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story.lead_photo.caption File Photo/NWA Democrat-Gazette/ANDY SHUPE Washington County and the state Highway and Transportation Department will replace the 90-year-old Woolsey Bridge, which spans the West Fork of the White River just south of West Fork.

West Fork officials say they've been given a historic southern Washington County bridge and they plan on relocating it to use as part of the city's bike and pedestrian trail system.

Washington County and the state Highway and Transportation Department plan to replace the 90-yearold Woolsey Bridge, which spans the West Fork of the White River just south of West Fork.

The bridge is part of the National Register of Historic Places and has been closed since January because of safety concerns.

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