Caring for a historic bridge

Messenger photo by Rick Palsgrove
The historic Bergstresser-Dieitz wooden covered bridge in Canal Winchester recently received some special care from workers from Holdren, Inc. Pictured here, a man, who said people call him, “Gator,” applies a primer sealer to the exterior walls of the bridge as he stands on a ladder high above the flowing waters of Walnut Creek.
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