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White Bridge
Photo courtesy Moon Mullins OX-76

Here's an interesting locale. Check out the White Bridge at Garards Fort somewhere in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Covered bridges are in a league of their own. Let's see, bridges with "covers", what a concept! The two "models" in the photo are the photographer and sidekick "Harpo."s







Tunkhannock Viaduct
Nicholson, PA
Photo courtesy Richard Weiss

The Tunkhannock Viaduct of Pennsylvania is also known as the Nicholson Viaduct.

The Viaduct was built by the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad in 1915 and currently serves the Canadian Pacific Railway.



This bridge took over 3 years to build and is the biggest and most impressive concrete bridge in America. The bridge has to literally be seen to be believed. 02-07



Paramount Building
New York City, NY
Photo courtesy Gorb70

Here's the Paramount Building in New York City, built in 1926. 07-07



Bush Tower
New York City, NY
Photo and info courtesy Gorb70

The Bush Tower building was built between 1916 to 1918 and its site is only 15m wide and 27.5m deep. The building was regarded as such for the next decade of feverish urban construction. The style of the building follows the "traditional" early skyscraper style with its Gothic appearance. The windows are concentrated to the north and south facades, as well as to a recessed mid-facade light-well on the east facade. 07-07



Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
New York, NY
Photo courtesy Gorb70

The Guggenheim Museum building is one of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's famous works and the present location was built in 1959. 07-07

Guggenheim Museum
New York, NY
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

(Far left) A closer look at the walls of the museum

(Near left) A look at the Guggenheim from across the street










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