Looking across the stone bridge in this early 1900’s post card, one can’t help but notice the old bridge railings. They were removed in 1931, but sections of it can still be found around town today. There is still a piece of it on the Post Office end of the stone bridge in front of Emerson Park. There is another section that border’s Union Street Grill and the World War II Memorial park. Prior to 1992, they also served as the railings on the Lincoln Street bridge. Look for these historic sections of bridge railing the next time you are around town!