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City's Bridges Provide a Vital Link to Our Heritage
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TitleCity's Bridges Provide a Vital Link to Our Heritage
AbstractArticle describes the architectural signifigance of several Kansas City bridges, including the Hannibal, ASB, Broadway, and Paseo. Also mentioned is the Pencoyd Bridge, an 1892 structure orignally located just east of 2nd Street and Broadway; in January, 2006, the Pencoyd Bridge was moved across downtown Kansas City to serve as a pedestrian bridge linking Union Station and the Crossroads Arts District.
NotesThe Kansas City Star, June 28, 2006, B1:2, carries a picture of the Pencoyd Bridge being put in place. Built in 1892, the bridge was moved in January from the River Market area.
DateJanuary 22, 2006
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Bridges
PageG8:1-6
Local SubjectBroadway Bridge
Hannibal Bridge (second)
Architecture
Bridges
ASB Bridge
Paseo Bridge
Pencoyd Bridge
Howard Needles Tammen and Bergendoff (HNTB)
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID215250
CONTENTdm number29285
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