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Looking downstream, with Bridge #1907 in foreground and twin Railroad bridges in the distance. Fauquier County is to the left of the river centerline, Culpeper County to the right.
Portal views on bridge.
Top chord connection.
View of truss web.
View beside bridge. Left to Right: Span 4 Culpeper side meeting Span 3 at Pier 3; Span 3; Middle of river is Pier 2, where Span 3 meets Span 2; Span 2: Far bank on Fauquier side has Pier 1, which meets Span 1 (only its railing visible). Overhead wires and wire-bearing conduit cross the river only on the downstream side of the bridge.
View from bridge. Nearby railroad truss bridge is visible. The downstream railing of Bridge #1907 is in the foreground.
Culpeper side, along the east side of Business Rt. 15/29, adjacent to Bridge #1907 and the Rappahannock River (which are both to the left of this view): Pool where the canal boats (circa 1840-1860) docked to load and unload Remington-area goods.
View contrasting the approach and main span railings. View looking toward the preserved Rappahan-nock Station Civil War battlefield.
"Stilling Well" holds a real-time data-transmitting USGS River Gauge powered by a small solar panel. Bridge #1907 is in the background.