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Fixed-Span Bridge

Title:
Fixed-Span Bridge
Town:
North Hero
County:
Grand Isle
State:
Vermont
Date:
1954
Description:
In this image there are two bridges which lead into one road on either side of the water. On the near bank is a field that extends to the edge of a road, which is surrounded further on by coniferous trees. There are a couple of cars on the near side of the bridge. On the far bank are fields with coniferous trees at the water's edge. At the time when this photo was taken, this bridge was under construction, replacing the previous swing span bridge between North Hero and Alburg. This information comes from "Crossings, A History of Vermont Bridges" by Robert McCullough.
Filename:
LS15492_000.jpg
Size:
1561 x 1578 pixels; 1499514 bytes
Original Filename:
10.10.jpg
Keywords:
Automobiles; Bridge approaches; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Building; Causeways; Culture; Deciduous; Forests and Plants; Geology; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landforms; Living Things; Meandering rivers; Nature; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Transportation; Trees; Work;
Source:
VAOT
Submitted By:
Sara Krumminga
Submitted On:
2008-07-11
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
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Image Scanned By:
n/a
Publisher:
Vermont Historical Society
Catalogue Information:
10.1
Relative Dating Rationale:
from book
Times viewed:
62300
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Fixed-Span Bridge

LS15492
Fixed-Span Bridge
North Hero,
1954
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Construction on Bridge

LS15493
Construction on Bridge
North Hero,
1954
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Toll Bridge

LS15494
Toll Bridge
Alburg,
1949
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