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Kingshighway Viaduct, Spanning Railroad Tracks at Kingshighway Boulevard, Saint Louis, St. Louis City County, MO



B&W Photos

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View Showing East Side Of North Approach, Looking Southwest

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Detail View Of Handrail On North Approach, Looking Southwest

HB714870
View Of East Side Of South 140-f00t Arch Span, Looking Southwest

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View Of East Side Of 170-foot Arch Span, Looking Northwest

HB714872
View Showing East Side Of South Approach, Looking Northwest

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View Showing East Side Of South Approach Arch Spans, Looking Northwest

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View Of Entrance Monument At South Abutment, Looking West

HB714875
View Of Entrance Monument At South Abutment

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Distant View Of Main Arch Span, Looking West

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Perspective View Of West Side, Looking Northeast

HB714878
View Of Roadway, Looking Northeast

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View Of Viaduct, Looking Northwest

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View Showing Underside Of Furthest North Main Arch Span, Looking South

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General Plan

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Plan And Sections Of 25 Foot Arch Spans With Piers

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Plan And Sections Of 140 Foot Arch Span

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Plan And Sections Of North Abutment Monumental Entrances


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Location
Spanning Railroad Tracks at Kingshighway Boulevard, Saint%252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252BLouis, MO

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER MO-38
Building/structure dates: 1912 initial construction
Significance: The Kingshighway Viaduct is a 1,857-foot-long reinforced concrete arched viaduct. It is an excellent example of bridge construction of its type and period and possesses artistic value among Missouri bridges.

Related Names
Gayler, Carl


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW SHOWING EAST SIDE OF NORTH APPROACH, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
2. DETAIL VIEW OF HANDRAIL ON NORTH APPROACH, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
3. VIEW OF EAST SIDE OF SOUTH 140-F00T ARCH SPAN, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
4. VIEW OF EAST SIDE OF 170-FOOT ARCH SPAN, LOOKING NORTHWEST
5. VIEW SHOWING EAST SIDE OF SOUTH APPROACH, LOOKING NORTHWEST
6. VIEW SHOWING EAST SIDE OF SOUTH APPROACH ARCH SPANS, LOOKING NORTHWEST
7. VIEW OF ENTRANCE MONUMENT AT SOUTH ABUTMENT, LOOKING WEST
8. VIEW OF ENTRANCE MONUMENT AT SOUTH ABUTMENT
9. DISTANT VIEW OF MAIN ARCH SPAN, LOOKING WEST
10. PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF WEST SIDE, LOOKING NORTHEAST
11. VIEW OF ROADWAY, LOOKING NORTHEAST
12. VIEW OF VIADUCT, LOOKING NORTHWEST
13. VIEW SHOWING UNDERSIDE OF FURTHEST NORTH MAIN ARCH SPAN, LOOKING SOUTH
14. GENERAL PLAN. March 10, 1910.
15. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF 25 FOOT ARCH SPANS WITH PIERS. March 9, 1910.
16. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF 140 FOOT ARCH SPAN. March 2, 1910.
17. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF NORTH ABUTMENT MONUMENTAL ENTRANCES. March 15, 1910.


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