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The Fred L. Robinson Bridge over the Missouri River on MontanaPictures.Net (Page one of three)

 
      60411 The Fred Robinson Bridge on the Missouri River (above).  This view is for the approximately 7,000 people
      who paddle the 148 miles from Fort Benton to the Fred Robinson Bridge each year.  Even though we were born in Montana, the first time
      we made the trip we didn't know what the Missouri River destination would look like.
      (Please scroll to the right to see the view.)
 
 
      60411 The overlook above the Fred Robinson Bridge on the Missouri River.
      The overlook is also the beginning of a spectacular nineteen mile loop that will give you a visual "taste" of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge.
      If you are short on time, make a point to drive a one mile east of the signs pictured above.
      You will be able see the Missouri River from the Fred Robinson Bridge to the early beginnings of Fort Peck Lake.
      (Please scroll to the right to see the view.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Fred Robinson Bridge on the Missouri River Tour  (Page one of three)
 
Continue to page two of the Fred Robinson Bridge Tour
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Click here if you would like to see the "Coal Banks Landing Recreation Area" & Virgelle, Montana on the Missouri River
or
Click here if you would like to travel farther upstream to Fort Benton & Loma, Montana on the Missouri River
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Click here if you would like to see the "Great Falls of the Missouri River" during the annual Spring runoff
 
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