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Possible dig of a lifetime

Kheidecker

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So I do construction for a living and I got a buddy that does Excavating and they just broke ground on the Ill side of the famous Eads bridge in st. Louis. It was the first Steel Bridge to cross the Mississippi and the first railroad to go across the Mississippi finished in 1874 by Andrew Carnegie. So I will have full access to poke around an hopefully do some digging soon as I get off work today I will be going straight there and see what I can't come up with anything I find will be posted.. the history of downtown St Louis and this bridge gives me goosebumps butterflies and chills thinking of what could be found.
 

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sandchip

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If your friend will be able to let you "chase the bucket", that would be great too. Best of luck.
 

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