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Note to boaters- If you think it’s gonna be close, don’t chance it and try to sneak under. I got a feeling it’s just not gonna be worth it to slam into one of those huge I beams head on with your vessel. It will be ugly not to mention costly to repair and you’ll look like a complete tool to all the people looking over the railings to check out the pretty boats passing through.
It’s unreal that this control panel is close to a hundred years old and still gets the job done. I bet if it was replaced by some new equipment that the new equipment would break down every 5 years or so and have to be replaced. They just don’t make stuff like they used to.
Part II of the Video Inside The Blynman Brindge Control House For Good Morning Gloucester
Steve Lake, The Cut Bridge Operator Shared This Photo Of The Bridge As It Stood In 1907.
If you look under the bridge you can see at low tide it went aground.
Bridge Operator Steve Lake Shows Us Around The Blynman Bridge Control House
Mike Lindberg asked to see inside the Bridge Control House On Friday.
You ask. We deliver!
Mike Lindberg sent in a suggestion that he would like to see the inside of the Blynman Bridge Control House.
You asked- GMG Delivers Baby!
Mike Lindberg, you asked yesterday to get some footage inside the Blynman Canal Bridge Operator House.
You got it. Look for the video series all next week with pictures!