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LS07378_000
Building a Steel Bridge

Title:
Building a Steel Bridge
Town:
Berlin
County:
Washington
State:
Vermont
Date:
1934-06
Description:
This photo was taken looking from an unfinished bridge section, looking at a construction site. On the bridge there are seemingly random boads strewn about and two men seem to be working to attach a large beam to the already constructed steel frame of the bridge. In the background there are three men who are standing amongst an array of heavy equipment, the largest piece of which is a steam shovel. It is next to a steep incline of sediment that had been excavated. There are also two passenger trucks nearby. To the right of these machines, there is the corner of a wooden covered bridge, perhaps this new bridge is its replacement. Only the foundation and some of the wall are visible, but it is possible to see its approach and the road it leads to. Beyond the trucks is that road, which is lined with small wooden houses, large barn-like buildings and utility lines. On the hill behind there are pine trees and bare decidious trees so this is fall or spring "6/34 written on front"
Filename:
LS07378_000.jpg
Size:
2695 x 1888 pixels; 2340227 bytes
Original Filename:
aot5024_.jpg
Keywords:
Bridges Automobiles; Autumn; Barns; Bridge approaches; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Bridges,Wooden; Building; Buildings; Chimneys; Conifers; Covered Bridges; Culture; Deciduous; Earthmoving machinery; Earthwork; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Embankments; Excavation; Excavation; Farm buildings; Fills (Earthwork); Forests and Plants; Geology; Grassland plants; Hills; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landforms; Living Things; Machinery; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Railroad bridges; Railroads Earthwork; Road building machinery; Roads; Roads--Design and construction; Season; Time; Transportation; Trees; Wooden-frame buildings; Work; Wrecking;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Submitted By:
Sam
Submitted On:
2004-11-10
Original Media:
Photograph
Times viewed:
7837
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