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The land bridge is a link back to the Klickitat Trail, Lewis and Clark, and the development of the Northwest. It completes a circle that's been broken.   –Johnpaul Jones, designer of Land Bridge; Jones and Jones Architecture and Landscape Architecture

A railroad and highway sliced through the site in the 20th century, and cut off the site from its river access which had given the place its historical importance. An earlier wetlands area and Mud Lake were both filled in and covered over when the railroad was constructed. Long ago, native plants were replaced with gardens and lawn.

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