Some articles on concrete, rigid frame, concrete rigid frame:
... Concrete with cast-concrete ornament ... Double-arched rigid frame steel span resting on steel center piers ... Concrete cast to suggest rusticated masonry ...
... Beal Slough Bridge 1937 1992-06-29 Lincoln Lancaster Concrete rigid frame bridge Bell Bridge 1903 1992-06-29 Valentine Cherry Pratt through truss Berry State Aid Bridge 1920, 1921 1992-06-29 ... through truss Bridge 1912 1992-06-29 Nebraska City Otoe Concrete spandrel arch Bridge 1876 1992-06-29 Lorton Otoe Bowstring pony arch-truss Bridge 1911 1992-06-29 Royal Antelope Kingpost pony truss ... Warren pony truss Bridge 1908 1992-06-29 Stratton Hitchcock Reinforced concrete slab Brownson Viaduct 1942 1992-06-29 Brownson Cheyenne Timber stringer ...
... Boulder Creek Bridge 1953 2003-03-11 Boulder Boulder Concrete slab and girder Bridge No ... Bridge 1923 2001-10-12 Colorado Springs El Paso cantilevered concrete girder D RG Narrow Gauge Trestle 1880 !ca ... Vrain Creek Bridge 2002-10-15 Lyons Boulder Concrete rigid frame Plum Bush Creek Bridge 2002-10-15 Last Chance Washington Concrete rigid frame Portland Bridge ...
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Actually, no concrete object lies outside of the poetic sphere as long as the poet knows how to use the object properly.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)
“We are beginning a new era in our government. I cannot too strongly urge the necessity of a rigid economy and an inflexible determination not to enlarge the income beyond the real necessities of the government.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)