Finley River Bridge

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  1. Oldguy

    Oldguy Member Frisco.org Supporter

    Photo posted at https://www.facebook.com/1481513318...765382623411/1140760252623924/?type=3&theater

    Caption - Edd Grubaugh of the Richwood District between Ozark and Nixa is photographed around 1908-09 just after he has crossed Finley Creek near the Ozark Mill. Behind him is a portion of the Frisco Railroad bridge. We are looking northwest. Also barely visible is the 1860s covered bridge which was washed away in 1909
     
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  2. Neat picture Robert. Thanks for posting it.

    More pictures at finleyfarmsmo.com

    and
    watch the video

    Johnny Morris announces restoration efforts for historic mill on Finley River in Ozark:

    https://www.ky3.com/content/news/Jo...-mill-on-Finley-River-in-Ozark-469757853.html

    pic of the Frisco row at the mill
    http://www.frisco.org/shipit/index.php?attachments/frisco-bridge-ozark-mo-8-jpg.2665/

    Hard to believe, but the records states that the grain mill dates back to 1833.
    Must have been indians around that area back then. :eek: :sick:
     
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  3. Karl

    Karl 2008 Engineer of the Year Frisco.org Supporter

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