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Weirt on-Steubenville Bridge (Ft. Steuben Bridge)
This six-lane concrete and steel, cable-stayed bridge, with cables suspended from a single A-frame tower, provides a handsome and dramatic silhouette across the Ohio River. The bridge, West Virginia's second example of the type (after the East End Bridge in Huntington) ( HU47) was designed by the same Washington State engineers.
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