Freedom Bridge
Close This Window To Return To Imjin Bridges
Submitted by;
PFC Dave Miles
JSF Panmunjom
1952
Close This Window To Return To Imjin Bridges
    A convoy crosses the temporary low level bridge, which was constructed
between the 2 damaged spans, at the Freedom bridge site. This bridge was used
until one of the RR spans had been reconstructed and opened for traffic. Also of
note is a temporary foot bridge which can be seen on the left side of the photo
beyond the overhead bridge. These foot bridges were not too successful as
flood waters continually washed them away
High waters and ice packs destroyed many of the bridges crossing
the Imjin, including the temporary footbridge at the Freedom site
The Last Marine Unit To Cross Freedom Bridge
The 1st Provisional DMZ Police Company, 1955
Submitted by;
MSgt Robert D. Caulkins
The 1st Provisional
DMZ Police Company
USMC
Traveling north, we wait for a southbound tank to come off the crossover bridge
Submitted by;
Ken Lane
JSA
A view from the cross over bridge looking north between the two R/R spans
A nice view looking through the support beams of Freedom Bridge
Submitted by;
Pete Yancick
HHT 1st Recon SQD
9th Cav
58/59
A view of Freedom Bridge taken from the northern side
Submitted by;
Sp4 Randy Meeks
HQ Company,2nd Eng BN
2nd Inf Div, 1967/68
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Submitted by;
PFC Dave Miles
JSF Panmunjom
1952
Submitted by;
Ken Lane
JSA
Crossing Freedom Bridge heading north, 1of 3 pictures
2 of 3 pictures
3 of 3 pictures
Submitted by;
Ken Lane
JSA
Submitted by;
Ken Lane
JSA
Submitted by;
Ken Lane
JSA
Submitted by;
Pete Yancick
HHT 1st Recon SQD
9th Cav
58/59
Submitted by;
Pete Yancick
HHT 1st Recon SQD
9th Cav
58/59
An area we used to get `pit` for maintaining the roads
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