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Union Pacific Joso Railroad Bridge
Highway 261 just East of Lyons Ferry Road
Starbuck, Washington 99359
Voice: 402-544-5000

The Union Pacific Joso Bridge was built 1910. This historical Joso bridge is one of America's longest railroad bridges and still in service today. This amazing bridge looms over the Snake River like a sleeping giant.

If you are planning a trip to Palouse Falls or just traveling across this part of Washington. We highly recommend that you try to travel during the daylight. You will see this towing giant for miles away. As you get to the bridge you will see the massive towering trestle high over head.



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