My Fascination With bridges Started Relatively Not to long ago. It started Last Memorial Day. When my family drove Down Old Us 30 from Pendleton back home and stopped a the Perry Arch Bridge it's design compelled to appreciate Bridges More and read about Its, Builder Conde McCullough. Though I have always ben into history Witch is unusual for a 14 year old boy like me. This one I had really never studied this important aspect before. Now Bridges along with transportation and local related historical subjects are my main focus(though I will read about any history).
steamaboat through bridge 1907Avenue D Swing Bridge (1889) (Snohomish County, Washington)
Does anyone know of more information about this bridge all I could find was this lithograph.
This is not a duplicate because the photo is looking south while the Riverdale bridge is north of here and the Northern Pacific swing bridge is of to the right of here. When I first saw the photo I had to double check but the determining factor is the NP swing bridge near by I understand your error.
Thank You For the Link.
Thank you for the comment I am glad to hare that your are not the only one that gives advice.
Thank you Luke for all the tips you have given me I appreciate it.
Alright thank you for the advice Luke I appreciate your comment about keeping up the good work i did that because the bridges were built on the same piers but one replaced another so they are two separate bridges.
Wow his bridges are amazing I am now looking forward to Spain!
I do agree with you this is in my opinion the most beautiful swing span in the nation Conde McCullough was an amazing engineer you will never find another one like him.