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Putting down a culvert. Foundation must be strong and deep to support a fourteen feet ground fill. This culvert is at Hi-hsia

Putting down a culvert. Foundation must be strong and deep to support ...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: L.M. Mead, China famine relief. Data: Miss Brodnax. Gift; American National Red C... more

Culvert on Hinkey Summit Road

Culvert on Hinkey Summit Road

ca. 1939 Maker: Pasquale, Virgil

Culvert on Hinkey Summit Road

Culvert on Hinkey Summit Road

ca. 1939 Maker: Pasquale, Virgil

Conversation While Repairing Culvert at Home Ranch

Conversation While Repairing Culvert at Home Ranch

People in photograph: Stewart, Leslie; Kaser, Brad; Purser, Margaret

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert above Lock 37, 67.07 miles above tidewater, Antietam, Washington County, MD

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert above Lock 37, 67.07 miles above tide...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-93 Survey number: HABS MD-206

Arch Culvert, Saint Clairsville, Belmont County, OH
Siyeh Creek Culvert, Spanning Siyeh Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Siyeh Creek Culvert, Spanning Siyeh Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, We...

Significance: The Siyeh Creek Culvert is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is signif... more

Haystack Creek Culvert, Spanning North gulch of Haystack Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Haystack Creek Culvert, Spanning North gulch of Haystack Creek at Goin...

Significance: The Haystack Creek Culvert is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is sig... more

Sprague Creek Culvert, Spanning Sprague Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Sprague Creek Culvert, Spanning Sprague Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road...

Significance: The Sprague Creek Culvert is one of approximately seventeen masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is a unique engin... more

Blue Ridge (C&O) Railroad, Culvert, South of U.S. Route 250, 2.2 miles Southeast of Waynesboro, Waynesboro, Waynesboro, VA

Blue Ridge (C&O) Railroad, Culvert, South of U.S. Route 250, 2.2 miles...

Significance: The Blue Ridge Railroad Culvert presently carries the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad over a small stream approximately one-half mile north of the west entrance to Claudius Crozet's Blue Ridge Tunnel... more

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert 39, Williamsport, Washington County, MD

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert 39, Williamsport, Washington County, ...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-99 Survey number: HABS MD-218

Roaches Run Culvert, Spanning Roaches Run, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Roaches Run Culvert, Spanning Roaches Run, Arlington, Arlington County...

Significance: Roaches Run Bridge is one of twelve original bridge structures on the Mount Vernon Memorial Highway. Survey number: HAER VA-91 Building/structure dates: 1930-1932 Initial Construction

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert 100, 74.01 miles above tidewater, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Culvert 100, 74.01 miles above tidewater, Sha...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-121 Survey number: HABS MD-221

Erie Railway, Delaware Division, Culvert 190.21, Spanning Canawacta Creek at State Route 171, Lanesboro, Susquehanna County, PA

Erie Railway, Delaware Division, Culvert 190.21, Spanning Canawacta Cr...

Survey number: HAER PA-17 Building/structure dates: 1930 Initial Construction

Snyder Creek Culvert, Spanning Snyder Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, West Glacier, Flathead County, MT

Snyder Creek Culvert, Spanning Snyder Creek at Going-to-the-Sun Road, ...

Significance: The Snyder Creek Culvert is one of approximately seventeen prominent masonry and concrete structures on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. The 51-mile stretch of scenic road is signi... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at State Route 53, Lilly, Cambria County, PA

Allegheny Portage Railroad, Lilly Culvert, Spanning Burgoon Run at Sta...

Significance: It is significant as an outstanding example of early 19th century masonry arch construction, and for its association with the Allgeheny Portage Railroad, which the bridge originally carried across... more

Culvert at Canyon Creek. 185 feet long - 12 feet span

Culvert at Canyon Creek. 185 feet long - 12 feet span

No. 72. Title from item. Part of series: Central Pacific Railroad, California, scenes in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Culvert at Canyon Creek. 185 feet long - 12 feet span

Culvert at Canyon Creek. 185 feet long - 12 feet span

No. 72. Title from item. Part of series: Central Pacific Railroad, California, scenes in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spanning Moab Canyon wash at Main Entrance Road, Moab, Grand County, UT

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spa...

Significance: Constructed by the CCC in 1941, the Moab Canyon Wash Culvert was built in a manner which would not intrude on the scenic quality of the area yet allow visitor access into Arches National Park. Un... more

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spanning Moab Canyon wash at Main Entrance Road, Moab, Grand County, UT

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spa...

Significance: Constructed by the CCC in 1941, the Moab Canyon Wash Culvert was built in a manner which would not intrude on the scenic quality of the area yet allow visitor access into Arches National Park. Un... more

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spanning Moab Canyon wash at Main Entrance Road, Moab, Grand County, UT

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Moab Canyon Wash Culvert, Spa...

Significance: Constructed by the CCC in 1941, the Moab Canyon Wash Culvert was built in a manner which would not intrude on the scenic quality of the area yet allow visitor access into Arches National Park. Un... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master Street at Thirty-third Street (U.S. Route 13), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Brick Arch Culvert over Master Street, Spanning dirt slope of Master S...

Significance: This single-span skew arch culvert features brick ribs, semi-counsel squared stone masonry spandrel walls, and ashlar voussoirs. It was built to provide access to important water mains and is skew... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Blackwells Mills Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Black...

Significance: The Six Mile Run Calvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Blackwells Mills Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Black...

Significance: The Six Mile Run Calvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Blackwells Mills Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Black...

Significance: The Six Mile Run Calvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Blackwells Mills Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Six Mile Run Culvert, .2 mile South of Black...

Significance: The Six Mile Run Calvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Blackwells Road, East Millstone, Somerset County, NJ

Delaware & Raritan Canal, Ten Mile Run Culvert, 1.5 miles South of Bla...

Significance: The Ten Mile Run Culvert is an integral part of the Delaware & Raritan Canal's (hereafter D&R Canal) early nineteenth-century engineering design. The culvert's original construction remains large... more

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

Significance: While Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park exhibits historic significance in several areas, the McFarland Gap Road Culvert represents the earliest road building effort by park officials ... more

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

Significance: While Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park exhibits historic significance in several areas, the McFarland Gap Road Culvert represents the earliest road building effort by park officials ... more

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

Significance: While Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park exhibits historic significance in several areas, the McFarland Gap Road Culvert represents the earliest road building effort by park officials ... more

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

McFarland Gap Road, Culvert, Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa County, GA

Significance: While Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park exhibits historic significance in several areas, the McFarland Gap Road Culvert represents the earliest road building effort by park officials ... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Streets, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Zanja No. 3, Brick Culvert, Alameda Street between Temple & Aliso Stre...

Significance: Zanja No. 3 represents a portion of the original Los Angeles water system. The zanjas, a series of ditches from the Los Angeles River, were begun immediately after the establishment of the pueblo... more

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