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Eads Bridge over Mississippi River at St. Louis. Built in the 1870's and still in use.  Metrolink trains use the lower level.

Eads Bridge over Mississipi River, connecting St. Louis, Missouri, and Illinois, USA

Eads Bridge - St. Louis, MO

The Eads Bridge also connects Illinois and Missouri - you can drive across, walk across or take the MetroLink across. One of the oldest Mississippi crossings still standing.

Forth Rail Bridge an engineering miracle. I loved living there.

"The Forth Rail Bridge in Scotland. A notable structural engineering achievement and a beautiful form." I likes this bridge.

Eads Bridge over Mississippi River - St. Louis

Eads Bridge over Mississippi River (high waters) - St. The Lewis and Clark statue has since been moved so that it no longer gets regularly flooded.

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Vacation on Missouri's Route 66: St. Louis to Springfield

The Chain of Rocks Bridge spans the Mississippi River on the north edge of St. The eastern end of the bridge is on Chouteau Island, (part of Madison, Illinois), while the western end is on the Missouri shoreline.

INJURED MARITIME WORKERS CAN FILE JONES ACT CLAIMS AGAINST EMPLOYERS

Eads Bridge across the Mississippi River at ST Louis, opened in 1874 using Carnegie steel

Eads Bridge construction. Erection of west and center arches, view looking northeast, September 1873. On Feb. 5, 1864, the STL and IL Bridge Company was incorporated with 1 million dollars to build a bridge across the Mississippi. James B. Eads was selected to build a bridge with 3 spans of more than 500 ft., twice as long as any yet built. Missouri History Museum

Erection of west and center arches, view looking northeast, September 1873

✮ St.Louis Arch Reflection

St.louis Arch Reflection Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Shane Psaltis

Louis Arch Reflection- even though I hate Missouri for reasons yet to be determined.

The Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis, Missouri - the most famous Route 66 crossing of the Mississippi River with the unique feature of a 22-degree bend in the middle necessary for navigation on the river.

The Chain of Rocks Bridge, St. Louis, Missouri - the most famous Route 66 crossing of the Mississippi River with the unique feature of a bend in the middle necessary for navigation on the river.

The building of Eads Bridge - 1870. First steel bridge / built by Carnegie. #america #history

The Eads Bridge under construction It is a combined road and railway bridge over the Mississippi River at St.

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