The 1920s City Beautiful movement ended with a spectacular entrance to the city from the east, with a seventeen-arch bridge rising over the rail yards of the industrial city. It is faced in limestone and terminated by 145-foot-high columns surmounted by heraldic American eagles.
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Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge
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