Douglass-Anthony Bridge

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bridge1.jpgFinished bridge as seen from Corn Hill Landing, 8-2008

The Douglass-Anthony Bridge (sometimes called the "Freddie-Sue Bridge" 1) is the bridge built between 2004 and 2007 to replace the old Troup-Howell Bridge. Its full name is the Frederick Douglass-Susan B. Anthony Memorial Bridge and was so designated following the completion of construction. Most folks probably still use the old name.

The bridge has received numerous awards, including national recognition from the Federal Highway Administration for its design in March 2009.



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2007-10-24 22:09:00   Aren't the cables on it fake? As in they're just for decoration, not really functional? I think I read that somewhere. —JoannaLicata

2007-10-30 22:57:02   If the cables were just for decoration then the arches would be also. In fact, the cables are the means by which the arches hold up the roadway. See [WWW]the description on the project website. —MarkJackson

2008-01-21 12:16:41   Cool bridge. —JoeLee

2009-04-19 23:07:55   Love this bridge. —NickCassaro

2009-07-28 00:12:58   does look a lot better than the old troup-howell bridge —JohnJoseph