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Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerly Legislative Route 20027), Meadville, Crawford County, PA

Wilson Shute Bridge, Spanning French Creek at State Road 2008 (formerl...

Significance: The Wilson Shute Bridge is one of the many civil engineering landmarks that document Pennsylvania's rich historic transportation heritage. As an example of a steel Pratt through truss, it represe... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washington County, ID

Burton Road Bridge, Spanning Little Weiser River, Cambridge, Washingto...

Significance: One of only a few Idaho bridges built by prominent western contractor Charles G. Sheely. One of the first steel bridges in Washington County and may have set standards for local steel bridge buil... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

1920 West Laurel Street (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL

Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the West Tampa National Register Historic District. It is a recently altered example of the frame ver... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, River Falls, Pierce County, WI

Cedar Street Bridge, Spanning Kinnickinnic River, on Cedar Street, Riv...

Significance: The Cedar Street Bridge is one of two steel arch bridges remaining in the State of Wisconsin. The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company, that built the bridge, was a regionally significant comp... more