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bridge on Rte 29......

is the bridge on Rte 29 south of Tunkhannock still closed?
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

Are you talking about the one that crosses the Bowman Creek?
There is a picnic area there also?, We go up that way to camp in NE Bradford and across the bridge on 267 and 6. Any body know how that bridge fared?

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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

I don't know how it is now,but somebody on hear had a picture of the bridge at the blinking light,and the water was coming over the bridge,but that was a couple of days ago!

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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

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Are you talking about the one that crosses the Bowman Creek?
There is a picnic area there also?, We go up that way to camp in NE Bradford and across the bridge on 267 and 6. Any body know how that bridge fared?
on the north side there is a rest area, short ways uo the road is a restaurant, Marsha's ?. I know it was closed.someone said it washed away, looking for confirmation...
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

that's the way i go to camp .glad i read your post i'll try to find out .
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

Last i read rt29 was closed at rt292 where the gas station is due to a sink hole opening up.
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

Anyone know how Marsha's faired? I know last time they got flooded but I think this one was worst then the one in 2010.
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

The diner is ok. The sinkhole is on rt 29 between bowmans creek gas station and 292 at Lorbees gas station. This section of road is closed and expected to be closed for a few weeks. There is a detour sign just before the rt 29/309 intersection that will take you to 292 at Lorbees. From there you can go straight to Tunkhannock no problems. Also rt6 is open east and west.
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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

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Re: bridge on Rte 29......

thanks for the info glad Marshas is ok. Good place to eat
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