New Poughkeepsie, N.Y. State Mid-Hudson Traffic Bridge

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Description

Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge & Dayliner. From the reverse: "Dimensions of New Bridge--Corner Stone laid by Governor Alfred E. Smith, October 11th, 1925. Length, 3,000 feet--Main span, 1,500 feet--Shore span, each, 750 feet--Poughkeepsie approach, 1,100--To cost over, $6,000,000. The Poughkeepsie approach consists of three small bridges over two streets & the New York Central tracks. The Highland approach cut will consist of a twenty-foot concrete highway, the length of which will be a mile & a quarter."

Title

New Poughkeepsie, N.Y. State Mid-Hudson Traffic Bridge

Publisher

Ruben Publishing Co.

Date

c. 1925

Format

jpeg

Language

en

Identifier

320-1PC3

Subject

Historic Postcards--Poughkeepsie

Coverage

Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York

Original Format

Postcard
Date Added
November 26, 2013
Collection
Historic Postcards of Poughkeepsie
Item Type
Still Image
Tags
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Citation
“New Poughkeepsie, N.Y. State Mid-Hudson Traffic Bridge,” Main & Market: Sights and Sounds of the Queen City and Beyond, accessed October 21, 2018, http://mainandmarket.poklib.org/items/show/4070.