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BRIDGES OF METROPOLITAN CLEVELAND

List of Illustrations

Figure I, Original Lake Shore & Michigan Railroad and Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad Bridge

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Figure II, Main Avenue Bridge, ca. 1939

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Figure III, Old Columbus Road Bridge

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Figure IV, The Old Detroit Viaduct

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Figure V, Detroit-Superior Bridge under Construction

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Figure VI, Detroit-Superior Bridge, ca. 1918

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Figure VII, Decorative Pylons of the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge

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Figure VIII, Lorain-Carnegie Bridge, ca. 1932

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Figure IX, Main Avenue Bridge with old Main Avenue Bridge

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Figure X, Central Viaduct, Showing Fixed Span

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Figure XI, The Inner Belt Bridge

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Figure XII, Map Showing Location of Significant Bridges

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Figure XIII, Eagle Street Vertical Lift Bridge

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Figure XIV, Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridge

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Figure XV, Twin Bridge of the Baltimore and Ohio and the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroads

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Figure XVI, Detroit-Superior Bridge Showing the Open Center Street Bridge

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Figure XVII, Detail of the Present Day Columbus Road Bridge

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Figure XVIII, Ashtabula Bridge on the Lake Shore and Michigan Railway, ca. 1876

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Figure XIX, Forest Hills Boulevard Pedestrian Bridge

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Figure XX, Monticello Bridge

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Figure XXI, Wade Park Bridge over Liberty Boulevard

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Figure XXII, Rockefeller Park Bridge over Liberty Boulevard

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Figure XXIII, Old Lorain Avenue Bridge Crossing the Rocky River

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Figure XXIV, Rocky River Bridge, ca. 1910

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Figure XXV, Hilliard Road Bridge over the Rocky River

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Figure XXVI, Lorain Road Bridge near Rocky River

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Figure XXVII, A. Jackknife Bridge over the Cuyahoga River

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Figure XXVIII, Concrete Arch Railroad Bridge Over East 92nd Street

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Figure XXIX, Sidaway Bridge over Kingsbury Run

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Figure XXX, Panorama of Cleveland Bridges

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Figure XXXI, Main Avenue Bridge Today

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