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Washington Crossing Bridge, Spanning Allegheny River at Fortieth Street (State Route 2124), Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

Washington Crossing Bridge, Spanning Allegheny River at Fortieth Street (State Route 2124), Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Janssen, Benno
Davis, Charles Stratton
Chalfant, James G
Covell, Vernon R
McClintic-Marshall Company
H. P. Converse Company
All-Steel Equipment Company
Carnegie Steel Company
Allegheny County Department of Public Works
Jones & Laughlin Steel Company
Southern Wood Preserving Company
J. H. McQuade & Sons
Thomas Cronin Company
Morganstern Electric Company
DeLony, Eric N, project manager
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, sponsor
Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, sponsor
Rotenstein, David S, historian
Elliott, Joseph E, B, photographer


Pittsburgh (Pa.)40.47172, -79.96691
Google Map of 40.4717173, -79.9669065


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