Suspensive Bridge on the Bighorn

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  • Title:  Suspensive Bridge on the Bighorn
  • Description:  Over colorful terraces along the Big Horn River at Thermopolis flows water from mineral hot springs, over 18,000 gallons every 24 hours at a constant temperature of 135 degrees Fahrenheit. The terraces were known and used for years by Indians, who believed that the waters were beneficial to health and that they could have a warrior invincible in battle. Big Horn Hot Springs still flows over the Rainbow Terraces on the bluffs overlooking the Big Horn River. The suspension foot bridge across the Bighorn River is commonly called "The Swinging Bridge." The structure built originally in 1916, but due to dereliction, the original structure was removed in July 1991 and was replaced during 1992.
  • Owner:  Artwestimage.com
  • Views:  153
  • Added:  Jun 1, 2018
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License: Royalty Free

Resolution: 2735 x 1451 px ( 9.1" x 4.8" @ 300 dpi )

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