Railroad crossing repaired in Elkin


Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.


Troy Brooks | The Tribune

The railroad crossing was damaged back in July after a micro-burst damaged it.


Troy Brooks | The Tribune

Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.


Troy Brooks | The Tribune

Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.

Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.

Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_IMG_0182.jpgEngineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July. Troy Brooks | The Tribune

The railroad crossing was damaged back in July after a micro-burst damaged it.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_IMG_0181.jpgThe railroad crossing was damaged back in July after a micro-burst damaged it. Troy Brooks | The Tribune

Engineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_IMG_0177.jpgEngineers use a crane to fix the railroad crossing on South Bridge Street Wednesday morning, which came down following damage from the microburst in July. Troy Brooks | The Tribune
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