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Centennial Celebration Bridge at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia (Photo by
the Centennial Photographic Company, Philadelphia) |
Description of Some Remaining King Bridges including this historic
Fort Laramie Army Bridge spanning the North Platte River at Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
This bridge is listed on the National Historic Register.
unique railroad swing bridge (a/k/a The Hojack Bridge) is in Rochester, N.Y.
out "The Bridge Project" Website at www.thebridgeproject.com
to help preserve the Hojack Bridge. See Also the Rochester Area Railroad Fan Page for
some wonderful pictures of the Hojack Bridge.|
Bridge -- St. Lawrence County, NY.
three span, 300 foot long tubular wrought iron bowstring built originally in
1874 using the Zenas King patent. It is still in use on the lightly traveled
county road connecting the towns of Oswegatchie and Depeyster across the
northern section of Black Lake.
It is on the National Register of Historic Places and maintained by the
National Park Service. (Picture courtesy of Steve Schwartz)|
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