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December 3, 2012 11:40 PM

Fort Worth's newest bridge going up while traffic flows

In a dirt field just west of downtown Fort Worth, a giant gantry crane is being used to hoist freshly cured concrete and steel arches into an upright position. Here, the pieces of what many believe will be a new signature feature of Fort Worth's skyline -- the new West Seventh Street bridge -- are being cast.

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