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A new railroad bridge in San Jose, Calif., shown Oct. 5, 2011, is the last piece in the Sacramento District’s decades-long Guadalupe River Project to reduce flood risk for the city, scheduled for completion next year. The new bridge, scheduled for completion by November, replaces an older, lower bridge that blocked floodwater and often caused the Guadalupe River to spill its banks. (U.S. Army Photo by Todd Plain/Released)
|Source||A new railroad bridge in San Jose, Calif.|
|Author||U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District|
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