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  • 35 46360 82 89992 Photograph by Barbara Cohen The bridge was moved to its current location by a group of farmers in 1927 It is located in Haywood County about

    Original URL path: http://www.phoenixvillefoundry.org/usaMap/map/nc/nc_020.html (2016-04-30)
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  • 35 88013 82 81726 Photograph by Bob Lawrence This Phoenix Bridge Company bridge is located in the northwestern corner of the state in Madison County It is still being used

    Original URL path: http://www.phoenixvillefoundry.org/usaMap/map/nc/nc_030.html (2016-04-30)
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  • by Barbara Cohen and Lori Garst â Biltmore Estate Curator Located in Asheville it was constructed for George Washington Vanderbilt III in the French chateau style It is the largest privately owned home in the USA Phoenix Columns were used

    Original URL path: http://www.phoenixvillefoundry.org/usaMap/map/nc/nc_050.html (2016-04-30)
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  • 38711 82 49442 Photograph courtesy of Historic American Engineering Record and Wikipedia This bowstring bridge used Phoenix Columns It crosses the Wakatomika Creek near Bladensburg in Knox County It is

    Original URL path: http://www.phoenixvillefoundry.org/usaMap/map/oh/oh_010.html (2016-04-30)
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  • by Nathan Holth Although this bridge was designed by Albert Fink all of the vertical members and top chords of the bridge are Phoenix Columns Most of the material was also supplied by the Phoenix Iron Company It is located

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  • 47787 Photograph by Michael McDonald This Phoenix Column Bridge was originally a railroad bridge crossing the Gienega Creek in San Jose CA It was moved to the North Santiam River location near Mill City in 1919 Constructed by the Phoenix

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  • 96417 Photograph by Mike McDonald This Phoenix Column Bridge crosses the McKenzie River near Springfield The Clark Reeves Company whose name is inscribed at the top of the bridge owned the Phoenix Bridge Company Although it is still in place

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  • Photograph by Nathan Holth This beautiful steel structure spans the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia and connects the two sections of Fairmount Park which is the largest municipal park in the

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