People gather for a groundbreaking event to celebrate the beginning of construction of the Crawford Avenue Bridge on September 21, 1927. This photo shows a northern view of Crawford Ave (now Pulaski Rd.), from a point just north of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal where the bridge was to be built by the Sanitary District of Chicago.
I've taken pictures from this bridge, but not of this bridge. All of the land around this bridge is "public unfriendly" industrial property. The best picture I got of the bridge...
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Here's a link to an interesting photo including a Moore Speed Crane, forerunner of Manitowoc
Construction of the Crawford Avenue Bridge (now Pulaski Rd.) on January 28, 1928, looking north at a concrete mixing plant on the south side of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal where the bridge was to be built by the Sanitary District of Chicago.