Bartle Hall Pylons

The Bartle Hall Pylons are four, approximately 335-foot, concrete and steel columunar structures that support steel cables that suspend Bartle Hall Convention Center above Truman Road and Interstate highway I-670 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The pylons are topped by four sculptures that are part of the city's skyline.

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