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Effort to revitalize Treasure Island begins with removing bridge from river

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Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012 12:45 am | Updated: 5:18 am, Thu Mar 28, 2013.

Just a few feet from the Lynchburg shoreline in the James River, a bright yellow excavator slowly reaches into the murky water. With each load, its driver frees another piece of the trestle bridge that once linked the world to Treasure Island.

Within four weeks, the 120,000 pound carcass — a navigational nightmare for boaters — will be gone and the path to Treasure Island’s rebirth cleared.

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