Outer Drive Bridge

bascule bridge in Chicago

The Outer Drive Bridge, also known as the Link Bridge, was started in 1929 and completed in 1937 as one of the Public Works Administration's public projects in Chicago.[1]

Outer Drive Bridge
The double-decker Outer Drive Bridge across the Chicago River
Coordinates41°53′18″N 87°36′51″W / 41.8884°N 87.6141°W / 41.8884; -87.6141
CarriesMotor vehicles, pedestrians
CrossesChicago River
LocaleChicago
Characteristics
DesignDouble-leaf, double-deck, fixed counterweight, trunnion bascule bridge
Location
Map

References

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  1. "Dedication of the Outer Drive Bridge: Aerial View". Retrieved 2 June 2011.

Other websites

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  Media related to Link Bridge (Lake Shore Drive) at Wikimedia Commons