Browse Items (38 total)

  • Subject is exactly "Bridges"

Unknown houses, road, and bridge

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-9036.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900-1909
Possibly a photograph for a legal case or of a crime scene

Ninth Street Bridge, Chester, north side

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8179-7.jpg
Date: 1902-03-04
Probably photographed in support of a legal case involving an incident at this location.

Ninth Street Bridge, Chester, south side, far view

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8179-6.jpg
Date: 1902-03-04
Probably photographed in support of a legal case involving an incident at this location.

Ninth Street Bridge, Chester, end view

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8179-5.jpg
Date: 1902-03-04
Probably photographed in support of a legal case involving an incident at this location.

Ninth Street Bridge, Chester, southeast end

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8179-3.jpg
Date: 1902-03-04
Probably photographed in support of a legal case involving an incident at this location.

Ninth Street Bridge, Chester , north side

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8179-2.jpg
Date: 1902-03-04
Probably photographed in support of a legal case involving an incident at this location.

Rowlandville railroad bridge no. 64, north side

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8143.jpg
Date: 1901-07-20
Crosses Octoraro Creek in Cecil County, Maryland, close to the Susquehanna River.

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, top, over railroad

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8052.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, over railroad, overhead cut

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8051.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Rowlandville O.H. Bridge, over railroad, south side,

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8050.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
O.H. may mean overhead

Angora railroad bridge, diagonal

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8028.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
This bridge crossed a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Angora railroad bridge, top

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8027.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
Location is approximate. This bridge crosses a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Angora railroad bridge, Flat

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8026.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
Location is approximate. This bridge crosses a small stream called Thomas Run, in West Philadelphia. The stream was buried in a sewer by the early 20th century and the railroad now crosses this valley at grade.

Drawbridge over creek, open

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8021-2.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly Chester Creek or Crum Creek

Drawbridge over creek, closed

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8021-1.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly Chester Creek or Crum Creek

Drawbridge over creek, open

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8020-1.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly Chester Creek or Crum Creek

Bridge over single-track railroad

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8020.jpg
Address: Not Known
Date: 1900 (circa)
Possibly in Chester Heights, Pa.