Palm Beach Post video: ‘Bridge rage’ feared if trains backup boaters

It has borne the weight of steam and diesel behemoths for 90 years and given passage to countless souls seeking solace in a fishing lure.

But on Thursday, sailors who have glided through the gate of the St. Lucie River drawbridge in Stuart described its deterioration and complained the aging span will be a constant barrier to the sea when All Aboard Florida sets 32 additional trains a day on its tracks.

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