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A photograph of a stream with a bridge in the background. '59 D(34); Sat. July 19, 1884, 9:45 am'
Keystone is being placed in this Main Street bridge. The span is 159 feet.
Postcard photograph of a dirt paved road to the bridge over Cheat River. A house and a structure with a storefront fascade is situation at the near side of the bridge. Also inscribed on the image, "Published by Dawson and Co. Morgantown, West Virginia".
Circus elephants are lead across the Ohio River as several spectators watch including a delighted little boy on the left. None of the subjects are identified.
Located five miles below Weston in Lewis County.
The remains of a washed out bridge at the No. 11 Air Shaft.
The Bender Bridge at the southern entrance of the tunnel towers 278 feet above the bottom of the gorge, and was dedicated to Staff Sergeant Stanley Bender, a Congressional Medal of Honor Winner.  (Kanawha County)
The Hamden Bridge crossed the South Branch Raritan River in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. It was a rare example of the Fink Through-Truss Bridge and was demolished in 1978.
Spectators view the ruins of the Hamden Bridge, which was demolished in 1978.
The piers were part of the a 750-foot railroad bridge spanning the New River near the mouth of Glade Creek. The line was operated by the Glade Creek Coal and Lumber Railway, 1924-1929 and Babcock Coal & Timber Company, 1929-1936 . The bridge was salvage by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad during World War II.
This is a postcard with a photograph on the front of a bridge under construction. The bridge was built across the Monogahela River in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Unidentified workers take a break on the stone piers anchored in the Cheat River.