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Image of F-0208 - East First Street Bridge and Viaduct

F-0208 - East First Street Bridge and Viaduct

Main portion of original East First Street Bridge and viaduct from downstream point on the west bank of Los Angeles River, looking north, Original steel bridge built in 1889 that would be replaced in 1928 by a new arch concrete bridge designed by engineer Merrill Butler.

Image of F-0210 - East Seventh Street Bridge Improvements

F-0210 - East Seventh Street Bridge Improvements

East Seventh Street Bridge and Viaduct over the Los Angeles River, improvements to allow for automobile and trolley traffic. The original bridge was built in 1910 and the second deck over the original solid arches was added by Merrill Butler, who was the city's chief bridge engineer during the 1920s and was responsible for construction of most of the city's historic bridges still standing. The bridge was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural-Monument in 2008.

Image of F-0213 - Closeup of Seventh Street Span

F-0213 - Closeup of Seventh Street Span

Detailed view of new construction on one span of Seventh Street Bridge--looking north. The original bridge was built in 1910 and the second deck over the original solid arches was added by Merrill Butler, who was the city's chief bridge engineer during the 1920s and was responsible for construction of most of the city's historic bridges still standing. The bridge was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural-Monument in 2008.

Image of F-0232 - North Spring Street Bridge Construction

F-0232 - North Spring Street Bridge Construction

View of construction of North Spring Street Bridge and viaduct from the west bank of the Los Angeles River. In 2008 it was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.

Image of F-0434 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

F-0434 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

Fletcher Drive Bridge, looking upstream from stream bed of Los Angeles River

Image of F-0225 - Dayton Avenue Bridge

F-0225 - Dayton Avenue Bridge

Dayton Avenue Vidaduct and bridge. Cenering of Main span from downstream point in stream bed. This concrete bridge replaced the earlier Dayton Avenue Bridge bult in 1903. The new bridge was later renamed the Riverside Drive-Dayton Avenue Bridge, alternately called the Riverside Drive-Figueroa Bridge, when Dayton Avenue was renamed North Figueroa as a continuation of original Figueroa Street. The bridge was completed in 1928, and was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-0226 - Construction of Dayton Avenue Bridge

F-0226 - Construction of Dayton Avenue Bridge

Concrete depositing tower and chute on Dayton Avenue Bridge, from constructed position on east bank. This concrete bridge replaced the earlier Dayton Avenue Bridge bult in 1903. The new bridge was later renamed the Riverside Drive-Dayton Avenue Bridge, alternately called the Riverside Drive-Figueroa Bridge, when Dayton Avenue was renamed North Figueroa as a continuation of original Figueroa Street. The bridge was completed in 1928, and was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-0431 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

F-0431 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

Fletcher Drive Bridge, close view looking norwesterly from downstream on southerly bank of Los Angeles River

Image of F-0432 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

F-0432 - Fletcher Drive Bridge

Fletcher Drive bridge, looking downstream from northerly bank levee above bridge

Image of F-0920 - Macy Street Bridge

F-0920 - Macy Street Bridge

Macy Street Bridge, close-up of the arch showing a pilaster, from the easterly bank upstream. Macy Street Bridge is one of a group of 12 river bridges significant for their role in the transportation history of Los Angeles and their association with Chief Engineer Merrill Butler, a major bridge designer of the era. The Macy Street crossing provided a high water, unimpeded crossing for access to the city from the northern and eastern sections of the rapidly developing city. Macy Street is currently Cesar E. Chavez Avenue. Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument designagted 1979.

Image of F-0921 - Macy Street Viaduct

F-0921 - Macy Street Viaduct

Macy Street viaduct, general view from the westerly bank downstream, looking northerly. Macy Street Bridge is one of a group of 12 river bridges significant for their role in the transportation history of Los Angeles and their association with Chief Engineer Merrill Butler, a major bridge designer of the era. The Macy Street crossing provided a high water, unimpeded crossing for access to the city from the northern and eastern sections of the rapidly developing city. Macy Street is currently Cesar E. Chavez Avenue. Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument designagted 1979.

Image of F-1109 - General view of Spring Street Viaduct

F-1109 - General view of Spring Street Viaduct

General view of Spring Street Viaduct, looking north from Macy Street Bridge. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-1111 - Spring Street Viaduct

F-1111 - Spring Street Viaduct

Spring Street Viaduct, a view from the east bank of the Los Angeles River, looking northwest. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-1117 - Sepulveda Boulevard Bridge

F-1117 - Sepulveda Boulevard Bridge

Sepulveda Boulevard Bridge, looking toward Los Angeles

Image of F-1125 - Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct

F-1125 - Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct

Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, view from north end of bridge looking southwest from Pacific Electric Tracks. Western Brick Company Truck in foreground. The Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct and bridge is 56 ft-wide, 1,340 feet long and features a series of thirteen concrete arches. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1976, the bridge was designed by Merrill Butler who was the city's chief bridge engineer during the 1920s and was responsible for construction of most of the city's historic bridges still standing.

Image of F-1131 - Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge

F-1131 - Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge

Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge, greasing forms for sidewalk work at east end. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-1133 - Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge

F-1133 - Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge

Fourth Street and Lorena Street Bridge finishing base of pilaster. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-1142 - Spring Street Viaduct

F-1142 - Spring Street Viaduct

Spring Street Viaduct, close-up view from west bank downstream. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.

Image of F-1364 - Fletcher Drive

F-1364 - Fletcher Drive

Fletcher Drive, paving completed, Pacific Electric Railway trestle and bridge over Los Angeles River.

Image of F-1477 - Olympic Boulevard Bridge

F-1477 - Olympic Boulevard Bridge

Olympic Boulevard Bridge from east bank looking upstream. Formerly known as Ninth Street Bridge. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2008.