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Phoebe Goodwill Memorial Bridge

This bridge crosses the Bluestone River on the west side of the Town of Bramwell. It is one of three highway bridges that crosses the Bluestone River in this historic town. It is known as the Phoebe Goodwill Memorial Bridge. It was constructed in 1950 by the J.M. Francesa Company from Fayetteville, WV. The Fayetteville based construction crew stayed at the Historic Goodwill House (Owned by the Messer family at that time) during the construction period and dinned at the old Booth restaurant on Bramwell's Main Street. Some of the Bramwell High School alumni still remember being paid $0.90 per hour during the summer of 1950 to furnish labor on this bridge construction . They got $1.10 per hour overtime pay on Saturday. More information @:

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