Winter St. Bridge


The follow are several photos I've taken of the current Winter St. Bridge in Delaware. The old bridge was closed to both vehicles and pedestrians for almost
four years (1983-87) till Delaware city decided to replace it. It took a year for construction and once completed, was dedicated as the above name.

Unlike recent bridges built in the last 5 years, when the Winter St bridge was rebuilt, they used the old brick bridge supports.

For whatever the reason, on the outside of the pedestrian barrior, the concrete is grooved like a comb went through it before it dried. None of the other bridges in Delaware are like this.

Page created on March 11, 2004

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