• The Memphis Bridge, May 24, 1894

    The Memphis Bridge (now called the Frisco Bridge) was one of the longest railroad bridges in the world when it opened on March 12, 1892. Designed by George S. Morison, the bridge helped transform Memp…

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  • The Memphis Bridge: General view, January 27, 1891

    An early stage of the construction of the Memphis Bridge.

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  • The Memphis Bridge: East Portal, May 23, 1894

    The Memphis Bridge (now called the Frisco Bridge) was one of the longest railroad bridges in the world when it opened on March 12, 1892. Designed by George S. Morison, the bridge helped transform Memp…

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  • The Memphis Bridge: Group portrait

    This group portrait of thirteen men appears at the beginning ot the book, Views Showing Progress of Erection, Bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tenn. 1891-2. Five men are identified on the…

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  • The Memphis Bridge: North Casting Pier I

    The Memphis Bridge (now called the Frisco Bridge) was one of the longest railroad bridges in the world when it opened on March 12, 1892. Designed by George S. Morison, the bridge helped transform Memp…

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  • Erecting Anchorage Span, April 3, 1891

    An early stage of the construction of the Great Mississippi River Bridge.

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