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    What remains in Clements -

    by basstbn Written Sep 3, 2007

    Clements appears to be a ghost town, although there may be a few people living in some of the buildings barely visible through the trees from the road.

    Abandoned general store; wild sunflowers A house? A barn? A business? Just woods, now
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    The Stone Arch Bridge

    by basstbn Written Sep 3, 2007

    Built in 1886 of massive stones quarried nearby. The 127 foot long bridge with its double arches is one of the finest examples of a stone bridge in the state, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. This span across the Cottonwood River is no longer open to auto traffic.

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