Officials Celebrate Completion Of Train Trestles In East Hampton Village - 27 East

Officials Celebrate Completion Of Train Trestles In East Hampton Village

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Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

Instead of a ribbon cutting ceremony, a large fire truck was driven under the newly raised bridge.   KYRIL BROMLEY  

authorElizabeth Vespe on Nov 18, 2019
The East Hampton Fire Department on Friday drove a large fire truck under the North Main Street trestle to celebrate the completed replacement of two 124-year-old train trestles in East... more

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