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Photo: Sandblasting the former Maroon Creek pedestrian bridge

A masked man maneuvers into position for sandblasting work on sections of the former Maroon Creek pedestrian bridge Friday. Sections of the old bridge, sitting at the Brush Creek intercept lot, are being prepared for new paint and placement on the Brush Creek Trail between Highway 82 and Snowmass Village. Icon Excavating of Gypsum is the contractor for the Pitkin County Open Space and Trails project.

A masked man maneuvers into position for sandblasting work on sections of the former Maroon Creek pedestrian bridge Friday. Sections of the old bridge, sitting at the Brush Creek intercept lot, are being prepared for new paint and placement on the Brush Creek Trail between Highway 82 and Snowmass Village. Icon Excavating of Gypsum is the contractor for the Pitkin County Open Space and Trails project.


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