There were originally only four bridges. The "Famous Four", as I suppose we could say. Those four could be seen from the old and new highway routes, so are most known. Being a native of the Snoqualmie Valley and very close vicinity, I saw those so many times... The fifth bridge, closest to Cedar Falls, was added many years later. It was originally a fill with wooden box culvert. Trying to recall the year and cannot, (the time was December- very close to Christmas), that culvert plugged and a large pond formed on the up hill side. When enough pressure had built up, the soggy ground gave way, and blew away the fill. It virtually wiped out the small lumber town of Edgewick, a short distance down hill. Even though it's proper name was Bautzke Creek, the locals thereafter called it "Christmas Creek". (A few of us native/oldtimers still do!) Today, the newbies have somehow ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ized the name to Boxley Creek. Take Exit 34 off I-90, and drive south. You are on Edgewick Road, which today also carries a county road number to confuse newbs about history. A short distance south, there may still be a little tree farm, which sold Christmas trees, and was named Christmas Creek Tree Farm. Yup. I can remember cutting trees there for our celebrating the Holiday. Yikes. That must have been a very strange senstation, when the conductor stepped inside. Either the engineer was inexperienced, or not paying close attention, to not notice that much time had passed and he was still not back outside!