|Description||Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, looking south from the north end of cut. Construction work. The Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct and bridge completed in 1928 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.|
|Place||Atwater Village; Los Angeles|
|Event||Construction of Glendale-Hyperion viaduct|
|Collection||Los Angeles City Archives Department of Engineering Historical Photos|
|Provenance||City of Los Angeles Department of Engineering|
|Cataloged by||Sklar, Anna|
|Copyright||Los Angeles City Archives, City Clerk|
|Photographer||Los Angeles City Engineering Staff|
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments
Glendale-Hyperion Bridge (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Hyperion Avenue (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Silver Lake (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Atwater Village (Los Angeles, Calif.).