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   Narrows bridges. We accept Paypal, Money Orders, and Personal Checks on Collectible Purchases. Sorry- No Credit                         Card payments at this time.
        We enjoy feedback, here are comments from
   some of our viewers & customers:
Vicki Blackwell of Gig Harbor, Wa, Curator of The Harbor History
 "Thank you for your great donations to our museum's bridge
exhibit & visitor interactive. I also wanted to tell you I went to the Puyallup Fair & saw your terrific bridge model. Congratulations. People standing near me were also impressed. Great website too.

Richard S. Hobbs of Whidbey Island, Wa, published "Catastrophe To
 "I so much enjoyed spending some time with you and looking at the amazing pieces you've gathered.  The great thing is you're not satisfied to just collect, you have a historian/archaeologist/scientist's mind, the way you know so much about the context of the items. I love the story about your spud wrench."

Stephanie A. Stebich, Director of the Tacoma Art Museum,
"Congratulations on the photo & article in the Tacoma News Tribune. I
enjoy your site & viewing the spectacular bridge photos. The one with the blimp is my favorite. I'm impressed by your work and passion for the history of the bridges."

Robert Lodge of Wenatchee Wa, contributor to Bridgeabilia,  " I am very impressed with your site on the Narrows Bridge-- you obviously have put a lot of serious effort into it.  I am especially intrigued by the artifacts."

Tom Gotchy of the Pacific Northwest, photographer & grandson of bridge builder Joe Gotchy,  "Your site is wonderful and I believe Grandfather would think the same. I really respect people that are passionate about historical subjects and you are certainly one of those special people. And that's some scale model of the bridge you have there !"

Patrick S. O'Donnell of Pennsylvania, contributer to Photos,  "Wow, you have quite an impressive website here. You may certainly use any of my photos within your website. It's an honor to be part of your project."

Jesse Clark McAbee of Morton, Wa, co-writer of "Rails To Paradise",  "I was delighted to come across your Bridge site and surprised to see all of your wonderful trolleys. Thank you for sharing your unique collection."

Robert T. Mester of Puyallup, Wa, owner of Admiralty Underwater
Services & the man who 1st nominated the Galloping Gertie Remains for Historic Designation,  "Great work Ken."

John V. Robinson of California, writer of "Bridging the Tacoma Narrows, "I visited your site to see the relics. Very Nice."

George & Bill of Tacoma Trains & Hobbies,  "Way to go ! We were just
talking about you the other day. Then sort of like magic, there you are.
And... the stuff you post gets more interesting every time I look (or maybe it is that there is just more interesting stuff to look at). The Washington State History Museum ain't got nothing on you !"

Laura Moore of Bellingham, WA,
 "I got the item. Wow .. more beautiful in person. Thanks a lot. Totally nice."

The North Shore Museum of Moclips, Wa "Ken, Great website !"

Murray Goldstein contributor to the website of Milwaukie, OR,
 "Hi Ken, I really enjoyed seeing the photos on your website and all the other super cool ones too! You have a great website !"

   Contact The Tacoma Narrows Bridge Funsite
     The 1940 Galloping Gertie
     Opening Day program was       premature- the photo was         taken before the bridge               was completed.
    The 1950 Sturdy Gertie
Opening Day program featured
a beautiful cover page photo of
              the new bridge.
                       Tacoma Narrows Bridge Funsite