Moving Lewis & Clark

The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Section one of "The Captains Return" statue is lifted by crane to a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Section one of "The Captains Return" statue is lowered by crane onto a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Workers climb on section two of "The Captains Return" statue before it is lifted by crane to a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Section two of "The Captains Return" statue is lifted by crane from its base to a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Workers secure "The Captains Return" statue onto a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
A pile of river mud is all that remains on the base where the statue "The Captains Return" once stood on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Workers lower section two of "The Captains Return" statue onto a flatbed truck on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
The Captains Return statue is moved off of St. Louis riverfront
Workers climb onThe Captains Return" statue before a crane lifts it from its base on the St. Louis Riverfront in St. Louis on April 17, 2014. The statue depicting the landing of explorers Lewis and Clark is being moved to higher ground after eight years of constant flooding and mud erosion. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

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