Check out the link below of a YouTube video of the Canadian National Railroad bridge being put in place. It is a 30 minute video that was broadcast on local cable TV in Oshkosh.
In the middle they show it being put in place. Towards the 3/4 mark you can see trains going over it. Then at the end you can see it open/close and a few boats pass under.
Tim and Kathy found this awesome video clip on the web and I thought I would share! This is really neat to see. You can catch parts of the old Fin-n-Feather and the Winneconne bridge in here too.
Click here and this should pop up in a new window to watch.
This article ran today on the Northwestern.com site today and may be of interest to our harbor and the entire water system.
If you would like to get involved, you are encouraged to check out the site listed in the article. Note that the article has a typo with the site, the correct link is here: http://www.winnebagowaterways.com/
Got an email from a gentleman from the Port Defender Secure Network website with some links that I would like to share. They are posted under the links area on our site here, but here they are as well.
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