A. Vliet.

All photographs are copyright 2002 by James A. Vliet. All Rights Reserved.