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Revetment work on the Missouri River, the grader, Cambridge, Mo

Revetment work on the Missouri River, the grader, Cambridge, Mo

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J Supplement (1901-1906). "828" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 013771. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, the mat, Cambridge, Mo

Revetment work on the Missouri River, the mat, Cambridge, Mo

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J Supplement (1901-1906). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 013774. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Sinking the mat, revetment work on the Missouri River, Cambridge, Mo

Sinking the mat, revetment work on the Missouri River, Cambridge, Mo

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J Supplement (1901-1906). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 013775. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, tightening the cable, Cambridge, Mo

Revetment work on the Missouri River, tightening the cable, Cambridge,...

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J Supplement (1901-1906). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 013773. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Revetment work on the Missouri River, weaving the mat, Cambridge, Mo

Revetment work on the Missouri River, weaving the mat, Cambridge, Mo

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J Supplement (1901-1906). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 013772. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Deerfield Bridge, Spanning Judith River, Danvers, Fergus County, MT

Deerfield Bridge, Spanning Judith River, Danvers, Fergus County, MT

Significance: At the turn of the 20th century, the Judith Basin was rapidly becoming one of the most bountiful wheat producing areas in Montana. During the decades that followed, there was a great expansion of ... more

Lehigh Canal, Slate Dam, Lehigh Canal opposite Laury's Station in Allen Township, Treichlers, Northampton County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Slate Dam, Lehigh Canal opposite Laury's Station in Alle...

Significance: Originally built in 1829, the dam has been several times rebuilt, most recently in 1902 after it was carried away in the great flood of 1902 on February 28th of that year. In 1955 the dam was bre... more

Lehigh Canal, Monocacy Creek Aqueduct, Lehigh Canal across Monocacy Creek, Bethlehem, Northampton County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Monocacy Creek Aqueduct, Lehigh Canal across Monocacy Cr...

Significance: One of four aqueducts constructed by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company in 1829. Although the other three made use of wooden troughs on stone abutments and piers, the Monocacy Creek Aqueduct,... more

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Lock No. 63 1/3, State Route 51 Vicinity, Town Creek, Allegany County, MD

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Lock No. 63 1/3, State Route 51 Vicinity, Tow...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-5 Survey number: HAER MD-30-A Building/structure dates: HAER MD-30-A

Turn-of-River Bridge, Spanning Rippowam River on Old North Stamford Road, Stamford, Fairfield County, CT

Turn-of-River Bridge, Spanning Rippowam River on Old North Stamford Ro...

2013 Leicester B. Holland Prize, First Place Significance: With the exception of Gustav Lindenthal's Smithfield Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, PA, The Berlin Iron Bridge Company was the only manufacturer of lenti... more

Conrail Bridge, Spanning Hackensack River, Kearny, Hudson County, NJ

Conrail Bridge, Spanning Hackensack River, Kearny, Hudson County, NJ

Significance: This structure is one of a series of bridges constructed in the early twentieth century to carry railroad lines through northern New Jersey towards New York City. It is a vertical lift bridge, bu... more

Lehigh Canal, Lock 40, Lehigh Canal where River & Canal turn North, Allentown, Lehigh County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Lock 40, Lehigh Canal where River & Canal turn North, Al...

Significance: 22 by 100 foot lock constructed in 1829 by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. The second of eight locks in the long 11.1 mile Section Seven between Dam 7, a half mile to the north, and the o... more

Lehigh Canal, Hokendauqua Dam, Lehigh River 300 feet north of Hokendauqua-North Catasauqua Bridge, North Catasauqua, Northampton County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Hokendauqua Dam, Lehigh River 300 feet north of Hokendau...

Significance: 416 foot stone and timber crib dam with an effective height of 6.9 feet, impounding a slackwater pool 2000 yards upstream to the outlet lock of Section Five. Originally built in 1829, the dam has... more

Freemansburg-Steel City Bridge, Spanning Lehigh River between Freemansburg & Steel City, Freemansburg, Northampton County, PA

Freemansburg-Steel City Bridge, Spanning Lehigh River between Freemans...

Significance: Two span Parker truss steel bridge across the Lehigh River and Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks. The bridge is 22 feet wide and 360 feet long with a perforated steel deck and one cantilevered sidewa... more

Lehigh Canal, Lock 44, North end of Freemansburg Borough, Freemansburg, Northampton County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Lock 44, North end of Freemansburg Borough, Freemansburg...

Significance: The lock was constructed in 1829 by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. The adjacent two and one-half story lockhouse (title is in dispute at present) is believed to be the last original lock... more

Lehigh Canal, Lock 25, 800 feet south of Walnutport-Slatington Bridge, Walnutport, Northampton County, PA

Lehigh Canal, Lock 25, 800 feet south of Walnutport-Slatington Bridge,...

Significance: 22 by 100 foot lock constructed by the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. The third of seven locks (originally eight) in the four mile Section Three between the Lehigh Gap Dam and the outlet loc... more

Saddlehorn Area, 5 miles inside West entrance, Fruita, Mesa County, CO

Saddlehorn Area, 5 miles inside West entrance, Fruita, Mesa County, CO

Significance: The Saddlehorn area has local significance architecturally and historically. The architecture within the area displays elements of the National Park Service Rustic building traditions. In additi... more

Fuertes Observatory, 209 Cradit Farm Drive, Ithaca, Tompkins County, NY

Fuertes Observatory, 209 Cradit Farm Drive, Ithaca, Tompkins County, N...

2011 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: Fuertes Astronomical Observatory, Located at Cornell University on a hill overlooking the North Shore of Beebe Lake, has provided many generations of student... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Old Croton Aqueduct, Entrance Entablature, New Croton Reservoir, Yorktown Heights, Westchester County, NY

Old Croton Aqueduct, Entrance Entablature, New Croton Reservoir, Yorkt...

Significance: The Old Croton Aqueduct is an outstanding example of 19th century civil engineering and was New York City's first municipal water project. The entrance entablature commemorated the opening of the... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotchkiss, Delta County, CO

Hotchkiss Bridge, Spanning North Fork River on County Road 3400, Hotch...

Significance: Erected using steel components rolled by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the Hotchkiss Bridge was a locally important crossing of the North Fork River. Built by Colorado's most prolific bridge contr... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH

Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, Spanning Ohio River, Cincinnati, Hamilto...

See also HAER No. KY-20, Covington & Cincinnati Suspension Bridge, for additional documentation. Significance: At the time of its completion in 1866, the Cincinnati Suspension Bridge was the longest suspension ... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, Spanning San Francisco Bay, San Fran...

Significance: The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is one of the most impressive engineering structures in the United States. It is also one of the most important transportation links in the United States, ser... more

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, Essex County, MA

Choate Bridge, Spanning Ipswich River at South Main Street, Ipswich, E...

Significance: The Choate Bridge is an example of early stone construction in the history of American road building. The Essex County Court voted in December, 1764 to name the bridge in honor of Col. John Choat... more

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