Published June 16, 2004
by Arcadia Publishing .
Written in English
Images of America
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Boston's Bridges surveys the city's spans, telling the story of their construction and tracking the evolution in design, materials, and construction techniques from the s to the present. Drawing on previously unpublished images from the Massachusetts Department of Public Works, the city of Boston archives, and numerous other sources, Boston Brand: ArcadiaPublishing. iTsipis/i. There was a time when Boston built more bridges per acre of city land than any other American city, since it's encompassed by rivers and ocean inlets. They serve as public monuments as much as they are used for transportation needs with a collection of bridges diverse in design, types, and ages. This title tells the story of their construction techniques from the s through. Flanked by rivers and ocean inlets, Boston has always been a city of bridges. At one time, Bostonians built more bridges per acre of city land than any other American city. From the days of the old Charles River crossing to the striking new Zakim span, these bridges stand as public monuments as much as they serve Boston's transportation needs. Built in to replace the Charles River Bridge which opened in It carried an elevated railway until it was demolished and re-routed in Bridge was demolished in Pratt through truss bridge with former swing span over Charles River on N. Washington Street in Boston Demolished.
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