A Union Pacific train passes under the new overpass being constructed on Highway 124 about five miles east of Burbank before the sun rises Friday morning as construction workers pour the concrete deck. The deck pour for the $11 million project was delayed a couple weeks recently because of the high daily and overnight temperatures. The temperature of the concrete mix is important to its durability and strength, according to WSDOT officials. Monument Drive, which parallels the railroad tracks, is also being realigned so it connects to the highway farther west of the current location.
A Union Pacific train passes under the new overpass being constructed on Highway 124 about five miles east of Burbank before the sun rises Friday morning as construction workers pour the concrete deck. The deck pour for the $11 million project was delayed a couple weeks recently because of the high daily and overnight temperatures. The temperature of the concrete mix is important to its durability and strength, according to WSDOT officials. Monument Drive, which parallels the railroad tracks, is also being realigned so it connects to the highway farther west of the current location. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A Union Pacific train passes under the new overpass being constructed on Highway 124 about five miles east of Burbank before the sun rises Friday morning as construction workers pour the concrete deck. The deck pour for the $11 million project was delayed a couple weeks recently because of the high daily and overnight temperatures. The temperature of the concrete mix is important to its durability and strength, according to WSDOT officials. Monument Drive, which parallels the railroad tracks, is also being realigned so it connects to the highway farther west of the current location. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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