Sixth Street Bridge

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Roberto Clemente Bridge
... The Roberto Clemente Bridge, also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, spans the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States ... The Sixth Street Bridge that we see today is not the original Sixth Street Bridge ... In 1859, the first Sixth Street Bridge was built by John Roebling which built this bridge as his third and final bridge ...
Coraopolis Bridge - The Sixth Street Bridges - Third Sixth Street Bridge
... The third Sixth Street Bridge was designed by the nationally-significant engineer Theodore Cooper (1839–1919) ... This bridge has been identified as the last surviving structure entirely designed by Cooper, whose involvement extended even to such details as the bridge's handrail, lamps, and fascia ... The third Sixth Street Bridge, like most roadway river bridges in the 19th century, was privately built and operated as a toll crossing ...
Coraopolis Bridge - Moving The Sixth Street Bridge To Coraopolis
... The 1892 Sixth Street Bridge (as described above, a pair of camelback Pratt trusses and the third bridge built in this location) had a second chance ... and Neville Island to make way for the current Sixth Street Bridge structure ...

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