The construction of the New River Gorge Bridge took three years and was completed on Oct. 22, 1977. Today, Bridge Day is observed on the third Saturday of each October, celebrating the engineering marvel. For a complete look at Bridge Day 2012, see the special tabloid inside the Thursday edition of The Fayette Tribune.
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