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Manette Bridge, Bremerton

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The Manette Bridge was a steel truss bridge that spanned the Port Washington Narrows in Bremerton, Washington, USA. It connected the community of Manette, Washington to downtown Bremerton. Although it is not part of a numbered state highway, it is one of four bridges specifically designated by state law to be maintained by the Washington Department of Transportation. The bridge was 82 feet (25 m) above the water, and had a horizontal clearance of 321 feet (98 m) between the piers.

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  • Just a fairly new bridge allowing passage from one side of town to the other. Nice views from the boardwalk or the Turner Joy. 
    Just a fairly new bridge allowing passage from one side of town to the other. Nice views from the boardwalk or the Turner Joy.  more »
  • This is truly a great addition for Bremerton. I still remember the old bridge, but this new one was finished in 2012 added wider lanes & a great walking area. We do not drive it often. Now that we... 
    This is truly a great addition for Bremerton. I still remember the old bridge, but this new one was finished in 2012 added wider lanes & a great walking area. We do not drive it often. Now that we...  more »
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  • Bridge to bridge, great morning walk with my dog.
  • A somewhat like an arts district or local community based businesses, arts, small bar, 5★ gormete fine dining offering all the class, and finest of cooking that a high end fancy expensive restaurant could offer, but with a warm friendly close to home and and affordable, they treat you as a close friend and not a "order ticket" they are real people to people, not overly packed, and the attonsphere is lay back and rolls with the flow, if you like gormete kinda meal, or prefer good ol American home cooking, a salad, a drink or you like a nice wine and something that couples well with it, hound and bottle, they also help in the community and have been generous to many missions, shelters, animal resuses etc, they actively are committed to make a diffence, caring is an action not an expression to describe a feeling as of where you stand or personal regards, I have been helped many times and I am so thankful and blessed to have know the owner many years, also there is more(I am not as accounted but I am sure these to also do for community as well, they are all tightly nit and no one's a stranger definitely as neighbors should be) the bakery Sabatore awesome European style treats very very heavy, heavy ingredients heavy in weight, they make every thing from scratch all but stone ground the grain and flour they also have excellent sandwiches and salads, I don't know the menu to well or what the treats are called ( I discovered them from the dumpster behind the Nannette ahhh don't tell and hey don't judge you have no idea the weight in treasures, gold, gems, and wow) just check em out, the store... And Kristie and larys they have been standing sting through the years all others have come and went but they still stand today and also the best doughnuts and pastries (truth stand the test if time) hey they are still here.. go early, they are regularly sold out within a few hours and close long before the hours posted. Also sisters jewelers, local and definitely original, not mass produced like the other places.. the boatshed I haven't eaten there but anything that stands strong against low tide and sewer treatment close by (safe distance) and people not only still come to dine, not only taking up the seats outside as they go first but the come in mobs and crowds and I imagine probly a wait list? Or restoration on busy times? That's gotta be some serious good cooking, oh and it's on the water and you can come in by boat.

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