The Dunbar-South Charleston Bridge, commonly known as the Dunbar Toll Bridge, was initially constructed as a tolled crossing by the city of Dunbar, West Virginia. It was to connect the emerging suburban community of Dunbar with industrial centers across the river. Lower than expected traffic counts and competition from free bridges forced the sale of the bridge in the 1970s.
The gradual deconstruction of the 60-year-old Donald M. Legg Memorial Bridge continues. Completed in December 1963, it carried Interstate 64 over the Kanawha River between St. Albans and Nitro, West Virginia.
Enjoy these photos and a brief history of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, a wire suspension crossing that carries US Route 44 and NY Route 55 over the Hudson River between Ulster County and Poughkeepsie, New York.
In Westchester County, New York, three notable bridges span the New Croton Reservoir.
The construction of the New Croton Dam in Westchester County, New York, necessitated the erection of two distinctive steel arch structures.
The environs of Bear Mountain in New York are traversed by many historic and contemporary bridges that span the Hudson River and its tributaries.
A renovation to the historic Wheeling Suspension Bridge and major repairs to 26 bridges along Interstate 70 in and around Wheeling, West Virginia, are wrapping up.
On January 4, 2022, President Joe Biden visited Cincinnati, Ohio, to discuss the Brent Spence Bridge project alongside senators and governors.
After a dreary morning of low-hanging clouds, gusty winds, and off-and-on showers, the sun came out just in time for these evening scenes of the bridges of the Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area.
Let’s look into two of the Louisville Southern Railroad’s most significant bridges in Kentucky.