Photo: A telegraph pole anchored in rock.  I guess the RR guys found it easier to sink a steel pole into the rock above this cut, then mess around with the usual timber pole this time.
Photo: The final bridge of our hike, facing west.  I'm not entirely sure if this is 107-A or 108-A.  Apparently I only photographed one, although we hiked thru the area of both.  Perhaps one was filled in?  Both were (at least originally) nearly identical truss bridges with piling approaches (3 bents on each end).
Photo: Bridge 107-A or 108-A, facing east.  This was the only bridge that had at least some of the stringers left.
Photo: Another view facing east - of either bridge 107-A or 108-A.
Photo: Looking west, and nearing the end of our 6.5 mile hike, at approx MP 106.8.  This was taken 8 minutes after the last bridge photo.  Rod (in the picture here) notes that this is one of the Smalley timber mill locations.
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Steven Haworth
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Bridge 107-A or 108-A, facing east. This was the only bridge that had at least some of the stringers left.