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Work begins to remove Whatcom Falls Park trestle

Historic railroad structure is beyond repair

Workers prepare to remove the timber railroad trestle over Whatcom Creek as the bridge leans as its supports have worn down.
Workers prepare to remove the timber railroad trestle over Whatcom Creek in Whatcom Falls Park Thursday, Aug. 31. The old bridge is unsafe and beyond repair, Bellingham Parks and Recreation officials said. (Frank Catalano/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Work has begun in Bellingham’s Whatcom Falls Park to remove a decaying but beloved historic railro
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