Category:Ohio Falls Bridge
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English: The Fourteenth Street Bridge, also known as the Ohio Falls Bridge, Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge, Conrail Railroad Bridge or Louisville and Indiana (L&I) Bridge, is a truss drawbridge that spans the Ohio River, between Louisville, Kentucky and Clarksville, Indiana. Work began on August 1, 1867. Albert Fink was the architect, who used his Fink truss design for the project. On February 18, 1870, the first train crossed the bridge. Between May 1916 and January 1919 a new single-track steel superstructure was placed on the old stone piers. Since 1994, the bridge has been owned by the Louisville and Indiana Railroad.
Media in category "Ohio Falls Bridge"
The following 27 files are in this category, out of 27 total.
- Louisville Pool (pan) 01.jpg 3.22 MB
- Louisville Pool (pan) 02.jpg 2.2 MB
- Louisville Pool P5240258.JPG 1.19 MB
- Louisville Pool P5240259.JPG 4.12 MB
- Louisville Pool P5240260.JPG 1.23 MB
- Louisville Pool P5240261.JPG 1.05 MB
- North Trestle P5240296.JPG 1.18 MB
- Ohio Falls Bridge 2007.jpg 582 KB
- Ohio Falls Bridge.jpg 36 KB
- Ohio River P5240186.JPG 1,015 KB
- Ohio River P5240187.JPG 1.07 MB
- Ohio River P5240188.JPG 1.08 MB
- Ohio River P5240189.JPG 1.07 MB
- PennsylvaniaRRbridge.jpg 6.11 MB
- PortlandCanalEntrance.jpg 5.19 MB