Raystown Branch Juniata River - Huntingdon vicinity, Pennsylvania, USA

All photos by David Denenberg. Please do not reuse without permission. This large one-lane suspension bridge crosses the Raystown Branch just before it meets the Juniata a few miles south of Huntingdon. The bridge was substantially rehabilitated in 1996.

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Some of the suspender rods have tensioners.

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There are eight of these connections. Two on each side of each tower for each cable.

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