|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Photograph. Sepia-toned photo showing the construction of a railroad bridge over the Rouge River. Printed text in the lower right corner of the photo shows "M.C.R.R.; River Rouge Bascule; May 12, 1919. The view looks northeastward along the existing railroad tracks with caissons #1 and #2 on the right side of the tracks and caissons #3 and #4 on the left. Construction cranes, equipment, and temporary buildings are located on both sides of the tracks. Also, a temporary concrete mixing plant can be seen to the left of the railroad tracks. Several factory buildings are visible in the left background and a large railroad yard can be seen in the right background area.|
James, Warren B.
|Photographer||W. B. James|
|Print size||4.75" x 6.75"|
River Rouge Conrail Bridge
New York Central Railroad Bridge
M.C.R.R. River Rouge Bascule Bridge