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The High Steel Bridge is a truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River, on National Forest Service road #2340 in Mason County, Washington, near the city of Shelton. The bridge is 685 feet (209 m) long, and its deck is 375 feet (114 m) above the river.

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High Steel Bridge, National Forest Development Road 2340
Shelton, Washington 98584

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