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"... Beautiful views of the Colorado River that flows through the Grand Canyon. After around one year since the beginning of construction, on June 7, 1928 to be more precise, a terrible accident caused the ferry to sink, resulting in three fatalities. Still, work on the initially-called Grand Canyon Bridge wasn’t stopped but, instead, no other ferry was introduced, so people had no other choice than to travel for around 800 miles to cross the river using a different route. ..." Continue Reading →
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