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Local firefighters keep an eye on Lodi's wooden train trestle

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Posted: Friday, March 23, 2007 10:00 pm

Local firefighters are keeping an eye on a wooden train bridge that crosses the Mokelumne River just east of Lodi and is similar to one that went up in flames last week in Sacramento.

East of Guild Road, the trestle, which is owned by the Central California Traction Company, is about 100 feet long with wooden and cement supports. The March 15 fire in Sacramento occurred on 300 feet of a Union Pacific-owned trestle over the American River.

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