Bridges are amazing things. They help save time by allowing you to cross otherwise difficult terrain. They can carry extremely heavy loads. But most fun of all, they're amazing works of industrial art just begging to be photographed!
Train Trestle overlooking the Merrimack River
Point of no return
On a rail
Liquid container train cars as seen from Lucas Ave.
Eads Bridge (north view)
This flower was all alone on the riverfront.
Lewis and Clark Statue
Eads Bridge and the Mississippi River with the Martin Luther King Bridge in the background. In the foreground is a tribute statue of Lewis and Clark.
Mooring chains along the Mississippi River.
Looking north along the N Leonor K Sullivan Blvd, you can see the Eads and Martin Luther King Bridges that span the Mississippi River.
Eads Bridge and the Mississippi River with the Martin Luther King Bridge in the background.
Looking south, the Mississippi River parallels the N Leonor K Sullivan Blvd and Arch. In the distance, you can see the Poplar Bridge and the railroad bridge.
Lewis and Clark statue
The superstructure of the Martin Luther King Bridge seen through the base of the Eads Bridge.
Northbound view of N. 1st St. in the Laclede's Landing Historic Riverfront District.
Looking east on Washington Ave. next to the Eads Bridge.
The St. Louis Waterfront and Eads Bridge.
Looking down Washington Ave. towards the Mississippi River. To the left is the Eads Bridge.
A view of the Martin Luther King Bridge (top) and the Eads Bridge (center) from atop the St. Louis Arch.
Rt. 9 and the Connecticut River
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