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  • Below are the states that have bridges and structures created by the Phoenix Iron Steel Co Click on the map explore and enjoy Bridges Structures

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  • 87 668779 Photography Historic American Engineering Record This bridge spans the Tennessee River near Florence At one time there was a railroad crossing on the top that was removed in 1939 The lower portion that was once used for vehicular

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  • Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia Crossing the Colorado River this bridge was part of the Atlantic Pacific Railway connecting Arizona to California It was later used as part of US Route

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  • Richard Garland This deck truss structure is located on Layton dos Rios Road and is the only remaining Whipple Truss bridge made by the Phoenix Bridge Company in the state Originally it was a railroad bridge but was relocated to

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  • 1899 38 77889 123 50000 Photograph by Nathan Holth Originally a railroad bridge this 130 foot span was relocated in the 1930 s for vehicular traffic It crosses the Haupt

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  • 1909 38 823611 122 88364 Photograph by Nathan Holth This Phoenix Column bridge was originally a railroad bridge but was relocated to its present site over Big Sulphur Creek in

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  • 38 66083 123 32194 Photograph by Nathan Holth Like others in the area this Phoenix Column bridge was originally used as a railroad bridge The 130 span now crosses Haupt

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  • 24258 Photograph courtesy of U S Coast Guard The 70 tubular tower of the lighthouse was manufactured by the Phoenix Iron Company and delivered to San Diego aboard two flatcars on July 5 1890 This pyramidal tower is the only

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