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Bridging the gap

Crews shoring up Longfellow until its restoration

Contractor Dave Miller used a torch last week to cut a custom piece of material to apply to the Longfellow Bridge. Contractor Dave Miller used a torch last week to cut a custom piece of material to apply to the Longfellow Bridge. (Globe Staff Photo / John Bohn)
By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / March 3, 2008

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The Red Line thunders overhead as construction workers perched on a platform repair the gritty underbelly of the Longfellow Bridge, using bolts and clamps, cutting torches, and steel to patch the worn bridge piece by piece. (Full article: 848 words)

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