Eads Bridge Gets $36 Million Facelift

5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project 5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project 5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge on 5/22/12 (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge on 5/22/12 (KMOX/Brett Blume)
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project 5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project 5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project
Eads Bridge Project
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project 5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
5/22/12-Metro officials announced Tuesday that work will soon begin on a $36 million rehabilitation project on the Eads Bridge, the first major restoration of the historic span since it opened July 4, 1874. Work is expected to cause little disruption to either vehicle traffic or MetroLink trains, and should wrap up by the fall of 2015. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Eads Bridge Project
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