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Remember the original Dewey Bridge

When I drove this route recently, I was sad to see that the Dewey Bridge was destroyed by fire. It... read more

Reviewed June 20, 2017
Muesli_Man
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Denver, Colorado
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We stopped at the old Dewey Bridge today while driving Utah route 128. So sad to see the rusting... read more

Reviewed March 4, 2016
Sean M
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Smithfield, Utah, United States
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20 Jun 2017
“Remember the original Dewey Bridge”
4 Mar 2016
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Famed bridge, one-lane, crosses the Colorado River, listed in the National Historic Register.
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Reviewed June 20, 2017

When I drove this route recently, I was sad to see that the Dewey Bridge was destroyed by fire. It reminded me of the first time I saw the bridge back in April of 1978, when it was the only way to cross the Colorado...More

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Reviewed March 4, 2016 via mobile

We stopped at the old Dewey Bridge today while driving Utah route 128. So sad to see the rusting remains of the bridge after it had been restored in 2000. I hope at some point the bridge can be restored again

1  Thank Sean M
Reviewed May 28, 2015

The Kokopelli Trail runs through the Dewey Bridge area. There are several campgrounds, some including outhouses. The trails in this area are spectacular, some accessible to passenger cars, and some requiring full on rock crawlers, so make sure you know where you are going! Take...More

1  Thank Wade S
Reviewed July 1, 2013

If you are taking the scenic Hwy. 128 to Moab, you will notice what is left of the Dewey Bridge. This bridge was a wood suspension bridge that was built in 1919 and destroyed by fire in 2008. When it was built it was designed...More

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