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    • High Level Bridge

    • Bridges; High Level Bridge
    • "High Level Bridge. The largest double deck reinforced concrete bridge in the world connects Superior and Detroit Avenues. Its center span, 95 feet above the lake level, is of nickel steel. Length of bridge, 2,880 ft.; width, 81 1/2 ft.;and cost...
    • High Level Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The largest double deck reinforced concrete bridge in the world connects Superior Avenue and Detroit Avenue. Its center span 95feet above the lake level, is of nickel steel. Length of the bridge, 2,880 ft.; width, 8 1/2 ft. and cost 5,407,000. The...
    • Views of high level freight terminal

    • New York Central Railroad; Broadway Ave.; Orange Ave.; Cleveland Union Terminal; Cleveland and Youngstown Railroad Co.; Referendums
    • "Orange Ave. front of the high level freight terminal, already in operation and the first unit in the projected improvement; Broadway and E. 15th. front of same high level freight terminal."--card front.
      Part of folded postcard set.
    • High Level Bridge looking east

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges; Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "High Level Bridge looking east showing Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio." --card front. "The High Level Bridge connects Superior Ave. and Detroit Ave. and is the main connecting bridge between the east and west sides of Cleveland. In the distance...
    • Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge, Cleveland, O.

    • Bridges; Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "High Level Bridge showing Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio. The High Level Bridge connects Superior Avenue and Detroit Avenue and is the main connecting bridge between East and West Sides of Cleveland. In the distance is the 52 story Terminal...
    • High Level Bridge and Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Terminal Tower (Cleveland, Ohio); Bridges; Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The High Level Bridge is the largest reinforced concrete bridge in the world. The center span, made of nickel steel, is 591 ft. long. The bridge is 2,880 ft. long, 8 1/2 ft. wide, and was built at a total cost of $5,407,000
    • High Level Bridge Looking West, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Main Avenue Bridge; B & O Railroad Bridge; Flats; Cuyahoga River; Bridges; Rivers; Main Avenue Viaduct (Cleveland, Ohio); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • High level Bridge is the largest double-deck bridge in the world. The lower deck has a span for six street car tracks and the upper deck is for pedestrians. In the background can be seen lake, breakwaters, piers, lighthouses of the shipping in...
    • New High Level Bridge

    • Bridges; High Level Bridge; Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); Veterans Memorial Bridge (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Cleveland Sixth City Adopts Kreolite Lug Wood Blocks for Prominent Thoroughfares including Euclid Avenue" "New High Level Bridge. Paved with Kreolite Lug Wood Blocks Grade of Pavement 3.17%" -- card front.
    • High Level Bridge looking east

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge, looking east, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge

    • Detroit-Superior Bridge (Cleveland); High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge. This bridge, spanning the Cuyahoga River near Public Square, links the east and west sides of Cleveland. Terminal Tower is in the distance." --card verso.
    • High Level Bridge at night

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges; Night
    • "High Level Bridge at night, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card verso. Cleveland was sometimes called the Fifth City because it was, for a time, the fifth most populous city in the United States.
    • High Level Bridge looking west

    • High Level Bridge; Bridges
    • "High Level Bridge looking west, Cleveland, Fifth City." --card front. Cleveland was at times called the Fifth City because it was, until the mid-1920s, the fifth most populous city in the United States.

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