Monday, January 16, 2017

Ambassador Bridge over Detroit River

(Bridge Hunter, 3D Satellite with 107 photos)
Curt Danielewicz shared Mike Murin's photo
Construction hasn't finished on the Ambassador Bridge the Deck hasn't been completed,,Showing the Train yard for the Fort Street Union Depot near the 6th Street Train Tower that controlled Train traffic to Union Depot..

Wabash boat yard on the Detroit River as well as the passenger car and locomotive servicing area of Detroit's Fort St Station.

Rodney D Zona Judging by the construction of the Ambassador Bridge, the shot above was taken in 1928, 1929 or 1930.

You can tell I favor railroad bridges. According to my labels, this is the first suspension bridge that I have written about.

Mike Russel photo from Bridge Hunter
Used under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
Note how the roadbed curves up in the above photo so that it looks like it would end in a V. After they add the additional weight of the remaining roadbed, the cables should bend down so that the roadbed meets as a smooth curve.

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